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Crucifixion Creek: Barry Maitland

Crucifixion Creek is the first novel in the promised Belltree Trilogy written by Barry Maitland and featuring Homicide detective, army vet, Harry Belltree. Belltree is the son of Australia’s first Aboriginal judge of the NSW Supreme Court who was killed along with his wife in a mysterious car accident three years previously. 590 more words

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Wings Above The Diamantina (1936) by Arthur Upfield

Vintage Mystery Scavenger Hunt: Plane

While touring their cattle station, Coolibah in Queensland Australia, John and Elizabeth Nettlefold, father and daughter come across an unusual site, a red monoplane. 924 more words

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Top Australian crime reads 2015

It’s that time of year for ‘best of’ lists. Usually a ‘top five’ or ‘top ten’ proposition, I’ve decided to go with my top six Australian crime reads for 2015, seeing as how it makes for a neat… 309 more words

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The Refuge: A Confession by Kenneth Mackenzie

This thought brought my mind back to the vision of night stretching ahead, as certain and as mysterious as a wet and unknown road stretching beyond the delimiting headlights of a car driven by a stranger. 1,247 more words

Fiction

Book Review: On Track for Murder, by Stephen Childs

Publisher:  Clink Street Publishing  |  Date of publication: 1st September 2015  |  Edition: Paperback (Review Copy, provided by Authoright)

Well, I must say I was pleasantly surprised by this book. 831 more words

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Post Script: Good Money - J M Green

What a wonderful discovery  – JM Green I cant wait for your next book!

Good Money

J M Green

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ISBN: 9781925106923

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Introducing Stella Hardy, a wisecracking social worker with a thirst for social justice, good laksa, and alcohol. 419 more words

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WHAT A LITTLE GEM

Tucked away between two imposing buildings in Pitt Street in up-town Sydney is the The Sydney Mechanics School of Arts (SMSA).  I doubt many Sydney-siders even know this little gem of a place exists. 496 more words

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