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    Girl in Between

    In every lifetime there is a place you would rather not be; a crossroads if you like, of time and place and people. Lucy Crighton […]

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    Troubadour

    Set in Europe during the Middle Ages, Isolde Martyn has woven a magnificent historical fiction throughout a time when to make strategic alliances with neighbouring […]

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    The Midsummer Garden

    There are so many fascinating aspects to this story that most people will find something to keep them reading, eager to discover solutions. There is […]

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    Daughter of Mine

    When a surprise birthday party goes horribly wrong the lives of one of the leading families of Billawaree are about to become public property, tearing […]

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    Country Roads

    A simple tale well told, is well worth the reading and in this latest release from one of Australia’s leading romance writers, the tale of […]

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    Third Time Lucky

    Betrayal, ambition, love and a traditional storyline are all the ingredients to set the scene for the latest heart-warming romance from the much loved Australian […]

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    Sapphire Falls

    As with all Fleur McDonald’s latest books, find a comfortable chair, a good cuppa or glass of wine, close the door, turn off the mobile […]

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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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    Second Chance Town

    Bundah is like many country towns, slowly dying, with many schemes to try and encourage people to return to the country. To date not many […]

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    Indigo Storm

    The subject matter is challenging and beautifully handled by Fleur McDonald, as she wraps the story of a courageous young woman, Ashleigh, about the topical […]

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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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    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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    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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    Night Owls

    Beatrix is a budding artist who misses the train and has to take the ‘all-nighter’ known as the ‘owl bus’ home, finally accepting that as […]

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    The Reluctant Jillaroo

    When Heidi’s twin Harper crashes over her skateboard and wrecks her knee, she ends up in hospital rather than on the bus to Jillaroo camp […]

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    Chance Developments

    How many times in our lives have we come across a collection of old sepia toned photographs and wondered just who they were, what made […]

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    Tallowood Bound

    Erin McAllister returns to the small rural community of Tallowood to care for her elderly grandmother. She grew up in the loving care of her […]

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    The Enchanted Island

    Maeve O’Brien is a lady who has to put it mildly lost her way in life, somehow becoming enmeshed in the brittle world of Botox, […]

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    The Japanese Lover

    Reading a book by Allende is like looking at a multi-faceted jewel. Each facet takes you on a different path, with light and shade, joy […]

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