The Geography of Friendship by Sally Piper

Three women retrace the steps of a trek, taken twenty years earlier, that ended with devastating and long-lasting consequences for them all. Trying to reconnect with each other and work through the trauma, the unravelling of the event will have you turning the pages. Publisher: The University of Queensland Press with Sample and Bookclub Notes Read More …

The Ones You Trust by Caroline Overington

Breakfast TV and all of the scrutiny the hosts are put under, particularly the women, are examined in this thriller, where Emma from the couch of Cuppa, has her worst nightmare come true. Her youngest child has gone missing and it is all played out in the media. Revealing and mesmerising. Publisher: Harper Collins Publishers Read More …

Mercy Point by Anna Snoekstra

Four teenagers at the same school who have at best not even been friends, and at worst, enemies, find they have something in common, but it requires them to work together to uncover the truth. This young adult novel is refreshingly unique, and will keep readers engaged to find out what the secret is behind Read More …

The Love That I Have by James Moloney

Nazi Germany is seen from both sides of the fence through Margot, a teenager working in the mailroom of a concentration camp, and Dieter, one of the prisoners whose mail she reads as part of her job. This heart-wrenching story is suitable for older teens and adults. Publisher: Harper Collins Publishers Australia with Reading Group Read More …

The Nowhere Child by Christian White

Kim’s world is shattered when she is told she could be the sister of an American man who remembers the disappearance of his two-year-old sibling years before. This mystery/drama will have you guessing what has happened until the final pages. Publisher: Affirm Press Reviews – Marie Tara Vivian Annie Christian White – Website Twitter