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Saturday, October 24, 2020
Ian Cubitts
Ian Cubitts

Category: Books

Book talk: Novels by Australian women

Jeff Popple reviews three suspenseful novels by Australian women authors. More of Jeff’s reviews can be found on his blog.

Award-winning author tells authentic Canberra story

Local author Jacqueline de Rose-Ahern's new book Aussie Kids: Meet Matilda at the Festival was released at the start of the month.

Book talk: Enjoyable new releases

This week, Michael Popple looks at three enjoyable new releases from a trio of popular authors.

To hell and back, Shelley bares her ‘Face of Faith’

Part autobiography, part holistic health guide, Canberra-based author Shelley Hunter’s new book Face of Faith is a raw, deeply personal expression of a lifetime of trauma and tragedy, lined with...

Book talk: Books about entertainers

Jeff Popple reviews three books involving actors, musicians and a television presenter. More of Jeff’s reviews can be found on his blog.

Book talk: Historical fiction

This week, Michael Popple looks at three exceptional pieces of historical fiction. You can find more of Michael’s book reviews on his blog: unseenlibrary.com The Gates...

Book talk: 5 Australian books for Dad

Jeff Popple reviews five great Australian books for Dad this Father’s Day! More of Jeff’s reviews can be found on his blog.

Book talk: Deadly podcast novels

This week, Jeff Popple reviews three novels about deadly podcasts! More of Jeff’s reviews can be found on his blog.

Book talk: The Dirty South

Jeff Popple reviews the latest excellent novel by John Connolly, The Dirty South. More of Jeff’s reviews can be found on his blog

Book talk: Science fiction and fantasy

This week, Michael Popple checks out three new impressive science fiction and fantasy novels.

Book talk: Winter reads

Jeff Popple reviews three winter reads for a cold night. More of Jeff’s reviews can be found on his blog: murdermayhemandlongdogs.com The McCalister Legacy by Nicole...

Book talk: July’s most intriguing releases

This week, Michael Popple reviews three of July’s most intriguing releases. You can find more of Michael’s book reviews on his blog: unseenlibrary.com

Book talk: Three new thrillers

Jeff Popple reviews three new thrillers this week. More of Jeff’s reviews can be found on his blog: murdermayhemandlongdogs.com

Book talk: Australian wilderness novels

Jeff Popple reviews three novels set in the Australian wilderness.

Book talk: Non-fiction

eff Popple reviews three interesting Australian non-fiction books for winter reading.

Author chronicles the life and death of murdered Canberra mum, Tara Costigan

In ‘The First Time He Hit Her’, local author Heidi Lemon takes readers into the world of Canberra mother-of-three, Tara Costigan, as her relationship with Marcus Rappel spirals out of control and ends in 2015 when Rappel kills Tara at her home.

Book talk: Science fiction and horror novels

his week, Michael Popple reviews the pick of recent science fiction and horror novels.

Dating lessons from lockdown: what have we learned?

Rachel Givney is an Australian writer and filmmaker. and the author of 'Jane in Love', published by Penguin. Here she shares her views on dating during lockdown - and finds plenty of positives.

Book talk: Romance or suspense

This week, Jeff Popple reviews three romance or suspense novels. More of Jeff’s reviews can be found on his blog: murdermayhemandlongdogs.com

Book talk: Entertaining recent releases

This week, Michael Popple reviews three entertaining recent releases to read by the heater this winter. You can find more of Michael’s book reviews on his blog: unseenlibrary.com

Book talk: Thrilling crime novels

Jeff Popple reviews three new thrilling crime novels. More of Jeff’s reviews can be found on his blog: murdermayhemandlongdogs.com Fair Warning...