An eclectic mix of titles entered my home this last fortnight.
Exceptional . . . a worldly book, full of art and ideas, and yet so intimate that it feels like a conversation with a dear, intelligent friend . . . masterful in its treatment of time and memory . . . Allinson is destined for a cult following.
Review copy courtesy of Scribe Publications.
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has a very interesting premise, a deaf man searching for the killer of his childhood friend, and high praise from bestselling Australian crime writer, P M Newton:
Viskic has created a genuinely unique and captivating character who deserves a place alongside Jack Irish and Cliff Hardy.
Review copy courtesy of Echo Publishing. September 2015 release.
has eye-catching cover art (I’ve always been attracted to Russian dolls) and sounds like an entertaining chick lit mystery.
Review copy courtesy of Curiosity Quills.