Ashley McKenna, native New Yorker, does favours; sometimes for money, sometimes for whiskey, but always with his trusty steel umbrella in close reach. When the woman Ash loves leaves him a desperate voicemail - a message he hears the morning after she’s murdered - he grips that umbrella and hunts for her killer.
Leif G.W. Persson
Just what do you do to a man who has raped and murdered a young girl when the criminal justice system has no remedy to offer? A modern Scandi-crime take on Arthur Conan Doyle.
Are a series of assaults and the kidnapping of DS Berrisford's niece related, or this something altogether more sinister than it first appears?
Val McDermid has always positioned her DCI Karen Pirie books as standalone. But how many standalones can you write until you’ve written a series? The answer is 4.
Where True Detective meets the Sunshine Coast. A tightly-written thriller in a sinister, humid setting.
Nesbø is back to his best with a gripping and dark Harry Hole thriller. Tinder-users beware, your date may have a thirst for blood.
The dark and intense follow-up to one hell of a debut. ‘A wasteland of shattered people’ and some killer dialogue set in the oppressive heat of an Australian summer.
He's the bad guy that's easy to root for - a master thief with his eyes on the liquid assets of a notorious corporate crook. Wyatt is back, and he was never here.