By Jane Harper
This is a mystery family drama set in outback Queensland. Nathan’s brother is found dead amid mysterious circumstances. Nathan attempts to make sense of this while dealing with his own personal demons. This family tragedy has the harsh outback as a backdrop.
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By Ann Cleeves
These books inspired the BBC series “Shetland” featuring DI Jimmy Perez. An enjoyable murder mystery that kept me guessing until the end. The characters are well developed and the plot is well thought out.
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By Jane Harper
This book is set in country Australia with lots of shady characters with something to hide. All these secrets come together by the end for a fantastic conclusion.
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Robert Goddard’s thrillers usually involve the lead character gradually uncovering a conspiracy which has been kept secret for a long time. His fast-paced plots have many unexpected twists that make enjoyable reading.
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By Michael McGuire
A fast paced and engrossing read. The aviation world is brought to their knees after 4 passenger jet liners disappear. Halfway through the story an unexpected dark twist that will keep you reading and thinking about your next flight. Not for the fainthearted.
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By Candice Fox
If you haven’t read the first in this series (Crimson Lake) do yourself a favour and listen to the audio book narrated by Euan Morton. That got me hooked , and now I can’t get enough of Ted Conkaffey, who isn’t the bad guy everyone thinks he is & the just plain crazy Amanda Pharrel.
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By Ben Aaronovitch
The Rivers of London series by Ben Aaronovitch begins with Rivers of London aka Midnight Riot (US publication).
Constable Peter Grant, after getting eyewitness information from a ghost ends up studying magic as a way to solve crime.
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