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    The Last Reunion

    Kayte Nunn has written an excellent story in The Last Reunion to bring to light an almost unknown group of women. Australian, English, and Indian […]

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    The Healthy Skin Kitchen

    For anyone who has suffered through a skin allergy or is permanently afflicted with eczema, dermatitis, leaky gut or some sort of intolerance to modern […]

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    The Long, Long Afternoon

    Set in an affluent white neighbourhood of the post war America 1950’s during the endless days of a hot California summer, housewife Joyce Haney vanishes. […]

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    Wolfboy

    As everyone knows when you get hungry, very, very hungry, you sometimes turn into a Monster who is ready to eat just about anything that […]

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    Something to Hide

    Following on from Red Dirt Country, Something to Hide finds Dave Burrows at a crisis point in his life, or should one say another crisis […]

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    A Week to Remember

    A Week to Remember  from Esther Campion is certainly reminiscent of Maeve Binchy’s style of writing. The story is set in Ireland and the landscape, […]

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    Lightseekers

    Generally crime fiction narratives develop around the notion ‘Who’; however this is not the case with ‘Light Seekers’. Being greatly affected by ‘Aluu Four’; the […]

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    Later

    The cover of Later looks like the front cover of a cheap novel or pot boiler of the 1950’s and ‘60’s, but the storyline is […]

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    A Home Like Ours

    Set in a small town along the Murray River, A Home Like Ours from Fiona Lowe is captivating from the first page. The drama of […]

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    Every Second Tuesday

    Every second Tuesday for more than thirteen years, a group of four people have meet to write; to create stories and poetry  around life in […]

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    While Paris Slept

    When Ruth Druart arrived in Paris in 1993, she was surprised by the number of plaques and monuments displayed for those who died during World […]

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    The Family Doctor

    The recent Women’s March 4 Justice marches around Australia have heightened the awareness of violence again women and the fact that there is still much […]

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    Ruthless Women

    The world of soapie television is one that is addictive, with the shows often running for years and years  in one time slot or another, […]

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    Chasing the McCubbin

    Rich in detail that perfectly captures the essence of life during the 1990’s in Australia, when hard times were felt by many in all walks […]

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    Surrogate

    What a journey Susan Spindler has taken us on! For those who have not had a close connection with anyone going through IVF procedures, Surrogate […]

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    The Smash-Up

    None of us go through life without some struggle and hardships. The struggles portrayed in The Smash Up, as narrated by Ethan, mirror many familiar […]

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