Mailbox Monday and What I’m Reading: 26/8/19

Last week my run of reading non-fiction continued but it's time to move back to the fictional. Who could resist these wonderful books that arrived in the mail this week? (You'll have to wait for another week to see what I actually bought). Love, Unscripted by Owen Nicholls (available tomorrow, RRP $32.99) arrived from Hachette.... Continue Reading →

REVIEW: Sisters and Brothers by Fiona Palmer

In brief: Bill is lonely after his wife's death. His daughter Sarah is trying to fill the void in her life. But their family is about to become much bigger in unexpected ways… The good: Very interesting premise for the plot. The not-so-good: I felt both Sarah and Emma were stereotypes at times of the... Continue Reading →

The Family Secret by Fiona Palmer

In brief: Kim's in a man drought until two very different men enter her life – Charlie, local insurance man and reclusive Harry. As two tales are told across two time periods, will secrets come to light? The good: Blends rural romance with the darker past of Australia – and brings some issues to light.... Continue Reading →

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