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Obstetrics, a medical mystery and an outback romance- The Baby Doctor is a great addition and fresh spin on the rural romance genre.
The Paris Wedding was a fresh spin on the rural genre. Where the protagonist is usually falling in love with the countryside and leading a quieter life, Rachael on the other hand, was finding her place outside the rural lifestyle in the midst of all the city chaos.
My review for Dear Banjo by Australian Author Sasha Wasley is now up on my blog.
It's mystery and thriller week. Mini book reviews for Hades by Candice Fox, The Dry by Jane Harper and The Bat by Jo Nesbo.
"The challenges faced by forward-thinking women in backward times is explored by Hart in a realistic, thought-provoking way."
A compelling and fascinating memoir by Australian Author Renee McBryde.
Debut Australian author of In at the Deep End, Penelope Janu, shares her inspiration, writing process, publication journey and what story she's working on next.
Have you signed up for the AWW 2017? Join the Australian Women Writers Challenge and pledge to read books written by Australian women in 2017.
Close to Home by Pamela Cook Paperback Review copy provided by publisher Hachette, July 2015 Synopsis- A captivating story that shows the only thing harder than letting go is moving on. Orphaned at thirteen, Charlie Anderson has been on her own for half her life. Not that she minds - she has her work as… Continue reading Aussie Book Review: Close to Home by Pamela Cook