Monthly Archives: March 2016

The Murder Trail by Leonie Mateer – 2015

This third romp in the Audrey Murders Series is as wacky as the previous two. Audrey is still running her cabins up North in native bush by the beach – and the operation, although improved from the time of The … Continue reading

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American Blood by Ben Sanders – 2015

Want a good old American thriller with cops and killers with ice in their veins and a confusing line between right and wrong? – American Blood is for you, and it is written by Kiwi author Ben Sanders.  Sanders’ new … Continue reading

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The Invisible Mile by David Coventry – 2015

What a breath-taking book!  Coventry has seamlessly inserted a rider into the historical Australia / New Zealand Ravat-Wonder-Dunlop cycling team that took part in the 1928 Tour de France.  The first English-speaking team to take part, they rode in one … Continue reading

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