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Gregory once again has skilfully recreated Tudor England through the pages of what can almost be read as a diary of Margaret Pole as she struggles, not just for survival but for her beliefs and allegiances in a time when to trust was to die. Having risen to a place…
First loves can sometimes last a lifetime and by doing so colour all the hours of the days in the years that are to follow. When Grace Hamblin, daughter of the head gardener and beekeeper,  falls in love with Rufus Duncliffe, son of Lord and lady Penselwood little did she…
This is Alafair's tenth book and it shows as she writes with clarity and certainty, which can be difficult when dealing with many characters and murders. The clues are revealed and unraveled within a framework of information and planning, keeping the reader in the loop at all times. As the…
Young Detective Lexie Rogers is back in another tantalising thriller when she and her partner Brad Sommers are called to the scene of a murder at one of the popular Sydney beaches on an chilly winters morning. The body of a young woman has been found, beautifully laid out with…
This is an intense and tightly woven story that has layers of complexity.  The health system, hospital life, personnel and ethics are closely woven together with mystery and death.  It is very difficult to put this book down as it is so topical, blending mystery and drama with everyday hospital…
Billed as a majestic page turner as well as intense, riotous and funny it is hard to see where this image comes from as it is more than intense, it is seriously dark! Perhaps it if you enjoy a novel of the moment that, to use a phrase ‘is in…
Fatty O’Leary, aka Cornelius Patrick O’Leary had earned his nickname as a child and was known to all about as a good, kind man always ready to forgive those who did not like him or did an unkindness to others. As many an Irishman born and raised in the States…
From the first page, the reader is immediately drawn into the predicament of a young woman, Tiballis, who had been forced to marry a brute of a man after she was orphaned at just fourteen years of age. Set in London in 1483 during the reign of King Edward IV,…
This is a wonderfully authentic story of the Australian outback. I was not surprized to learn that the author had experienced much of the area she writes about first hand Indeed , the naming of the plants, trees, animals and lagoons brings a great degree of authenticity to an interesting…
Usually when we read a book the story-line, characters and plot are revealed by description, conversations and interaction between various characters. This story is completely different!  The whole story is told via a complete set of emails from one person.  At first it appeared this may give a very limited…
When hard-drinking, hard-living reporter Peter Clancy gets offered a promotion as the Crime reporter for the Truth newspaper he’s not sure if the paper is going broke and this is a joke, or it’s for real! Turns out it’s for real and before he knows it he's heading once again…
This is a truly unconventional book, in the writing style, the characters and the storyline. Nicholson is a wordsmith of great imagination; it feels like the reader is actually inside his brain, with the flow of words and ideas passing by to their conclusion. We discover the main character Paul…
This book was a cracker of a read! It has been very well crafted with characters rounded and familiar to the reader. The settings were wonderfully highlighted and varied (from N.Y.'s most exclusive homes, to a cold log cabin) and the plot has many unexpected progressions.
We are called to Rise, a debut novel by Laura McBride, is a most thought provoking novel that would make an ideal choice for any book club. There are plenty of issues to discuss, whilst at the same time, it is immensely readable. McBride gives each of the four main…
In this fast paced latest release from Australian author Guy Hallowes we find ourselves fast forwarded to what happens when Sydney gets wiped out by a 15 metre Tsunami. What happened to the people and does civilisation have any chance of survival? Gripping, reflective and, even though a work of…
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