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TOO YOUNG FOR A LIFE OF CRIME: THE SECOND VOLUME OF PETE BOONE, PRIVATE EYE By DAVID MURDOCH
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Australia’s Worst Private Detective begins his second year in his West Pennant Falls office. This time around there’s a host of even more bizarre adventures to enjoy, some with an... More > International feel, a few have more than a touch of the supernatural, and an outrageous Christmas tale or two. He’s still in battle with Inspector Gravel and Dirk Lombarde. He’s still dodging the barber. He’s still living his dreamer life of being a ‘real’ private eye (ie. the ones in novels, in motion pictures, and on the television screen). He still hasn’t solved a case. And he’s still arguably the funniest, creative, and most original Australian series on television ever. So, join in the fun!< Less
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Forgive Me Father By Simon Goodway
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David Grange has no reason to live. His life's a mess and Elizabeth doesn't love him. But a long time ago, he made her a promise, and he can't keep it if he's dead. Then fate gives David a fresh... More > start, and a chance to help the girl he loves. But when does 'help' become harassment? When does love become obsession? Is David even capable of telling the difference? And what do you do for a living if you don't exist? Elizabeth couldn't be happier that her stalker has plunged to a bloody death. But if David's really dead, who's been performing nocturnal car repairs and filming her undress? And how could it be possible that her problems are about to get even worse? The prequel to Simon Goodway's debut novel Killing Elizabeth, Forgive Me Father is a thrilling tale of obsession, redemption and bum sex.< Less
CLUE: Murder at Tudor Mansion By Troy Small
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In this thrilling mystery novel with a whole bunch of laughs, the desperate guests at Mr. Boddy's stately English home, Tudor Mansion try to find out "whodunit"! This special author's cut... More > limited edition of Troy Small's Clue: Murder at Tudor Mansion is a family story that will keep you turning the page to see which one of the six famous Clue suspects killed Mr. Boddy! Based on the award winning board game and featuring four endings, this comedic thrill ride will keep you guessing! Trust nobody, suspect everyone!< Less
CLUE: Murder at Tudor Mansion By Troy Small
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In this thrilling mystery novel with a whole bunch of laughs, the desperate guests at Mr. Boddy's stately English home, Tudor Mansion try to find out "whodunit"! This special author's cut... More > limited edition of Troy Small's Clue: Murder at Tudor Mansion is a family story that will keep you turning the page to see which one of the six famous Clue suspects killed Mr. Boddy! Based on the award winning board game and featuring four endings, this comedic thrill ride will keep you guessing! Trust nobody, suspect everyone!< Less
antichaos By donald mcdonald
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An unlikely armed robber, Joe Gorman sticks up a Glasgow bookies. He fires his luger pistol in the air to deter an assailant. This has sinister and unexpected consequences. From then on he is... More > £9000 richer but becomes a fugitive from gangsters, the Glasgow police and Basil Billings, the famous London private eye. Read on to discover how Gorman fares as he is assisted by his trout obsessed companions, the Hill Fishers of Kilpatrick. Forget Rebus and Taggart for a while, and step into the angst-ridden world of Detective Inspector McCutcheon. Join Gorman in his quest to resolve the conundrums of his existence, in relation to his various obsessions: quarks, cosmology and chaos theory, and buses.< Less
The Daily Battles of Hero "H" By Koya Korpz
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Hero "H" is a young superhero who is determined to rid the world of crime despite being plagued with mediocre super abilities, cheap costume, and an incompetent sidekick. Surreal battles,... More > absurd situations, and lack of common sense is encountered in a daily basis as he battles his way to an impossible goal of becoming the greatest hero of his time.< Less
Kat Among the Pigeons By e.c. saunders
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Amateur sleuthing can seriously damage your health. Kat Shakespeare is one heart-pounding step from insolvency when she lands a lucrative contract to troubleshoot a South London council housing... More > estate undergoing a multimillion Euro regeneration. After an unidentifiable human skeleton is discovered in the ruins of a tower block she demolishes,on day one in her new job, our eponymous heroine turns detective, determined to both solve the mystery and bring in the project on time. A laugh-out-loud book with bang-on descriptions and dialogue, and an opening which sets the story off on a trajectory of bizarre characters and quirky humour< Less
The Betrayal By E. Phillips Oppenheim
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Edward Phillips Oppenheim (1866-1946), was an English novelist, in his lifetime a major and successful writer of genre fiction including thrillers. Featured on the cover of Time magazine in 1918, he... More > was the self-styled "prince of storytellers. " He composed more than a hundred novels, mostly of the suspense and international intrigue nature, as well as romances, comedies, and parables of everyday life.< Less
Father Goriot By Honoré de Balzac
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Collectors Edition! Honore de Balzac was a French novelist. He would become one of the creators of Realism in literature. His "Human Comedy" spanned more than 90 novels and short stories in... More > an attempt to comprehend and depict the realities of life in modern bourgeois France .Père Goriot (a.k.a. Father Goriot or Old Goriot) is widely considered to be Balzac's greatest work, an assessment which is difficult to refute. Though this incredibly prolific author habitually churned out novels and stories of four-star quality or better, with this masterpiece he truly hit one out of the park. The novel opens with a detailed description of the Maison Vauquer, a squalid boarding house in a shabby neighborhood, populated by poor students on their way up and poor retirees on their way down. Here dwells Joachim Goriot, a retired pasta manufactur< Less