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    Esther’s Children

    There are many stories of war heroes in different roles and guises. This Historical Fiction, from Caroline Beecham, Esther’s Children, is about a woman called […]

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    WAKE

    It’s now nineteen years since the kidnapping of 9 year old golden child Evelyn McCreery from the fictional, drought stricken isolated township of Nannine in […]

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    Rising Dust

    Fleur McDonald’s latest murder mystery Rising Dust opens with two men speaking, one in Indonesian and one translating into English; a woman realising she may […]

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    Little Nothings

    Little Nothings is captivating in an intriguing way. One can’t help but reflect on their own relationships with close friends and the vital role they […]

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    The Good Captain

    Futuristic and perhaps all too real as the world still rushes headlong into climate crisis, Sean Rabin takes a somewhat cynical and almost satirical look […]

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    Those Who Return

    Not only has one boy disappeared but now another has been murdered; both are residents at Hatchery House which had a chequered past as an […]

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    Sea Change

    Sea Change is the second book in the Castleby Series from JM Simpson. As such the storyline begins in a slightly complex manner which indicates […]

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    The Traitor’s Empire

    Following on from the Traitors Reliquary, the uprising is over, the Hydra is dead and it is time to try and reassemble from the devastation, […]

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    The Nurses’ War

    The Nurses’ War is a powerhouse of a story in many ways. What makes it a special Historical Fiction is that Victoria Purman has connections […]

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    Twelve Secrets

    Secrets are indeed dangerous things; some are more deadly than others. How many secrets can the small fictitious towns of Haddley and St Marnham, where […]

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    A Family of Strangers

    Setting A Family of Strangers in a small town in Tasmania means that author Fiona Lowe is in her element as she has a deep […]

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    Exit .45

    Ben Sanders has written two previous books in the Marshall Grade series with his trademark style of writing bringing his stories to the notice of […]

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    Permafrost

    Short stories as a collection are always interesting; sometimes they just fit the bill perfectly when there is limited time to spend reading. Permafrost from […]

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    Dressed By Iris

    Mary–Anne O’Connor confirms that Dressed By Iris is an Historical-almost Fiction tale. The setting is Sydney and surrounds, beginning in the 1930’s. It is an […]

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    My Brother Ben

    Beautifully written My Brother Ben from award winning Peter Carnavas is a wonderful, heart-warming story about brotherly love, birds and growing up which is an […]

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    The Way From Here

    Secrets within families have a strange way of eventually surfacing. Sometimes they are acknowledged and dealt with, sometimes they lie beneath the surface and fester […]

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    The Fields

    The discovery of a mutilated body of a young woman in a cornfield causes both concern and excitement in a quiet rural community in Idaho.  […]

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    Dead Horse Gap

    Dead Horse Gap sees Lee Christine returning to the Snowy Mountains once again, this time to investigate the death of a pilot on the remote […]

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