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    Just Murdered

    Ms Fisher’s Modern Murder Mysteries Peregrine Fisher, niece of the famous Phryne Fisher, is summoned to the Adventurers Club of the Antipodes, a club of […]

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    How to Mars

    If ever a story was hanging around waiting to captivate what could be a cult following How To Mars is or could be the perfect […]

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    Pushing Back

    John Kinsella has a very keen perception of the frailties of humanity which he captures with a poetic beauty in his latest work of short […]

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    The Curlew’s Eye

    This mysterious story The Curlew’s Eye, set in the remote outback near Darwin is very cleverly constructed. In the beginning Greta, her partner Joel and […]

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    Second Place

    Told in the first person through a conversation with Jeffers, Second Place is a beautifully executed look at life, desire, male/female fate and provocation. Set […]

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    The Nameless Ones

    To everything there is a dark side, a side people are aware of but seldom, if ever, encounter: then there is the world of sadistic […]

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    You Had It Coming

    Not enough evidence doesn’t mean ‘Not Guilty’; it doesn’t mean a crime hasn’t been committed! When William Newson, skilled lawyer achieves a ‘not guilty’ verdict […]

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    Two Women in Rome

    Two Women in Rome from Elizabeth Buchan immediately transports into another world as the stories of two women, Nina and Lottie, destined never to meet, […]

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    When You Are Mine

    Touted as the best of the best from crime writer Michael Robotham, When you are mine is a standalone thriller that focuses on the dark […]

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    Pietà

    Should Pieta by Michael Fitzgerald be a movie, it could easily be classified as Art House in genre, as the story line or rather several […]

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    The Women’s Circle

    The Women’s Circle from Karen Sepulveda is quite an engrossing story which is crafted in several periods of time. The past story is easy to […]

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    After Story

    After Story is truly an original and amazing story. It is wonderfully and seamlessly constructed, and riveting reading. Della is an Aboriginal woman who lives […]

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    The Bombay Prince

    Ahhhhhh! That wonderful feeling you have when a new book in a series, is released by a favourite author. After reading the first two novels […]

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    Magpie’s Bend

    Life can at times hurl some tough stuff at you and the last thing Lara McIntyre wants is a nosy journalist, no matter how interesting […]

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    Small Acts of Defiance

    Small Acts of Defiance from Michelle Wright is without a doubt a brilliant piece of historical fiction that has been meticulously researched, which shows through […]

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    Tussaud

    The French Revolution: It’s one of those historical moments that have spawned as many legends as there are truths. It’s almost like a real life […]

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