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Author Interviews

Letters From Berlin – Interview with Tania Blanchard

Briefly tell me about your new book! Letters from Berlin is inspired by the life of my grandmother’s cousin and follows the story of a ‘mixed marriage’ family, Jewish and German, during World War Two Germany and into the Soviet occupation.  Set in and around Berlin, Susie’s world is turned…
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Book Blast! Adverse Effects

Determined to help her amnesiac patients recover their lives, Boston psychiatrist Cristina Silva is achieving near-miraculous results by prescribing Recognate, a revolutionary new memory-recovery drug now in trials. She understands her patients' suffering better than most because she's lost her memories, too. Desperate to become herself again, she pops the…
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Cry Baby – The first Tom Thorne case

The twentieth novel by Sunday Times number one bestseller Mark Billingham is a thrilling treat for fans and new readers alike - a prequel to his landmark, massively influential debut novel, Sleepyhead 'One of the great series of British crime fiction' --- THE TIMES 'Cry Baby is the perfect prequel to send us back…
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New Releases and Bookworm News

Reasonable Doubt – A jarring look at Australia’s criminal justice system

'The good, bad and downright rotten parts of Australia's criminal justice system are put on trial by Dr Xanthé Mallett. With her clear-eyed logic and objectivity, this compelling book identifies reasonable doubts which must keep prosecutors and defence lawyers awake at night.' Hedley Thomas, host of the Teacher's Pet podcast  (more…)
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