My Best Crime/Thriller/Mystery Reads of 2017

This is always such a difficult decision to make but the best thing to do is just start, start listing… here goes; in no particular order my best Crime Fiction/Thriller/Mystery reads of 2017 are:

Flight Path – Ian Andrew

The Burden of Lies – Richard Beasley

Wimmera – Mark Brandi

The Child Finder –  Renee Denfield

Her – Garry Disher

The Girls in Kellers Way – Megan Goldin

Too Easy – J M Green

The Golden Child – Wendy James

Broken Bones – Angela Marsons

I See You – Clare Macintosh

The Last Act of Hattie Hoffman (aka Everything You Want Me to Be) – Mindy Mejia

The Right Side – Spencer Quinn

Two Nights – Kathy Reichs

The Bird Watcher – William Shaw

The Good Daughter – Karin Slaughter

Fatal Crossing (Nora Sand #1) – Lone Theils

And the Fire Came Down – Emma Viskic

 

Did any of these make it on to your reading shelves last year? There were so many great reads last year the list could have gone on an on.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sisters in Crime 2017 Davitt Award Winners

WOW!!! I am over the moon that a few of my most enjoyable reads won awards – congratulations to all!

Cath Ferla was awarded the Davitt for best debut book for Ghost Girls (Bonnier Publishing Australia)

Ghost Girls

 

Megan Norris

Megan Norris won the Davitt for Non-Fiction for Look What You Made Me Do, Fathers Who Kill  (Bonnier Publishing Australia)

 

The Dry

The Dry (Pan Macmillan) by Melbourne author Jane Harper took out two awards at Sisters in Crime’s 17th Davitt Awards for best crime books by women on Saturday night (26 August) at Melbourne’s Thornbury Theatre. Her debut novel won Davitts for Best Adult Novel and Readers’ Choice, as judged by the 600 members of Sisters in Crime.

 

Check out the full list of winners here:  https://www.sistersincrime.org.au/jane-harpers-the-dry-double-winner-at-sisters-in-crimes-17th-davitt-awards-for-best-crime-books/