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    City of Girls

    Vivienne Morris, at age 95, decides to tell, and what a life story she had to tell. her life story. City of Girls focusses on issues […]

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    Better Luck Next Time

    Based on true life, this funny, quirky, tongue in cheek look at life and growing up, regardless of age, through the antics of a family, […]

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    Providence

    Max Barry is an Australian author following up his smash hit, 2013 novel, Lexicon. Providence, his new release, takes a few left turns from what […]

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    Almost a Mirror

    Set in the heady days of the 1980’s in Australia, Almost A Mirror paints a picture many who did survive the drug filled days of […]

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    Finding Eadie

    Alice Cotton’s tiny baby daughter, Eadie is secretly given away by her grandmother; Alice is devastated.  Her desperate quest to be reunited with her missing […]

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    The Vanishing Half

    Sixteen year old physically identical twin sisters Stella and Desiree Vignes flee the small town Mallard, Louisiana, USA to start a new and better life […]

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    Bottlebrush Creek

    When an irresistible fixer-upper captures the heart of Angie McIntyre she believes that this is the way forward to build a lasting relationship, a real […]

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    A Treacherous Country

    Australian/Vogel Literary Award Winner 2020 (AU) for an unpublished manuscript A Treacherous Country from KM Kruimink, is set in the 1840’s and moves from England […]

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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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