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Australian Authors

Who’s Afraid – Sexy Adult Werewolfiness – Author Q&A and Giveaway!

If you follow my social media, you will know that I thoroughly enjoyed Who's Afraid by Maria Lewis.  A kickass werewolf story with a strong female lead; no cheesiness and a real 'True Blood' vibe.   Loved every page and if you like a fast paced read with meat on…
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The Bazaar Of Bad Dreams… More like a murderous mixed business

I love Stephen King. He is, to me, a master of small town American horror and I attribute some of my very first 'scares' to his movies and books. Reading under the covers by torchlight, or daring friends to peek out from behind the sofa at movie sleepovers, movies like…
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Review – The Wrong Girl – 3 generations of women and murder

The Wrong Girl is a quick read suspense thriller which is based around three generations of women. Janice, the well to do middle-aged woman who gave a little baby girl up for adoption in the free loving sixties. Suzie, the woman who claims to be her daughter and Molly, Suzie's…
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Where They Found Her – The Most Suspenseful Read of 2015

A body is found in the woods of a small town on the outskirts of the University grounds. Molly, a rookie reporter who is rebuilding her life after losing a child, is assigned the case for the local newspaper. Many secrets are kept behind white picket fences and Molly prays…
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The Stranger – Stranger danger at it’s most chilling (Review)

  Adam Price lives a comfortable, average life with a beautiful school teacher wife and two teenage sons. Life is good, until a stranger approaches him at a bar one night and delivers a shocking secret that will tear his cookie cutter world apart. Stranger Danger was drummed into me…
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Ever had a weird ex-boyfriend?….Crazy Love You by Lisa Unger

I have just finished Crazy Love You by Lisa Unger and it has left me It is the story of Ian Paine, who as a child, suffered terrible trauma and came through a very difficult childhood to become a successful New York hipster type, writing and drawing comics in his…
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