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Monday, January 08, 2007

The Crime Year Ahead In Australia

Well, it's a whole new year and there's a whole buncha books just begging to be picked up and devoured...or at least read to within an inch of their lives. Here's what we've got to look forward to so far.

And Hope To Die by J.M. Calder

Chain of Evidence by Gary Disher (the 4th in the Hal Challis series)
Company by Max Barry
An Easeful Death by Felicity Young

Shattered by Gabrielle Lord (the 4th Gemma Lincoln thriller)
Cherry Pie by Leigh Redhead (the 3rd Simone Kirsch PI novel)
The End of the World by Paddy O'Reilly (an anthology of short stories)
The Raw Shark Texts by Stephen Hall

Punk by Jane R. Goodall
Sucked In by Shane Maloney (the looooong-awaited next Murray Whelan novel)
Amongst the Dead by Robert Gott (the 3rd William Power mystery)
The Night Ferry by Michael Robotham (the 3rd thriller in a lossley linked series)

Vodka Doesn't Freeze by Leah Giarrantano
All Those Bright Crosses by Ross Duncon

Patriot Act by James Phelan (the sequel to Fox Hunt)
Tequila Bikini by Kirsty Brooks
Beijing Conspiracy by Adrian d'Hage
Bright Air by Barry Maitland (this is Maitland's first non-Brock & Kolla book)

Golden Crescent by Mark Abernathy

The Authoress by Kate Morton
The Storm Prophet by Hector MacDonald
...and, by all reports, a new one from Peter Temple

I'm in the dying chapters of And Hope To Die and can give it two big thumbs up for lovers of heart-pounding thrillers.

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