Murder, crime and thrills in the CSU Library

Snuggle up this winter with a crime novel from the CSU Library. Recommended goodies include:

Doctored evidence by Donna Leon (great series set in Venice)
The minotaur by Barbara Vine
Thirteen steps down by Ruth Rendell
Cold is the grave: an Inspector Banks mystery by Peter Robinson (great series)
Ricochet by Paula Gosling
The Stranger House by Reginald Hill (stunning, fantastic read)
A murder is announced by Agatha Christie (DVD) (good fun and intriguing)
The twelfth card: a Lincoln Rhyme novel by Jeffery Deaver
Lethal intent by Quintin Jardine.
The man who smiled by Henning Mankell (a real page-turner)
Fleshmarket Close by Ian Rankin (Rankin keeps getting better)
A cold treachery by Charles Todd (great read)
Murder on the Leviathan by Boris Akunin
Wire in the blood. Justice painted blind (DVD) (chilling)
Murder in Montparnasse: a Phryne Fisher mystery by Kerry Greenwood; read by Julia Davis (CD)
Murder in Mesopotamia by Agatha Christie (CD)
Blow fly by Patricia Cornwell The murder room by P. D. James (Another superb James novel)
Strong Poison by Dorothy L. Sayers (CD) (classic whodunnit)
Gone for good by Harlen Corben
Dialogues of the dead; or Paronomania! : a word game for two players by Reginald Hill (fantastic puzzle, great read)
Dark Paradise by Tami Hoag

Note: most of the Library’s large collection of crime novels has been donated by crime and mystery devotees amongst the Library team. Enjoy! Check the Library catalogue for location details and other titles by these authors.