An Australian holiday goes horribly - and hilariously - wrong.
What happens when you take the Mob's chief accountant hostage? Robert Crais' stunning new thriller has the answer.
A thriller which asks some important questions about race.
Fall off a chair laughing at America's funniest export.
A dark, compelling journey into the mind of a tortured father.
A collection of short stories good for a rainy Saturday.
A taut, well-written story of cross and double-cross.
Fairies equipped with stun-guns, bio-bombs, and sophisticated tracking devices? Welcome to Colfer's world!
Grisham's narrative of a little boy's journey through childhood is a marked - and welcome - departure from his usual stomping grounds.
Lehane's compelling new thriller asks important questions about courage, relationships, and morality...and understands that there are no easy answers.
The first outing by James Patterson's new dragonslayer fails to impress.
A vivid picture-portrait of soldiers fighting for their lives in the treacherous mountain terrain of Kashmir.
A complex and moving story of an American family in post-colonial Africa.
Twenty million dollars from the sky? You just know there's gonna be a catch...
A tale of love, murder, intertwined family relationships, and sins reaching far into the past.
What happens when you hit thirty?
The way to a woman's heart is through her stomach. Ask Wally Chubb.
Dick Francis' swan song could have been so much more.
A Rwandan priest, a connected restaurant owner and a stand-up comic thirsting for revenge. Yes, Elmore Leonard's back in town.
An ambitious tale of politics and long-buried secrets.
le Carre is in fine form, with this story of one man's crusade for justice and the woman he loved, but never really knew.
Productivity. Who needs it?
A remarkable book, held together not only by the prowess of the author, but also by the sheer magnitude of the problems it addresses.
The new Jack Ryan novel is slow, but satisfying.
Adrian Mole is back. And he's still a mess.
Set in 1958, Ken Follett's latest delves deep into the worlds of espionage and rocket science.
Blowing things up, Robert Crais style!
More cat-and-mouse suspense, in the new Alex Cross thriller.
A meticulously-plotted, skilfully-woven tapestry of moral and emotional intrigue.
One of the best suspense novels you're likely to read this year.
Lucas Davenport's twelfth outing is a suspense-filled murder mystery that will keep you up all night.
Ludlum's back, with a thriller for the high-tech world of tomorrow.
Nail-biting suspense, a multi-layered plot, and the constant threat of violence combine to create a story that will keep you up all night.
An explosive debut that will keep you up well past bedtime.
Robert Crais' deft touch and clever plot twists will keep you guessing right until the very end.
A comic delight, with brilliantly sketched characters and a plot that keeps surprising you with its manic twists and turns.
Peter Straub's latest chiller is well worth a read!
James Patterson's new supernatural thriller leaves much to be desired.
John Corey returns in another wise-cracking adventure about a terrorist on the loose in America.
High finance, campaign politics and underworld blackmail. What more could you ask for?
An impressive debut by a young author who leaps different literary genres with ease.
A predictable story with stereotypical characters.
An inside look at America's most bankable teen pop star.
Martin Cruz Smith's latest novel is an evocative exploration of Cuba, tied together with a gripping plot.
The prophet of the Space Age speaks out.
The forensic anthropologist comes of age.
David Morrell's latest thriller is disappointingly predictable.
Francis is on another winner with this tale of spies, skulduggery and storms.
Getting there is half the battle won.
A smooth sci-fi yarn with tremendous attention to detail.
The battle between the sexes rages on.
A murder mystery packed with surprises and eccentric characters, and infused with the spirit of Bombay.
The new Alex Delaware novel is worth adding to your collection.
Pinki Virani throws light on the realities of child sexual abuse in India.
Baldacci's latest is a disappointing conspiracy theory with tepid characters.
A fast-paced, well-written story with interesting plot twists and lots of action.
Lecter's out. Can Starling find him before it's too late?
Harry Potter's back...and how!
Clancy fails to hold our attention in this tale of a traitorous scientist and the weapon he possesses.
Information is power. And sometimes, information can kill.
Remarkable psychological penetration and an unusual plot make this novel worth looking at.
Michael Connelly's new thriller is a rollercoaster ride you don't want to leave.
Jeffrey Archer's fourth short story collection is stunning.
Anne Perry's Victorian-era novel does little to hold the reader's interest.
The third book in the Harry Potter series is no less enjoyable than the previous two.
Mario Puzo's last bow is curiously unsatisfying.
A tale of jealousy, love and revenge from one of England's hottest new talents.
Childishly direct in plot and style, this book is still worth a read.
A slow and tiresome read.
James Allen takes a close look at the most controversial figure in Formula One motorsport.
Kinsey Mallhone digs deep into yet another tangled plot.
Grow a pair of wings and nose dive into an enchanting narrative.
Hollywood as Hell? Nah, I must be missing the point...
This time, the butler didn't do it!
Nine short stories that won a Pulitzer. 'Nuff said!
Smug Marrieds, Singletons and Colin Firth can mean only one thing - Bridget's baaaack!
A somewhat convoluted plot drags ths novel down.
Weasel versus dragonslayer? No contest.
The devil is in the details. No really!
Stephen King's new novel is a tour de force about love, life, war and the supernatural.
The spymaster returns with a new novel about a crooked businessman and a son who tries to save him from himself.
Another magical mystery starring one of children's fiction most recent - and endearing - heroes.
Some things just get better with time. Scudder's one of them.
What happens when four con men go head-to-head with the future President of the United States?
There's musical harmony and fluidity in the very motion and movement of Seth's ideas.