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    Elizabeth and Elizabeth

    The story of Elizabeth and Elizabeth is elegantly told by narrative and personal letters exchanged over many years. Their tale, and it is one of […]

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    The Charleston Scandal

    Pamela Hart has set The Charleston Scandal in London in 1923. It is a romantic, Historical Novel which contains many real characters such as Fred […]

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    Memorial

    A romantic tale today, is so different to those of the past. Memorial is a modern-day love story set in Texas involving today’s people and […]

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    The New Wilderness

    Ah, books about a dystopian future. Just what one needs during the year of 2020. But rest assured this is not about a disease that […]

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    Hideout

    Timothy Blake is back, not surprisingly as this seriously abstract character, morphing from the darkest regions of Jack Heath’s mind, has captured the imagination of […]

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    Maeve Binchy’s Treasury

    What an absolute joy it is, to be reading Maeve Binchy again in Maeve Binchy’s Treasury and to have a great holiday book to enjoy. […]

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    Death in Daylesford

    After a mysterious invitation arrives from a certain Captain Herbert Spencer, whom runs a spa for shell shocked soldiers of the First World War arrives […]

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    The Fifth Season

    The Fifth Season is not a book for everyone as it is dark, deep and prods at the very things we all like to keep […]

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    The Shearer’s Wife

    Fleur McDonald does not disappoint in The Shearers Wife as she has skilfully crafted out another well researched story looking at the many layers of […]

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    The Dickens Boy

    What a joy it is to read the words of master storyteller Thomas Keneally. He has presented this Historical fiction, The Dickens Boy in such […]

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    The Night Letters

    Set in Afghanistan just as the Americans are leaving the war torn country, Australian doctor Sofia Raso sits in her window in the early morning […]

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    Honeybee

    Two lives meet; one young, one old, both facing what they consider the inevitable choice of their final moments alive; a last cigarette, a climb […]

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    State Highway One

    Estranged from his family, Alex an Aucklander, flies back to New Zealand after a shattering phone call, to bury his famous film- director parents. Their […]

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    Against the Loveless World

    The Middle East is arguably a man’s world. The current crop of regional leaders is male. The leaders that have been overthrown were all males. […]

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    The Lost Man

    As with many of the best murder mysteries, Jane Harper has interwoven sub plots and relationships to create a realistic story in The Lost Man. […]

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    Mind the Gap, Dash and Lily

    Dash and Lily have spent the year apart, heartbreakingly so, Dash at Cambridge, in England studying Literature, Classics and English with Lily still in New […]

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    The Wild Laughter

    The Wild Laughter  was released  earlier this year to wide acclaim; the storyline painting  a confronting and  raw look at the human price of recession […]

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