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Haunting and addictive, the story of Trevor Riddell and his family hold you captive until the last page as you find yourself becoming more and more entranced with the goings-on in a family with a history that traces back to the pioneering days of America.
This story is as comforting as the delicious cakes served in Leni's teashop. The author has cleverly woven together stories of ordinary local people from all walks of life. Leni's teashop, recently opened, and situated in Yorkshire, becomes a central meeting place. A group of people become friendly and gradually…
This novel is like a delectable piece of pastry. There are so many layers in the themes, characters and the plot that it becomes compelling as you read and expose more layers. The book begins with a funeral. Pandora, the main character, has just lost her mother unexpectedly. A sombre…
Deeply disturbing and brilliantly written this story develops an almost ethereal, symbiotic relationship, not just with the other characters, but also the reader. When Frances met Charlie at a party they developed a relationship which eventually leads them to a life in Sydney which, as it turns out is not…
If you enjoy the murder - mystery genre, then this book is for you. Sophie McKenzie has written a psychological thriller that will leave you guessing, questioning and wondering until almost the end. Nothing is as it seems both with the characters and the storyline. You think it is going…
With the author's words “Fiction is the best way of telling the Truth” I knew this would not be a comfortable book to read. Parenting has never been easy and identifying with someone else's questionable decisions makes for confronting reading. The setting of this story is magnificent and comes alive…
This is a story of two men, twins to be exact and their journey through life: one being the blessed twin whose life always seems to turn out just right. The other, well his life is and has always been full of challenges. How can this be when after all…
Cooper Bartholomew is dead and they are saying it is suicide, but girlfriend Libby does not believe it for one minute an, finding the entire thing unbelievable. Why would he do this when they had just made plans for moving to Sydney and commencing a life together; they were in…
It would be wonderful to meet Margaret Attwood and talk with her for a while to get a glimpse of how she sees things, what she thinks and what arouses her interest. It would be amazing. As Alice Munro says, “her writing has power, grace and variety” and this book…
Reading this novel gives you a great deal of information about the day-to-day lives of ordinary British people in 1914.  It is narrated by Thomas or Tom Maggs, aged 12. The descriptions of the way people lived, what they ate, their behaviour and the type of work they did are…
Without doubt this would have to rank amongst the top ten books you must read this year. Set just after the end of the Second World War Marguerite Carter returns to England in order to study to become a teacher. This is a powerful book based in historic fact, during…
In this long awaited sequel to the Seven Suns saga Anderson has delivered yet another epic novel as a follow onto the Saga of the Shadows series. Although this series is set some twenty years on many of the characters beloved in the Seven Suns saga are back again. The…
Two stories, different but similar: Two women from the same family living more than 100 years apart with both lives filled with change and tragedy. Is there a curse on the family, or is it simply the way things are in life. Set in Australia this is a story which…
 This is a story of despairing characters with devastating backgrounds living in close proximity in an inner Melbourne suburb. Nick the Greek landlord pops in and out of the story and has a dream to dig out a cellar underneath his building. His optimism is welcome.
Dr Cole moves seamlessly from Egyptian history to the ancient Mayan prophecy regarding the apocalypse. His in depth knowledge of the Mayan civilization and the spread of its culture gives an authenticity to this work. Although it is a work of fiction, so many unexplained phenomena become plausible when looked…
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