2017 Summer Reading Guide

2017 Summer Reading Guide

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Staff picks - November 2017

Staff picks – November 2017

November 2017 Natasha The Rest of Their Lives (by same author as Reader on the 627) by Jean Paul Diderlaurent $29.99 (Macmillan) ADULT FICTION I was beyond…

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Staff picks - October 2017

Staff picks – October 2017

Natasha Force of Nature (Sequel to The Dry) by Jane Harper (Macmillan) AUSSIE ADULT FICTION Jane Harper had a killer of a year in 2016 when…

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Staff picks - September 2017

Staff picks – September 2017

September 2017 Natasha The Choke by Sofie Laguna – $32.99 (Allen & Unwin) AUSSIE ADULT FICTION *Winner of the Miles Franklin 2015 for Eye of the…

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Staff picks - August 2017

Staff picks – August 2017

Natasha TINMAN BY SARAH WINMAN – $29.99 (HACHETTE) ADULT FICTION I am a huge believer that big books are not always the best. Sometimes sharp, clear…

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Staff Picks - July 2017

Staff Picks – July 2017

Natasha WIMMERA BY MARK BRANDI – $29.99 (HACHETTE) AUSSIE ADULT FICTION Hauntingly tragic, this debut by Aussie Mark Brandi made it to the top of my…

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Staff Picks - June 2017

Staff Picks – June 2017

June 2017 Natasha The Dark Lake by Sarah Bailey – $32.99 (Allen & Unwin) AUSSIE DEBUT FICTION My prediction is that Sarah Bailey’s name will…

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Staff Picks - May 2017

Staff Picks – May 2017

May 2017 Natasha INTO THE WATER by PAULA HAWKINS – $32.99 (Doubleday Publishers) AUSSIE THRILLER Like most fans of Girl on the Train, I was…

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Staff Picks - April 2017

Staff Picks – April 2017

Natasha THE MIDSUMMER GARDEN BY KIRSTY MANNING – $29.99 (Allen & Unwin) AUSSIE ADULT HISTORICAL FICTION Admittedly, three things drew me into reading the debut novel…

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Deal of the month

Deal of the month

Bad Dad by David Walliams 10% off ($19.99rrp) (KIDS’ FICTION) The new heart-warming and hilariously brilliant story from number one bestselling author David Walliams. Beautifully…

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