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The Unexpected Inheritance of Inspector Chopra by Vaseem Khan

Author Vaseem Khan first saw the elephant that inspired The Unexpected Inheritance of Inspector Chopra during a trip to Mumbai almost 20 years before writing this, his debut novel. We meet the title character, Inspector Chopra, in the modern city of Mumbai  on the day that he is forced into early retirement from the police force. This is […]


A middle-aged cop and a teenage girl fall to their death from a high-rise building in London’s East End. The girl had abducted a 5 year old boy. Left behind horrified and in shock on the roof are young PC Lizzie and the child, Ben. Lizzie disappears and Sarah Collins from Police Internal Investigation is […]

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September Online ebook Club – Vengeance

This month we’re celebrating crime season with Vengeance, a collection of short stories on the theme of … unsurprisingly … ‘vengeance’. The stories have been written by some of our top crime writers including Lee Child, Michael Connelly and Karin Slaughter. Here are some discussion questions to get you started: Did you have a favourite […]

Sins Of The Brother by Mark Whittaker & Les Kennedy

Sins of the brother by Mark Whittaker & Les Kennedy is the second book I have read about Ivan Milat this year. The first, Milat: inside Australia’s biggest manhunt by former detective and assistant commissioner of the NSW Police Clive Small, provided a personal account of how he led the investigation into the Belanglo State Forest murders and convicted Milat. […]

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Big Library Read: Eyes on You

From June 9 – June 23 join millions of readers around the world as they read the ebook or listen to the eaudiobook, Eyes on You.


Trash by Andy Mulligan I loved this raw emotional book set in the slums of an unnamed country that could easily be any third world country. It is far removed from the tourist strip and is told through multiple narrators. It follows the lives of 3 dumpsite children, Raphael, Gardo and Rat, as they sort through the […]

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The English Girl by Daniel Silva

The English Girl by Daniel Silva. The story in this book is quite riveting and well worth reading.  It is a different style of genre from which I have normally been reading.  The story takes place amidst the political machinations of England and the kidnapping of an English girl who had a promising career within […]


Damage by Felix Francis. Felix Francis has a 40 year history of working with his famous father Dick Francis, assisting with the great thrillers which are set in the British horse racing world. Damage is the fourth novel which Felix has written on his own after the death of his father in February 2010. Jeff […]

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A tiger in Eden by Chris Flynn

A tiger in Eden is the debut novel from Irish-Australian Chris Flynn. It follows the character of Billy, a Loyalist street fighter on the run from the police in Northern Ireland. Billy is currently residing on the beaches of Thailand where he plays the part of the stereotypical tourist – getting involved in sex, drugs […]

An Iron Rose

I am on a bit of a Peter Temple read-a-thon at the moment. Having recently read all the Jack Irish series and thoroughly enjoying them I have now embarked on his stand alone books, starting with An Iron Rose. However I think I could be forgiven for thinking I was reading another Jack Irish novel. Mac […]


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