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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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    Three Apples Fell from the Sky

    “And three apples fell from heaven. One for the storyteller, one for the listener, and one for the eavesdropper.” This old Armenian fable, Three Apples […]

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    Australian/Vogel Literary Award Winner 2020 (AU) for an unpublished manuscript A Treacherous Country from KM Kruimink, is set in the 1840’s and moves from England […]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