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    The Last Pearl

    Leah Fleming has written a narrative saga that follows the fortunes of several families over generations, also delving into the pearling industry in Scotland and […]

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    Secret Heiress

     The story commences with Miss Matilda Gregory looking to hire a new maid. Ida Garfield, longing for a chance to escape her go nowhere life […]

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    One

    With sparing use of words Patrick Holland has portrayed the final months of the last two bushrangers in Australia, the Kenniff brothers, Patrick and James […]

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    A Window Opens

    If someone claimed this story as an autobiography, or a piece of non-fiction writing, I’m sure most readers would believe it. The characters are so […]

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    Conductoid

    ‘It’s amazing, when you close your eyes, what you can really see. Initially nothing. Darkness. But if you really try hard, searching into the darkness, […]

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    A Man of Genius

    This historical, romantic novel, is set in Regency England and Venice, during 1816 with the author capturing the period accurately, giving us the sights, sounds […]

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    Too Soon Dead

    This is a wonderful ‘Who Dunn-it’ written in the best of the tradition bringing the world of 1930’s  New York, the years of prohibition, the […]

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    What a Way to Go

    In 1988 Harper Richardson is twelve years old. Her Mum and Dad are divorced and she lives with her Mum. This is her story about […]

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    Hartley’s Grange

    Lily’s life has just hit the dirt, big time. Her long-time boyfriend has been caught read-handed with another woman; she has just quit her job […]

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    All These Perfect Strangers

    “Nothing is ever a clean break.  Everything has threads, even if you cannot see them.” These lines exude from the strongly illustrated front cover of […]

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    How to be Single

    Many little girls grow up with the modelling of a couple of adults in their own home. It is reasonable then to expect that, after […]

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    Jalan Jalan: A Novel of Indonesia

    Harper Gregory Wells otherwise referred to as ‘Newbie’ takes a job as an English teacher in Indonesia without really knowing, or understanding anything about it […]

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    Be Frank with Me

    On the front cover of this book is a sticker that says “Read it. Love it”, and that is exactly what I did. The front […]

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    The North Water

    You can feel the fear; smell the stench of the whaler as she sets out to sea; the hatred and putrid corrosion of the human […]

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    Tidetown

    Floating effortlessly through time and space we are once again reunited with Perch and Carp along with the indomitable Oscar Flowers, who as always is […]

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    All That Is Lost Between Us

    Secrets, lies, first love and tragedy all come together in this wonderful portrayal of a family in crisis; a family with more than one problem […]

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    That Devils Madness

    It is possibly because Dominique grew up in Algeria with her French parents, that she has such an intimate knowledge of the lifestyle and people […]

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