It was one of the book stores at the Sydney Airport actually. Ironically it had a really small crime fiction, yet there was Nesbo.
On the plus side, my favourite online store - Booktopia - does tend to keep his stuff in stock.
Yet more and more reasons why I'm moving towards online shopping and ebooks.
Where the Bodies are Buried by Chris(topher) Brookmyre who has allegedly gone to a straight crime fiction book. So far I'm really enjoying it.
Just started THE FALL, book II in THE STRAIN TRILOGY, immediately after reading THE STRAIN (book I), written by Guillermo del Toro & Chuck Hogan. Not a crime fiction series per say (at all?) but a lot fun. I'm really enjoying it, and the change of pace from my usual reading
Fatal Destiny - a Grace deHaviland Novel
SUN AND SHADOW, by Aki Edwardson--- A good one, a little quirky. There are multiple strands which are not
apparently connected, with shifting points of view. Nothing much happens; the first crime doesn't occur until page 113, when the police detective has his pocket picked. Reader is sucked into the pace of the book, and then the major crime occurs. I had read an earlier one of Edwardson's; this one's better.
THE COMPLAINTS, by Ian Rankin. Usual quality.
Started Graham Hurley's series about a police detective in Portsmouth, UK. So far, so good.
Just finished Nelson DeMille's The Gate House, his usual rollicking read, wisecracking humor mixed with tense situations, an old murder, mafios galore ... sags a bit in the middle (of the 900 pages) but the ending was satisfying in a strange sort of way. Is that a recommendation? I dunno. I you like NDeM you'll love the book.
Meanwhile, I saw The Debt yesterday, love Helen Mirren, interesting movie, highly recommended!
I just finished my first Dennis Lehane book: Darkness Take My Hand. Quite enjoyable and felt like you were small town problems in a big city.