Monday, December 8, 2014

The Year's Best Crime Fiction [2014]

It's that time of year again when 'best of' lists start popping up around the internet and various bookish publications. I love this time of year as it's great to reflect on the new reads the year brought us and take a look at what's to come. 

Like always I plan on posting multiple 'best of' bookish lists for 2014; the first being the best crime fiction that was published anew in 2014. 

This list won't feature many best sellers as I tend to gravitate towards indie titles and hidden gems, though some will be recognisable to the masses. 

In no particular order (click on the links below the covers for reviews): 

A Swollen Red Sun  Cop Town  Salaryman Unbound

The Forgotten Addiction  Crashing Through Mirrors  The Genuine Imitation Plastic Kidnapping

The Cost of Doing Business  Cold in July  Origin (Wolf Creek, #1)

*movie-tie in edition. 

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