Felicity Young

Top Books of 2016 on AustCrimeFiction

This list is of standout reads from 2016, grouped into categories with no attempt whatsoever at an arbitrary number and in no particular order.

Favourite Australian Books (Crime Fiction)



Review - A Donation of Murder, Felicity Young

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Book Title: 
A Donation of Murder
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Author's Home Country: 
Australia
ISBN: 
B01EUBP8MO
Series: 
Dody McCleland
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Category: 
Crime Fiction
Sub Genre: 
Historical
Location: 
London
Publisher: 
Impulse Australia
Year of Publication: 
2016

Review - Flare-Up, Felicity Young

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Book Title: 
Flare-Up
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Author's Home Country: 
Australia
ISBN: 
B0197X52MQ
Series: 
Cam Fraser
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Category: 
Crime Fiction
Location: 
Western Australia
Publisher: 
Harper Collins
Year of Publication: 
2016

October on AustCrimeFiction

October on AustCrime because I'm back getting my act together.

Read / To be Reviewed:

Tell the Truth, Shame the Devil, Melina Marchetta (Aust)

#amreading A Donation of Murder, Felicity Young

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The fifth in the Dody McCleland series - murder, investigation, women's rights and some crossroads for both McCleland and Pike.

From the Blurb:

The fifth in the Dr Dodi McCleland series - Agatha Christie meets Phryne Fisher

#amreading Flare-Up, Felicity Young

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I'm an idiot and I'm now two books from different series by author Felicity Young behind. So last night I tossed a coin to decide which one comes first - Flare-Up it is, to be followed closely by A Donation of Murder.

From the Blurb:

Outback murders, dodgy thieves, organised crime and arson - a small outback community is crackling with nerves, as Cam Fraser investigates.

December on AustCrime

Somewhere in the middle of the month - actually remembered to post some best of's for 2015. Other than that, this is a combination of books read, read and reviewed, and reviews caught up with, because I didn't really keep track of what was what. I was on holidays - from computers and PM tools if nothing else. 

Reviewed in December:

Skin Deep, Gary Kemble (Aust)

The AustCrimeFiction Best of 2015

I'm mathematically challenged at the best of times, and never more so than when greeted by the need to come up with a "list" of a certain number. Okay so that's probably less to do with maths and more to do with a pathological hatred of arbitrary rules. So let's just go with this being the best of list of all the books (currently at 147 or so) that I was fortunate (in the main) to have read in 2015.