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Taut Writing, Addictive Plot: Read an Extract From Good Girl, Bad Girl by Michael Robotham

July 11, 2019

Start reading now WARNING: Do not read this book as you’re going to bed if you really want to sleep – once started, you won’t want to stop until the very end. Fiendishly clever, swiftly paced, and emotionally explosive, Good Girl, Bad Girl is the perfect thrilling summer read from internationally bestselling author Michael Robotham. Six years […] - Read more


While You Were Reading Authors, Ali Berg and Michelle Kalus, Talk About Books on the Rail

July 10, 2019

About the authors:  Ali Berg and Michelle Kalus are the Melbourne-based cofounders of Books on the Rail, an initiative that encourages Aussies to put down the iPhone and pick up a book. Together, Ali and Michelle wrote The Book Ninja, published in 2018 by Simon & Schuster Australia, which has been sold to nine different territories around […] - Read more


One of the Year’s Best Urban Crime Stories: Read an Extract From The Rip by Mark Brandi

Start reading now “It’s funny how quick it happens and without you really noticing. Anton said once that it’s like walking out into the sea, and you think everything’s fine and the water’s warm, but when you turn back you’re suddenly miles from shore. I’ve never been much of a swimmer, but I get what […] - Read more

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Disquieting, Atmospheric and Utterly Addictive: Read an Extract From Blood River by Tony Cavanaugh

Start reading now Brisbane, 1999. It’s summertime, the humidity is stifling, and the rain just won’t stop. The Brisbane River is close to overflowing, its swollen banks nearly at breaking point. Then a mutilated body is found near the river, nestled under a towering pink bougainvillaea on the bank. It’s the body of a wealthy-looking […] - Read more


Topical, Gripping, Perfectly Paced: Review of The Rip by Mark Brandi

“It’s funny how quick it happens and without you really noticing. Anton said once that it’s like walking out into the sea, and you think everything’s fine and the water’s warm, but when you turn back you’re suddenly miles from shore. I’ve never been much of a swimmer, but I get what he means. Like, […] - Read more

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A Fabulous, Fast-Paced Page Turner: Review of Good Girl, Bad Girl by Michael Robotham

WARNING: Do not read this book as you’re going to bed if you really want to sleep – once started, you won’t want to stop until the very end. Fiendishly clever, swiftly paced, and emotionally explosive, Good Girl, Bad Girl is the perfect thrilling summer read from internationally bestselling author Michael Robotham. Six years after being found […] - Read more


Clever, Compelling, Bone-Chilling: Review of Blood River by Tony Cavanaugh

Brisbane, 1999. It’s summertime, the humidity is stifling, and the rain just won’t stop. The Brisbane River is close to overflowing, its swollen banks nearly at breaking point. Then a mutilated body is found near the river, nestled under a towering pink bougainvillaea on the bank. It’s the body of a wealthy-looking man in a […] - Read more


Captivating Minds and Emotions: Q&A with Kate Furnivall about The Guardian of Lies

About the Author Kate Furnivall is the author of eight novels, including the international bestseller The Russian Concubine. She lives in Devon. You can read more about Kate and her books on her website. Buy a copy of The Guardian of Lies here // Read our review of The Guardian of Lies here Your latest book, The Guardian of Lies, […] - Read more


A Fascinating Voyage of Discovery: Kate Furnivall on Researching her New Novel, The Guardian of Lies

About the author Kate Furnivall is the author of eight novels, including the international bestseller The Russian Concubine. She lives in Devon.  You can read more about Kate and her books on her website. Buy a copy of The Guardian of Lies here // Read our review of The Guardian of Lies here Words // Kate Furnivall Researching The Guardian of Lies was […] - Read more