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Book Review: True Story by Kate Reed Petty

True Storyby Kate Reed PettyRating: ★★★★ Published by Hachette AustraliaPublication Date: 11th of August, 2020Australian RRP: $32.99 “After a college party, two boys drive a girl home: drunk and passed out in the back seat. Rumours spread about what they did to her, but later they’ll tell the police a different version of events. Alice…… Continue reading Book Review: True Story by Kate Reed Petty

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Blog Tour: Sticks and Stones by Katherine Firkin

Sticks & Stonesby Katherine FirkinRating: ★★★★★Published by Penguin Books AustraliaPublication Date: 2nd of June, 2020Australian RRP: $32.99“It’s winter in Melbourne and Detective Emmett Corban is starting to regret his promotion to head of the Missing Persons Unit, as the routine reports pile up on his desk. So when Natale Gibson goes missing, he’s convinced this…… Continue reading Blog Tour: Sticks and Stones by Katherine Firkin

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Book Review: Greenlight by Benjamin Stevenson

Greenlight by Benjamin Stevenson Rating:★★★★ Published by Penguin Books Australia Publication Date: 3rd of September, 2018 Australian RRP: $32.99 Four years ago Eliza Dacey was brutally murdered. Within hours, her killer was caught. Wasn’t he? So reads the opening titles of Jack Quick’s new true-crime documentary. A skilled producer, Jack knows that the bigger the conspiracy, the…… Continue reading Book Review: Greenlight by Benjamin Stevenson

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Book Review: Found by Fleur Ferris

Found By Fleur Ferris Rating: ★★★★ Published by Penguin Australia Publication Date: 2nd of July, 2018 Australian RRP: $19.99 Elizabeth Miller had lived in Deni her entire life. In a small rural town, Beth’s biggest problem is telling her protective and fiercely private father that she has a boyfriend. But when her dad disappears before her and…… Continue reading Book Review: Found by Fleur Ferris

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Book Review: Follow Me *Spoiler Free*

The Amateurs: Follow Me by Sara Shepard Rating: ★★★ 1/2 When Seneca, Maddox, Aerin, and Madison hear about the suspected kidnapping, they notice a jarring detail about the victim: she looks exactly like Aerin’s sister, Helena, who was killed five years earlier. Seneca is convinced she knows who killed Helena, and she can’t shake the feeling…… Continue reading Book Review: Follow Me *Spoiler Free*