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Lost (Joe O'Loughlin 2) by Michael Robotham

Painful memories…

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Detective Inspector Vincent Ruiz awakes in hospital to discover that he has lost all memory of the events that have put him there. 597 more words

Book Review

Surrogacy & The Night Ferry: Life imitating crime fiction

Last week, as I read Michael Robotham’s dark and gripping thriller The Night Ferry, another scandal came to light that made me wonder whether crime writers can ever hope keep pace with reality when it comes to the murky world of overseas commercial surrogacy. 853 more words

Angela Savage



Author: Michael Robotham
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Review: Monique Mulligan

Why would a man escape from prison the day before he’s due to be released? 449 more words

Book Reviews

This is where I belong

This year marked my third time attending the Bendigo Writers Festival. The first year, I participated as a volunteer whose task it was to man the doors of the sessions and count how many people attended each one. 370 more words

Writer's In Action

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