Australian Fiction | Wyatt’s World

Just as Nordic novels had their heyday before becoming a reliable source for not-to-miss titles, Australian fiction is having its own moment. These five new novels illustrate how the history of the nation and its changeable locales provide fodder for mysteries, thrillers, and literary fiction.

February 2018 LibraryReads

Get ready to stay up all night reading this month’s LibraryReads. Force of Nature by New York Times bestselling author (who’s the author?) will have you on the edge of your seat in suspense; travel back in time with a mother and daughter as they go on a journey to find themselves in an unforgiving […]

Reading Novels One, Two, Three | Wyatt’s World

Debut novels are delightful because they promise future works to follow. Second books then confirm the hope of the first, while third novels launch a career. Here are five titles that combine such offerings, introducing readers to fresh voices and proving the power of authors who have more to say.

LibraryReads December 2016/January 2017

You will find the December/January LibraryReads list thrilling, with books like Peter Swanson’s Hitchcock-like thriller, a suspense filled murder mystery from Barry Brunonia, and award-winning author Jane Harper’s heart-racing debut mystery.