1 April 2014

What I read in March 2014

Crime Fiction Pick of the Month 2014
Lots of good well-crafted reading this month.
Five Australian authors** for you to find.
  1. 4.6, VISITATION STREET, Ivy Pochoda
  2. 4.5, BLOOD SECRET, Jaye Ford** 
  3. 4.7, SAINTS OF THE SHADOW BIBLE, Ian Rankin
  4. 4.4, DEATH BY BEAUTY, Gabrielle Lord **
  5. 4.6, THE MINOR ADJUSTMENT BEAUTY SALON, Alexander McCall Smith
  6. 4.8, FATAL IMPACT, Kathryn Fox**
  7. 4.4, DRIVE BY, Michael Duffy**
  8. 4.8, DEAD CAT BOUNCE, Peter Cotton** 
My pick of the month is Peter Cotton's DEAD CAT BOUNCE but only by a narrow margin from FATAL IMPACT by Kathryn Fox

Synopsis (Scribe)

A federal election campaign is thrown into chaos when a popular government minister goes missing and then turns up dead on the shores of Lake Burley Griffin.

With Detective Darren Glass and the Australian Federal Police on the case, the investigation into the minister’s murder quickly becomes entangled in a game of high-stakes politics. And all the while, the body count mounts.

Glass’s suspects include some of the most powerful people in the land. With the nation in shock and wanting answers fast, Glass has to negotiate a murky world of shifting allegiances, half-truths, and finger pointing, where everyone has a motive for murder.

And no one is safe — not even the prime minister. As election day nears, Glass risks everything for a breakthrough in the case, and his life is soon hanging by a thread. But if he thought he’d hit rock bottom, he was wrong … See My Take

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Both of your top picks sound great, Kerrie.


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