Book Review – MALICIOUS INTENT by Kathryn Fox

Malicious Intent by Kathryn Fox

Malicious Intent Synopsis:  While investigating the drug overdose of a teenage girl, pathologist and forensic physician, Dr Anya Crichton, discovers striking similarities between the case and a number of apparent suicides. All of the victims disappeared for a period of time before taking their lives in desperate circumstances. As Anya delves deeper, the pathological findings point […]

Book Review – THE HIPPOPOTAMUS by Stephen Fry

The Hippopotamus by Stephen Fry

The Hippopotamus Synopsis:  Ted Wallace is an old, sour, womanising, cantankerous, whisky-sodden beast of a failed poet and drama critic, but he has his faults too. Fired from his newspaper, months behind on his alimony payments, and disgusted with a world that undervalues him, Ted seeks a few months repose and free drink at Swafford Hall, […]

Book Review – THE ROSIE PROJECT by Graeme Simsion

The Rosie Project by Graeme Simsion Text Publishing

The Rosie Project Synopsis  Meet Don. Don is a genetics professor who just might be somewhere on the autistic spectrum. He looks a little like Gregory Peck and is getting married. He just doesn’t know who to yet. But he has designed a very detailed questionnaire to help him find the perfect woman. And it’s definitely […]

Book Review – COMBUSTION by Steve Worland

Combustion by Steve Worland

Combustion Synopsis  Los Angeles. Traffic clogs the streets. Smog chokes the city. And Zac Bunsen is going to burn it all down. On a ruthless quest to save the planet, Bunsen releases the Swarm, an airborne nanotech virus that targets combustion engines and detonates their fuel supply. It is spectacularly, appallingly successful. Terror and chaos reign […]

Book Review – LET’S EXPLORE DIABETES WITH OWLS by David Sedaris

Let's Explore Diabetes with Owls by David Sedaris

Let’s Explore Diabetes with Owls  Synopsis From the unique perspective of David Sedaris comes a new book of essays taking his readers on a bizarre and stimulating world tour. From the perils of French dentistry to the eating habits of the Australian kookaburra, from the squat-style toilets of Beijing to the particular wilderness of a […]

Book Review – THE ART FORGER by B A Shapiro

The Art Forger by B A Shapiro

The Art Forger Synopsis On March 18, 1990, thirteen works of art, today worth over $500 million, were stolen from the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston. It remains the largest unsolved art heist in history, and Claire Roth, a struggling young artist, is about to discover that there’s more to this crime than meets […]

Book Review – THE EARTH HUMS IN B FLAT by Mari Strachan

The Earth Hums in B Flat by Mari Strachan

The Earth Hums in B Flat Synopsis Young Gwenni Morgan is fond of strawberry whip, detective stories, and asking difficult questions. When a neighbour mysteriously vanishes, she resolves to uncover the secret of his disappearance. She truthfully records what she sees and hears: but are her deductions correct? What is the real truth? And what […]

Book Review – GOOD NEWS BAD NEWS by Maggie Groff

Good News Bad News by Maggie Groff

Good News Bad News Synopsis Intrepid investigative journalist Scout Davis has given herself a holiday, but when Hermione Longfellow floats towards her in the supermarket, wanting to engage her services, she stops to listen. Most people in Byron Bay are aware of the eccentric Anemone sisters. Always dressed in black, they rarely leave their home nestled […]