REVIEW: The Bush Telegraph by Fiona McArthur

In brief: Maddy is ready to return to the town that knows her deepest secrets. This time she’s in charge of the local medical centre and a force to be reckoned with. But the town is a shadow of its former self… The good: Lovely story and great to reunite with some old characters. The... Continue Reading →

Mailbox Monday and What I’m Reading: 24/8/20

A good week for mail! (Well, most of these were received on the same day, but it was still fun!) Not shown is my most prized possession of 2020 - The Killers’ new album, Imploding the Mirage. Worth checking out as it is pure joy. Bluebird by Malcolm Knox (available 1st September) arrived thanks to... Continue Reading →

More of my favourites from 2018

Yesterday I published my list of my most memorable reads from 2018. In the name of more great reads, I'm following the lead of Australian radio station Triple J. They broadcast their Hottest 100, followed by 101-200 the following day. I'm not sure what to call this list, other than books you should check out!... Continue Reading →

REVIEW: The Baby Doctor by Fiona McArthur

In brief: Sienna Wilson doesn't want to leave her high flying obstetrics director position to investigate birth defects in remote Queensland, but needs must. Especially when they come with Sergeant McCabe to help out… The good: This book has everything you need and then some – drama, romance, friendship and happily ever after. The not-so-good:... Continue Reading →

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