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Agatha Christie's Blue Year

Agatha Christie's "Blue Year"

When Writing NSW asked if I would like to review On the Blue Train by Kristel Thornell, a novel about the eleven days in 1926 when Agatha Christie disappeared, I thought it would be an interesting assignment and a chance to learn more about this famous author. And to finally read one of her books.

Dyschronia by Jennifer Mills

Dyschronia by Jennifer Mills

Jennifer Mills sets Dyschronia in the run-down coastal town of Clapstone. Sam is twenty-five, and the townsfolk view her as an oracle and depends upon her visions for their survival. And yet, a great catastrophe has occurred: the sea has disappeared, seemingly taking with it Clapstone's last hope.

A Roman Death by Joan O’Hagan

A Roman Death by Joan O’Hagan

This ancient-world whodunnit, A Roman Death, is set in 45 BC. Julius Caesar is at the height of his power, yet disquiet grows under his dictatorship. The Ides of March looms, and Rome will soon descend into turmoil. And yet Caesar's is not the only Roman death!

Ex Machina Movie

Ex Machina Movie

Over the summer holidays, I caught an ABC Science Show podcast, The Year in Tech. Science reporter, Ariel Bogle, discussed with her editor, Jonathan Webb, tech stories which had caught her eye in 2017. She opened with an audio clip from the Ex Machina movie that instantly spiked my interest.

Dog On It by Spencer Quinn

Dog On It by Spencer Quinn

Dog On It is the first book in Spencer Quinn’s Chet and Bernie mystery series. It’s a detective novel featuring Bernie Little, “a slightly down-at-heel private investigator”, and Chet, his “partially K-9 trained” dog who failed the police-dog test when a cat appeared. Chet is also the book's narrator.

Loopholes by Susan McCreery

Loopholes by Susan McCreery

Loopholes by Thirroul based author, Susan McCreery, is a collection of microfiction, or very short stories. Wiktionary.org defines the genre as “Fiction that has a significantly shorter than average length.” Synonyms include drabble, flash fiction, flashfic, short-short story, sudden fiction and even twitterature.

Dyschronia by Jennifer Mills

Jennifer Mills sets Dyschronia in the run-down coastal town of Clapstone. Sam is twenty-five, and the townsfolk view her as an oracle and depends upon her visions for their survival. And yet, a great catastrophe has occurred: the sea has disappeared, seemingly taking with it Clapstone's last hope.

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