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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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    Hollow Earth

    If you are a fan of John Kinsella’s you will love this convoluted and yet somehow addictive tale of Hollow Earth, written as a protest […]

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    Bruny

    Bruny is Heather Rose’s eighth book, her fifth adult novel: her last book, The Museum of Modern Love, which took eleven years to write, won […]

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    The Breeding Season

    It is perhaps best if the background of the author, Amanda Niehaus is understood before beginning what could be considered as a dark and traumatic […]

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    Going Under

    Going Under is a really good read, but not for the faint hearted, or those about to undergo hospitalization. The uncomfortable truth is that it […]

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    Silver

    Chris Hammers first work of fiction, Scrublands, burst onto the literary scene is a fast and furious manner hitting the best seller list after only […]

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    Snake Island

    The title and the art work on the cover of this book suggest a Western story, dark and foreboding: it is not. While Snake Island […]

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    The Dirty Dozen

    Returning in her fifth book, Jane Tennison has become the first female detective to be posted to the Flying Squad, a position she has worked […]

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    The Unforgiving City

    Set in the New South Wales in 1899, a time when Federation was the most discussed and emotive Political issue throughout Australia, Alasdair Dunleavy, an […]

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    Six Minutes

    It took just six minutes for Bella to simply vanish. No one saw her go; she had simply gone; gone from the playgroup in the […]

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    The Bride Test

    As a Romantic Comedy, The Bride Test has the added charm of introducing us to another culture and its customs. Helen Hoang has written this […]

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    The Returns

    The storyline in this simple and yet complex voyage into the real world of middle age, is one that winds about the psyche until it […]

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    Mother of Pearl

    Mother of Pearl is a sensitive work where the subject matter has been very carefully selected, the research comprehensive, the emotion woven throughout all too […]

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    Where the Dead Go

    As with her two previous books, Sarah Bailey has written a tightly woven murder mystery in Where The Dead Go. There are many twists and […]

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    Dear Dad

    Father’s Day is fast approaching and with it comes a time to consider just what the word Father means in your life. Sometimes it is […]

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    Fortune

    Lenny Bartulin has dipped into the grab bag that is history, pulling out an assortment of events, all well chronicled over the decades, beginning with […]

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