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Three Corners – Marshmallows

You could hear the giggles all the way up the valley. They snuck under doors, around verandahs, they floated up the small ridges and through the canopied forest. They drifted …

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Three Corners – The Bowlo

Times certainly had changed, he thought, looking out across the floor. The Bowling Club had undergone a rather posh revamp. The bowlers had a uniform now, the green was meticulously …

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River of Salt

By Dave Warner Another great offering, though I didn’t know what to expect. Coastal Australia in the 1960’s, with all the music, standover men, laid back attitudes and mysteries to …

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The Department of Sensitive Crimes

By Alexander McCall Smith Philosophy, ethics, and sensitive matters that require delicate handling… A gentle read to immerse yourself into, but make sure you have the time to enjoy the …

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Aurora Rising

By Amie Kaufman & Jay Kristoff Mind. Blown. Again. Fast, sassy, bending all conventions and twisting them into a story that surpasses expectation. This will become a YA classic that …

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holding

By Graham Norton A small village with a big secret, and that’s where any comparison ends. Depth, perceptiveness, complex characterisations delicately unfolded. A great read!

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All the Tears in China

By Sulari Gentill Another wonderful book in the Rowly series, where bohemian naivety is fabulously presented in a very palatable package. “Whodunnit” eat your heart out! Shanghai in 1935 is …

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Secret Guardians

By Lian Tanner Pummel, Duckling Otte and Lord Rump are back! Salt Mines, slavery, a possessed chicken, talking cat and a secret that could end it all! Absolutely brilliant adventure, …

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Death on the Canal

By Anja De Jager Train-wrecked and twisty, a great mystery to have you guessing in the heat of a Dutch Simmer. The third smart and engaging police procedural featuring dark …

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Wintering

By Krissy Kneen A fascinating tale told from the ends of the world, bringing in local urban legends and mystery. Can’t help but think it’s written by a Queenslander 😉 …

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The Man Who Died

By Antti Tuomainen Incredible! Imagine being told that you are dying, and you set off to find out who, effectively, was responsible. Crazy, fun, fascinating – a top read! A …

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Kill the Queen

By Jennifer Estep Great action, fantastic new world and a quick read that will reaffirm your faith in fast fantasy! The thrilling first novel in the Crown of Shards epic …