Tuesday, July 4, 2017

Midyear Best of Crime Fiction [Published 2017]


2017 has already provided some memorable crime fiction reads. This year, more than others, I've been reading a lot of the newer books (this despite my TBR continuing to overflow) which feels refreshing; I can talk about the hot new book just on or about to be on the shelves with fellow readers rather than playing catch-up (though there's a fair amount of this going on still - such is the life of an avid reader). In no particular order below is my list of the best of a very good bunch with some honorable mentions thrown in:

Little Deaths by Emma Flint (published January) - review HERE

The Girl Who Was Taken by Charlie Donlea (published April) - review HERE

Lola by Melissa Scrivner Love (published March) - review HERE

Crimson Lake by Candice Fox (published January) - review HERE

Marlborough Man by Alan Carter (published June) - review HERE

The Secrets She Keeps by Michael Robotham (to be published in July)  - review HERE

Honorable mentions:



Desperation Road by Michael Farris Smith (published Feb) - review HERE

The Girl in Kellers Way by Megan Goldin (published May) - review HERE

Something For Nothing by Andy Muir (published Feb) - review HERE

2 comments:

  1. Did you know Michael Robotham used to be a ghost writer? He did autobiographies for celebrities, one of whom collected an award for the book and wouldn't even let him look at it. ;-) I guess he's doing fine writing under his own name now.
    Just Finished Reading Ballad For A Mad Girl

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    1. I was aware he used to ghost write, however I wasn't aware about that!

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