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Into the Water by Paula Hawkins

Into the Water by Paula Hawkins

A classic psychological thriller-cum-mystery murder. Big and complex characters and stories intertwined in the past and the present in a small-town society and mentality. A multifaceted Midsomer Murders. A riveting read, cleverly crafted, that grips you to the very end with its unexpected twist.

Bruny by Heather Rose

Bruny by Heather Rose

Island life and mentality brings insularity and self-protection. But when the new $2bn bridge from Tasmania is blown up, not even an island as small as Bruny is outside the international stage. Is this a single act of terrorism or is it more? A scary but easy-paced questioning of the future of Tasmania specifically which …

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Lost Girls By Jennifer Spence

The Lost Girls by Jennifer Spence

A gentle exploration of the frailty of memory as well as family dynamics as views and experienced by an unwitting time-traveller. By changing things 20 years in her past, can she solve a mystery and save a life in the future? An easy read which generates food for thought.