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    Fool Me Once

    Fool Me Once from much loved Australian author Karley Lane is guaranteed to be the perfect light read for the somewhat unusual times, we all […]

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    The Viennese Girl

    To endure the German invasion of Jersey, islanders needed resilience, fortitude and ingenuity. However, to survive the five years of occupation, Hedy Bercu, a young […]

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    Mammoth

    Reading Mammoth from Chris Flynn was a fantastic way to keep the isolation blues at bay. The narrator’s voice is one I have not heard […]

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    The Paris Secret

    The Paris Secret from Natasha Lester would have to be considered as one of the better historical fictions to date in 2020. The storyline is […]

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    The Lost Jewels

    The Lost Jewels is a story about  a mysterious, 500 piece collection of jewels buried for centauries now known as the Cheapside Hoard. Doing some […]

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    The Familiar Dark

    Single mother Eve’s world collapses when her daughter Junie and her friend Izzy are viciously murdered in the local dilapidated park. Twelve year old Junie […]

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    The Long Road Home

    Fiona McCallum is an expert at getting into the minds of her characters and teasing out emotional issues. She is not afraid to tackle subjects […]

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    Fifty-Fifty

    Author Steve Cavanagh hasn’t disappointed his readers with the fifth book in his Eddie Flynne series. ‘Fifty Fifty’, a legal thriller, launches the reader into […]

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    The Secrets of Strangers

    One random act of violence results in the lives of five strangers becoming unexpectedly intertwined. Sam, rushes into the Tuckbox Café in Balham, London to […]

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    Just an Ordinary Family

    If there is such a thing as a blockbuster of a book, Just An Ordinary Family, Fiona Lowe’s latest family saga, could certainly be considered […]

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    Elephants with Headlights

    Set in India and Australia, this wonderful family saga, Elephants with Headlights is both beautifully written, and evocative, in its story. The descriptive language carries […]

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    Red Dirt Country

    Red Dirt Country returns Dave Burrows to the pages, no further advanced with the mess his personal life has become over recent years. Returning from […]

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    Truths I Never Told You

    Family relationships are at the heart of Truths I Never Told You which is narrated by three women. Kelly Rimmer has cleverly crafted a story […]

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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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