18 SECONDS by George Shuman

What an original thriller! The storyline is simple enough: a blind woman who suffered massive head trauma as a child has the extraordinary capacity to ‘see’ the last 18 seconds of a dead person’s life…

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GIRL MISSING by Tess Gerritsen

This was my first Tess Gerritsen novel, and apparently quite a good place to start. This was Gerritsen’s first cross over into crime, moving away from romance, and for a crime debut it was pretty…

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ALL THE PRETTY GIRLS by J T Ellison

I’m a little late to the J T Ellison party, mostly because she doesn’t appear to have an Australian publisher. To be totally honest, I’ve been reading some rocking crime lately, and this one didn’t…

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NEXT OF KIN by Elsebeth Egholm

First of all, I’d love to come right out and say that this picture might not be the actual Australian-release cover – Next of Kin is not due out until April and this was the…

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BEYOND FEAR by Jaye Ford

I was fortunate enough to get an advance reading copy of this debut novel from former journalist and NSW local, Jaye Ford. The unofficial cover said that it was the most heart-stopping suspense novel from…

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