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    The Word

    Intriguing and introspective, William lane has used language to great effect in this somewhat quirky look at the human psyche in all its wonderous flamboyance. […]

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    Where the River Runs

    If you are looking for the perfect excuse to take a lazy day out, the latest outback fiction from Fleur McDonald, Where the River Runs, […]

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    Absolute Proof

    Long before Absolute Proof became a manuscript, Peter James received a phone call from a man claiming to have been given absolute proof of God’s […]

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    The Butcherbird Stories

    The beauty of reading a book of short stories is the range and scope of people, places and plots that evolve. We move smoothly from […]

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    The Spotted Dog

    After an absence from the printed page for several years’ baker extraordinaire and amateur sleuth Corinna Chapman returns with her absolutely gorgeous lover Daniel, who […]

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    The Far-Back Country

    Raw and poignant Kate Lyons lays bare the secrets and violence that lie hidden in many families:  a legacy that saw many leaving their home, […]

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    No Turning Back

    When the body of a young man, Tom, is found on the side of the road and the supposed suicide of Laura, whose body has […]

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    A Spark of Light

    Jodie Picoult has once again plunged the reader into an immediate situation, where lives are in the balance, and the scene is dire. There is […]

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    The Wolf Hour

    The cover of The Wolf Hour has the one liner ‘In Africa you find out who you are – not who you thought you were’, […]

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    The Dinner List

    What would you do if the people you most wanted to have dinner with when you were in University actually turned up at a dinner […]

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    Murder Mile

    A market trader in the town of Peckham has discovered the body of a woman lying face down in an ally. In the bitterly cold […]

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    The Book of Ordinary People

    For those readers who enjoy stories about other people’s lives, this is a gem not to be missed. The characters are real and understandable. For […]

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    The Honourable Thief

    The Honourable Thief is a work of fiction but…” Specific historical events provided a springboard for the story.” Some of these events include the downfall […]

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    Scrublands

    The heat rises off the buildings, the road, and the parched, dry country. The sun is hot, unforgiving in its constant ferocity; from the first […]

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    We Are Not Most People

    In We Are Not most people poet and author Tracy Ryan draws an intriguing concept around the human psyche that captures the very beautiful, but […]

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    The Fighter

    Desperation, darkness and helplessness has been captured with a starkness that is as pervasive as it is intimate in the encapsulation of the very essence […]

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    Miss Burma

    Emotional and enthralling, Miss Burma shines a light directly onto and into the political situation that is sadly all too relevant for many ethnic minorities […]

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    Bohemia Beach

    The author has taken many years to complete this book. She has used personal experiences and passions to compile a story that reflects many issues […]

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    Into the Night

    The Dark Lake was Sarah’s first novel, and she won great acclaim for it. We were introduced to the detective Gemma Woodstock, in a murder […]

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    Bluebottle

    For a psychological thriller to maintain its tension and drama throughout the whole story, it has to be written in the best dramatic prose. This […]

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