By Janet Evanonvich
Stephanie Plum is a bond enforcement officer. If you like action, romance, calamity & humour then this series is for you. First book in the series is One For The Money.
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By Wendy James
A book about parenting, teenagers and a bully. A great read. I could not put this one down. Find out who is to blame and what a suspense it is.
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By Clive James
This critically acclaimed autobiography is regarded of one of the best ever written – possibly because so much of it isn’t true! What it is though, is very funny. We experience 1950s Sydney though a child’s eyes, and there’s mercifully few glimpses of the leery, out-of-touch old man James eventually became…
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By Sarah J Harris
This novel tells the story of how a yr 11 boy with synaesthesia solves the murder of his neighbour.
Synaesthesia paints the sounds of his world in a kaleidoscope of colours that no one else can see.
Well written, with great characters; this novel will have you guessing until the end.
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Julia Quinn writes Regency romances.
They are funny, lighthearted and cute with a big AWWWWW factor. There are no contrived subplots just engaging characters falling in love. There is some spice in there but all in all they are just a nice, light read where you know that everything is going to be worked out and you will always get your HEA! (Happy Ever After)
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By Susanna Gregory
Matthew Bartholomew is a physician in medieval Cambridge when the Bubonic plague strikes. In addition he must investigate some mysterious murders. An absorbing mystery with great attention to historical detail.
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By Erin Kelly
Really good thriller with varying viewpoints & jumping backwards and forwards between 1999 and 2015 as the whole story slowly comes together. Creepy and atmospheric you will be left with an eerie feeling at the end.
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