Daughter of Mine reviewed by Annie

Fiona Lowe’s latest book, Daughter of Mine, reminded me of Monica McInerney’s books, particularly The Alphabet Sisters. This also has three very different sisters, but born in a Victorian country town, with similar family dramas, relationship issues, secrets and lies. The characters are introduced and then the deceit and the surprises are slowly revealed. This Read More …

Storyland reviewed by Marie

A book of short stories, set in different centuries, and linked by a process that doesn’t always work, and is rather contrived. Nevertheless, a skilful combination of settings enabling the author, Catherine McKinnon, to explore the world of five very different people with empathy and verve. Recommended.