Cover Reveal: The Cinema at Starlight Creek by Alli Sinclair

I'm thrilled to be able to share with you all the cover and book details for Alli Sinclair's upcoming release, The Cinema at Starlight Creek. I just love the old world glamour of this cover set against the Australian rural landscape. About the Book: A heart-stirring novel of loss, love and new hope set against … Continue reading Cover Reveal: The Cinema at Starlight Creek by Alli Sinclair

New Release Book Review: The Last Days Of The Romanov Dancers by Kerri Turner

The Last Days of the Romanov Dancers... About the Book: Petrograd, 1914. A country on a knife edge. The story of two people caught in the middle – with everything to lose… A stunning debut from a talented new Australian voice in historical fiction. Valentina Yershova's position in the Romanovs' Imperial Russian Ballet is the … Continue reading New Release Book Review: The Last Days Of The Romanov Dancers by Kerri Turner

New Release Book Review: The Promised Land by Barry Maitland

The Promised Land... About the Book: Brock and Kolla return in an enthralling new mystery from a master of the genre. Newly promoted Detective Chief Inspector Kathy Kolla investigates a series of brutal murders on Hampstead Heath. Under intense pressure to find answers, she arrests the unlikely figure of John Pettigrew, a failing London publisher … Continue reading New Release Book Review: The Promised Land by Barry Maitland

New Release Book Review: How to be Second Best by Jessica Dettmann

How to be Second Best… About the Book: A hilarious and heart-warming debut that captures the dramas, delights and delirium of modern parenting. This is Marian Keyes meets Allison Pearson, with a dash of Caitlin Moran. Going from one child to two is never all that easy for a family, but when Emma's husband simultaneously … Continue reading New Release Book Review: How to be Second Best by Jessica Dettmann

Book Review: Matryoshka by Katherine Johnson

Matryoshka... About the Book: When Sara Rose returns to live in her recently deceased grandmother’s Tasmanian cottage, her past and that of her mother and grandmother is ever-present. Sara’s grandmother, Nina Barsova, a Russian post-war immigrant, lovingly raised Sara in the cottage at the foot of Mt Wellington but without ever explaining why Sara’s own … Continue reading Book Review: Matryoshka by Katherine Johnson

Book Review: The Sweet Hills Of Florence by Jan Wallace Dickinson

The Sweet Hills Of Florence... About the Book: 1941. Florence, city of strife. It is Hitler’s state visit to Florence and the last of the good times for Mussolini. From now on, he and his lover Clara will cling more closely together, ever more dependent upon each other as their country spirals into civil war … Continue reading Book Review: The Sweet Hills Of Florence by Jan Wallace Dickinson