Remember when Sarah Hilary’s debut novel Someone Else’s Skin was released to acclaim two years ago? We certainly do. And how quickly the West Country writer has become one of the UK’s leading voices when it comes to psychological crime fiction. Her third novel, Tastes Like Fear, receives our recommendation for its gripping twists, turns and red herrings, as well as its compelling characters. DI Marnie Rome and DS Noah Rome are on the case after a bizarre road accidents leaves four people hospitalised. Was one of the drivers swerving in order to avoid hitting May Beswick, a teenage runaway who hasn’t been seen for three months? And who is this strange character called Harm, who seems to be collecting a family of waifs and strays? Read our full review here.