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The Postcard by Leah Fleming

Such a beautiful epic saga, starting in my home town of Adelaide, across to Europe, from World War II to the present. I loved every page as the story unfolded, and brought tears to my eyes as it ended.Continue

Started by Read, Review & Win in Fiction A-Z (General) Aug 25.

The Little Book of Everyday Miracles by Sharon Snir

We all experience coincindences, but this really is an inspirational book that changes your perspective on random coincidences  -  and replaces them as mini miracles.Continue

Started by Read, Review & Win in Non-fiction Aug 25.

Burning Midnight \ by Loren D. Estleman

Amos Walker is one tough private eye whose repertoie of wisecracks seems bottomless.  In this latest adventure, set in the decaying city of Detroit, Walker is retained by a police officer to help convince his daugher-in-law's brother to quit a dangerous Mexican gang.  Of course like all of these adventures, a simple assignment gets complicated once the bodies start piling up.  During the course of his investigation, Walker finds himself involved with a number of colorful characters who populate…Continue

Started by Kim Allen Scott in Detective/Mystery/Crime Aug 17.

Truth and Fear by Peter Higgins 1 Reply

Fantasy gone weird.  A most unsatisfactory ending.  The fate of several characters is left unaccounted for.Four letter words.  The author seems obsessed with them.  An occasional one can add emphasis to a situation.  To use them regularly for the sake of doing so is pointless.1/10Continue

Started by Read, Review & Win in Spy/Political Thriller. Last reply by Read, Review & Win Aug 12.

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