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    No Neat Endings

    Life is a series of beginnings and endings no matter what, but sometimes the ending is far from what was anticipated in the beginning. Dominic […]

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    Charlotte Pass

    When a skeleton is discovered on Mount Stillwell, in the remote village of Charlottes Pass, high in the Snowy Mountains, a chain of events was […]

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    Josephine’s Garden

    History provides a abundant backdrop for a wealth of historical fiction with the Empress Josephine, beloved of Napoleon Bonaparte, with her colourful life and lasting […]

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    Darkness for Light

    Caleb Zelic, Private Investigator, just can’t somehow, seem to get it right, as, and despite his best intentions, he believes he has just made the […]

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    Devotion

    Ella is 26, and alone in New York. She has been existing for weeks on alcohol and pastries. Today, she has been given a job. […]

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    Field of Poppies

    Carmel Bird certainly has a way with words as shares a short period of time in Field of Poppies, a time of which many will […]

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    In Darkness Visible

    We meet up with Marin Katich , in another incredibly intricate International political thriller, In Darkness Visible that completes the storyline began by Tony Jones […]

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    Return to Stringybark Creek

    Stringybark Creek and the Callaghan family, are a much-loved component of recent rural novels created by Karley Lane, and are now firmly entrenched in readers […]

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    The Clergyman’s Wife

    Ahhh, it is a marvellous thing to be reintroduced to the characters of Jane Austin through the medium of The Clergyman’s Wife by Molly Greeley. […]

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    Platform Seven

    Platform Seven is Louise Doughty’s ninth novel, a novel in which she delves into the darker side of human behaviour with emphasis on the psyche […]

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    The Great Divide

    The prologue grabs the interest from the very first paragraph and from that point forward, The Great Divide from L.J.M Owen simply must be read […]

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    The Art of Dying

    This most enjoyable Historical Fiction, The Art of Dying, is written by a husband and wife team, under the pseudonym of Ambrose Parry. Chris Brookmyre […]

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    Turn Left at Venus

    To do Turn Left At Venus justice, one must be patient and be prepared to re-read and digest slowly all that you have set before […]

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    Damascus

    One could be forgiven for doing a double-take at seeing the title of this book, Damascus. The author of “The Slap,” has moved a long […]

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    Starting From Now

    Once again, Fleur McDonald has delivered a well-crafted novel wrapped around the very real issue of animal activism in rural areas, looking at the destructive […]

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