Interview and Book Giveaway – Peter d’Plesse, author of Fire Eye

Fire Eye by Peter d'Plesse

Today we welcome Peter d’Plesse, Aussie author of Fire Eye to Booklover Book Reviews. ADVENTURE TURNED NIGHTMARE. How did Alexander Dulaine’s search for a lost aircraft become a life and death struggle in the unforgiving Australian landscape? Alexander Dulaine is a woman on a mission. To honour her grandfather’s memory, she engages Jed, a capable bushman, […]

Book Review – ENDLESS LOVE by James MacManus

endless-love

Endless Love Synopsis : Soon after moving from London, Rose Loxton discovers strange things are occurring at her new lodge in the Cotswolds. A dark, terrible history hangs over this place; one of unfinished and unconventional love. Rose must investigate the mystery of an affair that broke all boundaries and ended in calamity… (Endeavour Press) BOOK REVIEW The […]

Stieg Larsson’s Millennium Series to continue

the-girl-in-the-spider-s-web (1)

I thought The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo was extraordinary, The Girl Who Played With Fire even better and The Girl Who Kicked The Hornet’s Nest a compelling end to the series cut short by the death of its talented author.    But now Lisbeth Salander and Mikael Blomkvist return in a continuation of Stieg Larsson’s Millennium series… On 27 […]

Book Review – THE VOID by Timothy S Johnston

The-Void-Final-Cover-for-Website

The Void Synopsis : 2403 AD It would be easier to kill him than to trust him. Transporting a serial killer might seem like a simple job for CCF Homicide Investigator Kyle Tanner. After spending years apprehending murderers, he’s ready to hang up his pistol. Babysitting a prisoner will bring him to Alpha Centauri, where he can […]

Book Review – THE RED HOUSE by Emily Winslow

The Red House by Emily Winslow

The Red House Synopsis : Maxwell is living his worst nightmare when he begins to question whether his fiancée Imogen is his own blood sister, separated by adoption. A visit to Imogen’s birthplace in Cambridge stirs up déjà vu that intensifies his fears. While Detective Chief Inspector Morris Keene languishes at home, struggling with a debilitating injury […]

Book Review – PRESENT DARKNESS by Malla Nunn

present-darkness

Present Darkness Synopsis : Five days before Christmas, Detective Sergeant Emmanuel Cooper sits at his desk at the Johannesburg major crimes squad, ready for his holiday in Mozambique. A call comes in: A respectable white couple has been assaulted and left for dead in their bedroom. The couple’s teenage daughter identifies the attacker as Aaron Shabalala – […]

Book Review – BLACK LIGHT by K A Bedford

Black Light by K A Bedford

Black Light Synopsis : Ruth Black is an English novelist left widowed by the mysterious death of her husband during the Great War. She immigrates to Australia and settles in the sleepy coastal town of Pelican River to repair her broken heart and work on her next novel. But her quiet life is thrown into disarray when […]

Book Review – THE ROOM by Jonas Karlsson

The Room by Jonas Karlsson

< Your chance to win a copy of this book > The Room Synopsis : Funny, clever, surreal, and thought-provoking, this Kafkaesque masterpiece introduces the unforgettable Bjorn, an exceptionally meticulous office worker striving to live life on his own terms. Bjorn is a compulsive, meticulous bureaucrat who discovers a secret room at the government office where he works–a […]

Interview & Book Giveaway – Alan Carter, author of Bad Seed

Bad Seed by Alan Carter

Today we welcome Alan Carter, Aussie author of Bad Seed to Booklover Book Reviews. When wealthy property developer Francis Tan and his family are found slain in their mansion, Cato Kwong is forced to recall a personal history that makes his investigation doubly painful. The killer is elusive and brutal, and the investigation takes Cato to […]

Book Review – CAIRO by Chris Womersley

Cairo by Chris Womersley

Cairo Synopsis : At 18, Tom escapes ordinariness in small town Australia for Melbourne and a flat in a strange block named Cairo. There he meets the magnetic Max Cheever, and is drawn into his circle of bohemian artists and dreamers. But soon Tom is ensnared in a plot to steal a million dollar Picasso masterpiece. Among […]

Book Review – CLOUDSTREET by Tim Winton

Cloudstreet by Tim Winton

< Your chance to win a copy of this book > Cloudstreet Synopsis : Two rural families – the Pickles and the Lambs – flee to the city after separate catastrophes. They find themselves sharing a great, breathing, shuddering joint called Cloudstreet, where they begin their lives again from scratch – and for twenty years, they roister and rankle, […]