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A small-town murder mystery with lots of suspects, dull police, amateur sleuths, a bundle of local secrets and lashings of glitter. Tippy ..read more
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After reading some works you just see the world differently, maybe for a moment, maybe a few hours or days, maybe permanently. Pūrākau ..read more
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In Paul Cleave’s Whatever it takes we have moved away from his ‘gateway to hell’ Christchurch to Acacia Pines, a small isolated town ..read more
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Graphic Novels can be beautiful, informative, funny, moving and sad.  Rufus Marigold is all of these.  Rufus Marigold is the alter ego of ..read more
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Pearly Gates is a very important man, in his own eyes.  He has been the Mayor of a small north Otago town for some years, and at the ..read more
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Identity is at the heart of this amazing novel, mainly set in post-perestroika Russia and Kazakhstan.  The Koryo-saram are ethnic Koreans ..read more
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I love short short story collections and Soul etchings is a superb example.  A collection of evocative snippets, about loss, grief, ..read more
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Erotic Romance is all about the tension between the main protagonists – and Home to me is a pure example – emotionally damaged Lucy ..read more
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We first met Dan Delaney as a young wannabe detective holding the fort on Somes Island in Wellington Harbour in 1935, then again back in ..read more
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Heart surgeon Dr. Donald Effler once said that to be great, a surgeon must have “a driving ego”, “a passion for perfectionism.”  ..read more

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