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Fully-fledged, real, actual

Probably, due to my winning the Ned Kelly Award for Best Crime Fiction, there might be a bit more traffic here over the next few days, so I suppose I’d better make a post! 624 more words

Random House

Review - Life or Death by Michael Robotham

Firmly established as Australia’s premier crime writer, LIFE OR DEATH doesn’t just underline Michael Robotham’s status; it elevates him into an even greater stratosphere. With this latest novel, Robotham pits himself against a legion of literary superstars who made their names writing about Texas – McCarthy, Lee Burke, Meyer – and proves he deserves a place around their exclusive table. 322 more words


Life or Death by Michael Robotham

Keeping a promise…

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Audie Palmer has been in prison for ten years for an armed robbery that went wrong. Although two of the gang died and Audie was arrested, the stolen $7 million has never been found. 596 more words

Book Review

Life or Death: Robotham Does a Dumas, But Fails

A good book grips you. Forces you to keep turning the pages in anticipation. Dreading the moment that would tear apart the world of the protagonist, in whom you see a bit of yourself. 610 more words


“The Suspect” by Michael Robotham

The first in a series for Robotham, The Suspect was published back in 2004 and takes as its focal point clinical psychologist Joe O’Loughlin. Joe is working in London and at the novel’s opening we find him counselling a group of prostitutes set up by his old friend Elisa, also a prostitute. 835 more words


TBR Thursday 34...

Episode 34

I’ve decided the problem is not so much the length of my TBR as my attitude to it. So instead of wailing and gnashing my teeth, this week I’d like to invite you to… 522 more words

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