Crime Time’s Top 5 releases of 2018

top 2018

  1. Ling Ma’s debut apocalyptic masterpiece Severance.  A deeply unsettling millennial joyride toward the end of days.
  2. Christian White’s debut psychological thriller The Nowhere Child.  Winner of the prestigious Victorian Premier’s Literary Award White weaves the mystery of a missing child spanning two continents and more than two decades.
  3. Shari Lapena’s An Unwanted Guest has all the hallmarks of a classic Agatha Christie.  10 guests are snowed in waiting for help, all they need to do is survive the night…

  4. Helen Callaghan delivers a psychological detective thriller that leads her protagonist on a journey back in time through her mother’s memoirs in Everything is Lies.

  5. Stephen King delivers yet another banging supernatural crime thriller in  The Outsider.

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1 Comment

  1. Mystery, Crime, Suspense – three of my favorite genres! Adding all 5 of these to my TBR list, and I would have been stunned if Stephen King wasn’t on this list. Let me recommend Spirit of the Fox, http://www.matthewoconnellauthor.com. A friend suggested it to me and it has yet to disappoint. It ties in Japanese folklore, which is a lot cooler than I thought it would be – Matthew O’Connell, the author, does a great job pulling the reader right in and getting you to keep turning pages.

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