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Wild Dogs / Michael Trant.
Author: Trant, Michael, author.
Publisher: North Sydney, NSW : Penguin Random House Australia, 2022.
Review by: Andersen, Patricia Mrs  on: 18/06/2023 2:14:23 PM
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A very different read for me but one I enjoyed. Characters are well drawn and the story is fast moving and believable.
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The last house on Needless Street / Catriona Ward.
Author: Ward, Catriona., author.
Publisher: London : Viper, 2021.
Review by: Andersen, Patricia Mrs  on: 12/06/2023 9:33:31 AM
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A very difficult read but well worth the effort.
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I will find you / Harlan Coben.
Author: Coben, Harlan, 1962-, author.
Publisher: London, UK : Century, 2023. -- London : Century, 2023. -- �2023.
Review by: Andersen, Patricia Mrs  on: 8/06/2023 7:24:18 AM
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All of Cobens books are fantastic but this one is even better! If you are already a fan then this is a must read novel. If you havent yet read any of his novels then this is is a perfect place to start.
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Simply lies / David Baldacci.
Author: Baldacci, David, author.
Publisher: [S.l.] : MACMILLAN, 2023. -- London, England : Macmillan, 2023.
Review by: Andersen, Patricia Mrs  on: 29/05/2023 10:57:32 AM
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Another must read for crime lovers. Although the Amos Decker novels will always be my favourite Baldacci books Simply Lies gives us a new twist on crime solving. I have to hope Baldacci intends writing more Mickey Gibson murders.
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The bookbinder of Jericho / Pip Williams.
Author: Williams, Pip, 1969-, author.
Publisher: Mulgrave, VIC : Affirm Press, 2022. (24/09/22) -- Boon Wurrung Country ; South Melbourne, VIC : Affirm Press, 2023.
Review by: Andersen, Patricia Mrs  on: 25/05/2023 6:16:51 PM
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Another very good read from Pip Williams. In her Authors Note she tells us it was inspired by her research done for The Dictionary of Lost Words and the links are obvious. The Bookbinder of Jericho is a story of sisterhood in all its forms. It is set 1914 to 1920 and portrays both the good and the bad of that time. It is fascinating and moving and well worth looking at by readers of historical fiction.
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Becoming Mrs Mulberry / Jackie French.
Author: French, Jackie, author.
Publisher: Chatswood, NSW : HQ, 2023. (05/02/23) -- Sydney, NSW : HQ Fiction, 2023. -- �2023.
Review by: Andersen, Patricia Mrs  on: 16/05/2023 9:57:31 AM
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Jackie French at her best! Dont be misguided by the seemingly frivolous title. Becoming Mrs Mulberry explores many of the deeper challenges of Australia in the post-World War 1 era. However the author also includes the beauty of the Australian bush and shows how relationships develop and survive in spite of hardship. This combination makes for a very enjoyable read.
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While you were in the country / Eva Scott.
Author: Scott, Eva, author.
Publisher: Chatswood, NSW : HQ, 2022. -- Sydney, NSW : HQ Fiction, 2022.
Review by: M0010022508  on: 12/04/2023 1:57:05 PM
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A great story set in the Scenic Rim region with a lovely local feel. Has a great love triangle and some cute animal side characters.
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The dressmaker's secret / Lorna Cook.
Author: Cook, Lorna, author.
Publisher: London : Avon, 2022. -- London, England : Avon, a division of HarperCollinsPublishers, �2022.
Review by: Andersen, Patricia Mrs  on: 9/03/2023 6:38:36 PM
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A fantastic novel! It is historically accurate with a wonderful fictional story interwoven.There's romance, bravery, sacrifice, loyalty, and betrayal. Something for everyone!
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Open season / Quintin Jardine.
Author: Jardine, Quintin, author.
Publisher: London : Headline, 2022. -- �2022.
Review by: Andersen, Patricia Mrs  on: 15/02/2023 1:29:02 PM
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A brilliant read! The carefully crafted web of intrigue twists and turns to a very believable conclusion. Lots of characters in a couple of different contexts but its not distracting.
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The girl in the castle / James Patterson & Emily Raymond.
Author: Patterson, James, 1947-, author. -- Raymond, Emily, 1972-, author.
Publisher: London, UK : Century, 2022. -- London : Century, 2022. -- �2022.
Review by: Andersen, Patricia Mrs  on: 15/01/2023 9:42:34 AM
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This is a very different novel from our much-loved James Patterson. Set in the Belman Psych Hospital for teenagers it is painful on several levels for both characters and readers. However well worth the effort! You will become embroiled in the lives of both Hannah and Jordan in that unique style that Patterson uses. Enjoy!
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