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    The Electric Hotel

    The beginnings of the film industry have always held a fascination for many people. In this carefully researched book, Dominic Smith has presented the best […]

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    Daughter of Bad Times

    Looking at Australia in 2075, Rohan Wilson paints a picture in Daughter of Hard Times that portrays a future were all the very worst aspects […]

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    The Chain

    Adrian McKinty is at the top of his genre with his riveting, if not slightly terrifying crime thriller The Chain, based on and around the […]

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    Bodies of Men

    The header on the back cover of Bodies of Men from acclaimed Australian Author Nigel Featherstone states, ‘There is nothing more important than love and […]

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    The Beekeeper of Aleppo

    This beautifully written story could be described as a gentle, loving horror story. The characters are rich and expressive, their experiences disastrous. The story describes […]

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    Real Differences

    Real differences are the ones that most of us seek throughout life. There is a need to live our lives within a certain moral code […]

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    Wildflower Ridge

    When Penny McIntyre’s life seems to implode, she is left looking at the pieces and wondering where to from here. Her stellar career in Marketing, […]

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    Mr Right Now

    There is a very old saying ‘that if you love someone let them go’ which graces the front cover of Mr Right Now, the second […]

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    Losing the Plot

    By definition a Romantic Comedy novel should include two people who are perfect for each other, with one or both of them being quite vulnerable. […]

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    The Wonder of Lost Causes

    The Wonder of Lost Causes is a truly heart wrenching story that involves a single mother, her much loved son who suffers from Cystic Fibrosis, and […]

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    Loving Sylvie

    It is easy to believe that Elizabeth Smither is a poet. She has the ability to expand on thoughts and scenes and possibilities, creating characters […]

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    Wedding Puzzle

    Wedding Puzzle is Sallie Muirden’s fourth book and a world away from her writing about old Spanish towns and customs. Sallie was born in Victoria […]

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    A Life Of Her Own

    Following on from her last best seller Making Peace, Fiona McCallum tackles a what can be a very deeply personal but debilitating issue, that of […]

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    Fled

    Fled is a debut solo novel for Meg Keneally who has produced several other books in conjunction with her father, Tom. Australian Historical Fiction is […]

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    Widows’ Revenge

    Following on from Widows, originally published in 1983, Widows Revenge takes things one step further when the three women, Dolly Rawlins, who husband was a […]

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    Without a Doubt

    Dave Burrows takes a retrospective look back to Barrabine and his time spent there as a young Detective working his way to up to a […]

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    The Shining Wall

    Dystopia or rather dystopian imagery was bought sharply into literature with the George Orwell’s satirical novel ‘Animal Farm’ in which the characters became dehumanised. The […]

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    Hunter

    He’s back and right from the first page you are sucked into the latest macabre thriller from Jack Heath, Hunter, the second book in the […]

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