Monthly Archives: August 2014

Tu by Patrica Grace – Book of the Week 01/09/2014

This is the te reo Maori translation of the award-winning novel Tu. The only survivor of three young men who went to war from his family, Tu faces the past and tells his niece and nephew, through the pages of … Continue reading

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Kimberley Freeman (General fiction – historical & Australian related)

Kimberley Freeman was born in London, but grew up Australia. She teaches critical and creative writing at the University of Queensland, and writes a selection of general fiction, most of which have a historical or Australian theme. She has written … Continue reading

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Louise Millar (writes psychological thrillers)

Louise Millar was born in Scotland, but currently live in London with her husband and children.  Although she is now know for writing thriller novels, she started her career freelancing in journalism, she has written publications such as Marie Claire, the Independent, and … Continue reading

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Love in the outback by Deb Hunt

The true story of an unlikely romance in the Australian outback. At forty-nine, Deb Hunt stopped dating men. It was just too painful. The men she loved didn’t love her back. When she found herself stalking her last boyfriend, who’d … Continue reading

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The Accident by Chris Pavone

As dawn approaches, highly respected New York Literary agent Isabel Reed is turning the final pages of a mysterious, hand delivered, totally anonymous manuscript. It is a book full of shocking revelations and disturbing truths – is this the book … Continue reading

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Promises by Cathryn Hein – Book of the Week 18-08-2014

Sophie Dixon is determined to leave her tragic past behind and forge a bright future on her beloved farm. While looking to buy a new horse, she is drawn into her neighbour Aaron Laidlow’s orbit, despite the bad blood between … Continue reading

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The Tulip Eaters by Antoinette van Heugten

Nora de Jong returns home from work one ordinary day to find her mother has been murdered. Her infant daughter is missing. And the only clue is the body of an unknown man on the living-room floor, clutching a Luger … Continue reading

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