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Honey Brown

Through The Cracks

Penguin Books Australia

Michael Joseph

ISBN: 9781921901546



Four-year-old Nathan Fisher disappears from the bank of a rocky creek. Did he drown or was he taken? 405 more words

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The Good Doctor by Damon Galgut

I could only diminish the impact of this book by describing it. Suffice to say one English reviewer said it should have won the Booker – it was merely shortlisted alongside… 261 more words

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Book Review - The House of Dolls by David Hewson

It’s not often that I can stay up late reading a book, my body / mind can’t cope and I fall asleep, however over the last week I’ve been staying up, turning the pages of… 330 more words

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Interfering Busybody

Rushing across the apron of the airfield to meet the Group Captain as he hurriedly made his way back to the HMA Deedworthy, Commander Felson felt out of breath. 618 more words

A CIRCLE OF WIVES by Alice LaPlante

I loved LaPlante’s first novel, Turn of Mind, and it took two years to get the second – but it was worth the wait. 290 more words

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The base at Akrotiri was huge, with just about every facility you could think of being available to the British community there.

“Welcome your Royal Highnesses, to our little home from home” said the Air Vice Marshal, to the Mogul and Princess Jasmina as they stepped from the gondola of the HMA Deedworthy. 725 more words

Chronicle of a crime writer foretold

Gabriel García Márquez, who died this week, is associated with “imaginary realism” but to me he was a master of crime fiction.

He didn’t need to invent lone-wolf private detectives exploring the underbelly of sunny Los Angeles: his Colombia wore its tragedy and violence on its sleeve. 507 more words

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