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50 Hours By E. Marie Seltenrych
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NaNoWriMo Winner, 2010. Anger, fear and suspicion are experienced by three middle-aged Aussie women find themselves victims of drug smuggling at Denpasar Airport. Locked in a cell together they... More > contemplate the death penalty, unlock their secret pasts, uncover their own personalities and hidden characteristics; gain courage to attempt an escape. A pleasant surprise awaits them after their trial and a shock disturbs their lives for ever. Susan Mahoney said, "I just finished your 50 Hours, definitely a masterpiece. Thank you for enjoyable reading. So many insights, you are brilliant. It touched my inner core, I know many readers who are into mysteries will love this story." (Facebook quote)< Less
50 Hours By E. Marie Seltenrych
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NaNoWriMo Winner, 2010. Anger, fear and suspicion are experienced by three middle-aged Aussie women find themselves victims of drug smuggling at Denpasar Airport. Locked in a cell together they... More > contemplate the death penalty, unlock their secret pasts, uncover their own personalities and hidden characteristics; gain courage to attempt an escape. A pleasant surprise awaits them after their trial and a shock disturbs their lives for ever. Susan Mahoney said, "I just finished your 50 Hours, definitely a masterpiece. Thank you for enjoyable reading. So many insights, you are brilliant. It touched my inner core, I know many readers who are into mysteries will love this story." (Facebook quote)< Less
50 Hours NaNoWrimo: Winter, 2010 By E. Marie Seltenrych
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NaNoWriMo Winner, 2010. Anger, fear and suspicion are experienced by three middle-aged Aussie women, who find themselves victims of drug smuggling at Denpasar Airport. Locked in a cell together they... More > contemplate the death penalty, unlock their secret pasts, uncover their own personalities and hidden characteristics; gain courage to attempt an escape. A pleasant surprise awaits them after their trial and a shock disturbs their lives for ever. Susan Mahoney said, "I just finished your 50 Hours, definitely a masterpiece. Thank you for enjoyable reading. So many insights, you are brilliant. It touched my inner core, I know many readers who are into mysteries will love this story." (Facebook quote)< Less
The Whistling Butcher By Robert Whyte
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The whistle is magic. It seduces women for the young Aussie butcher but it weaves a tale of lost love, of espionage and assassination. Finally the whistler has to return to the land of his ancestors... More > to be free of its spell.< Less
Faces in the Street By Pip Wilson
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"She struggled to get women the vote. Her son was Australia's most famous writer. They drove each other crazy." Meticulously researched big Aussie historical novel that takes the lid off... More > the world of Louisa Lawson and Henry Lawson and their circle of radical friends: revolution, poverty, love affairs, madness, drunkenness, sedition, terrorism, passionate hopes, and friendships with some of Australia's most remarkable people. Much historical info here is not in their biographies. "Good stuff – experientially, politically, anecdotally, stylistically, narratively, romantically, alcoholically. What more can one say?" -- Douglas Houston, PhD, co-editor of the Oxford 'Good Fiction Guide'.< Less
Faces in the Street By Pip Wilson
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"She struggled to get women the vote. Her son was Australia's most famous writer. They drove each other crazy." Meticulously researched big Aussie historical novel that takes the lid off... More > the world of Louisa Lawson and Henry Lawson and their circle of radical friends: revolution, poverty, love affairs, madness, drunkenness, sedition, terrorism, passionate hopes, and friendships with some of Australia's most remarkable people. Much historical info here is not in their biographies. "Good stuff – experientially, politically, anecdotally, stylistically, narratively, romantically, alcoholically. What more can one say?" -- Douglas Houston, PhD, co-editor of the Oxford 'Good Fiction Guide'.< Less