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    The Wild Laughter

    The Wild Laughter  was released  earlier this year to wide acclaim; the storyline painting  a confronting and  raw look at the human price of recession […]

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    Trust

    Trust, the latest riveting thriller from Chris Hammer takes the issue of trust expanding it out to create a storyline that is all too real, […]

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    The Good Teacher

    The Good Teacher, the second book from acclaimed story teller Petronella McGovern sets the stage for another cliff hanger of a mystery as she takes […]

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    Sorry For Your Trouble

     Sorry for your Trouble is a collection of short, but poignant stories that capture a small schism in time, a time which when viewed in […]

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    Blunt Force

    Jane Tennyson is still smarting badly after being kicked out of the Flying Squad due to a procedural issue; she has been sent to a […]

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    Nothing Can Hurt You

    Sara Morgan, a New York college student was murdered by her schizophrenic boyfriend Blake while in a psychotic episode. Despite the fact that her throat […]

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    The Book of Longings

    Reading this incredible story from a male perspective was far more than interesting, it was amazing, and informative reflecting on a small segment of history […]

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    Bluebird

    The front cover of Bluebird does more than explain the setting. It shows a dated but idyllic scene of an almost deserted beach, with a […]

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    The Great Godden

    Summer love, precious, all-encompassing and often, come the end of summer, devastating. That’s what a happened one summer family holiday at the beach over the […]

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    Ordinary Matter

    Since Marie Curie won the first of her Nobel Prizes in 1903, nineteen other such prizes have been awarded to women. Australian author Laura Elvery […]

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    The Girl in the Mirror

    To have an international bidding war for film rights over your first novel is incredible but is an indication of the power of the storyline […]

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    Why Visit America

    Currently America is faced with many social, political and environmental issues.  Each of the thirteen imaginative stories in Matthew Blake’s unique collection “Why Visit America” […]

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    The Vanishing Sky

    Nazi Germany and the Second World War, for writers of both book and screen, seem to be the gift that just keeps on giving. The […]

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    The Deceptions

    Captivating, heartbreaking and raw the symmetry that is The Deceptions crafts an unforgettable story that is both fascinating and confrontational at the same time. Secrets […]

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    The Silk House

    In every sense, The Silk House seems to have encapsulated the author’s passion for history, weaving and healing. Her enthusiasm for these topics makes the […]

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    Revenge: Murder in Three Parts

    To feel that one hasn’t been given the opportunity to reach one’s full potential, often leads a person to become frustrated and discontented; this certainly […]

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    The McCalister Legacy

    The old saying ‘Never look back’ is true in Berry McCalister’s case. Looking back brings nothing but immense sorrow laced with sadness and although the […]

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    Fair Warning

    Jack McEvoy who first made his appearance in The Scarecrow in 1996 and then in The Poet in 2009, has returned in a chiller thriller […]

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    The Cleaner

    As the first book in a series that was to go on to become very popular, it is an interesting point that the first release of […]

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    The Spin Doctor’s Wife

    Set in Sydney, this fast-paced modern-day story outlines problems and lifestyles that have become a familiar part of our world. The spin doctor was once […]

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    The Dirty South

    For John Connolly fans the series of Charlie Parker thrillers has seen many readers enthralled in the storyline of a crime fighter who will almost […]

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