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BOOK REVIEW: The Big Rewind by Libby Cudmore (Review by Sarah McDuling)

Review by Sarah McDuling

I really loved this book! It’s always so great to come across something different and The Big Rewind is like a breath of fresh air! 284 more words

Young Adult

'What Came Before' by Anna George

Fiction – paperback; Penguin; 255 pages; 2014.

‘My name is David James Forrester. I’m a solicitor. Tonight, at 6.10, I killed my wife. This is my statement.’

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The Booktopia Book Guru asks Emma Viskic Ten Terrifying Questions

The Booktopia Book Guru asks

Emma Viskic

author of Resurrection Bay,

Ten Terrifying Questions

1. To begin with why don’t you tell us a little bit about yourself – where were you born? 832 more words

Author Interview

'Crucifixion Creek' by Barry Maitland

Fiction – paperback; Text Publishing; 320 pages; 2016. Review copy courtesy of the publisher.

Barry Maitland is one of Australia’s most respected crime writers. He has a slew of titles to his name, but according to the press release that came with my copy of… 767 more words


BOOK REVIEW: Rebound by Aga Lesiewicz

Review by Sarah McDuling

Rebound is one of those super sneaky page-turners – the kind of book where you’re certain you’re going to put it down when you get to the end of the chapter, but then something happens that makes you want to keep reading. 246 more words


*Going Under*by Silas Payton*5-Stars

Going Under is an exciting, well-written character-driven novel. This perfectly paced, crime thriller hijacked my attention from the very start. There wasn’t a boring page in the entire book. 126 more words

Peg Glover Reviews

'Fear is the Rider' by Kenneth Cook

Fiction – Kindle edition; Text Publishing; 208 pages; 2016. Review copy courtesy of the publisher.

Oh. My. Goodness. *Wipes brow, extracts heart from mouth, picks up a snifter of whisky to steady the nerves* This is possibly the scariest, most spine-chilling and nerve-wracking book I’ve read. 609 more words