Category Archives: Tom Keneally (Aus)

Books of the month: January 2017

Pick of the month I read 11 books for the first month of the year and had a bit more variety than I normally do with one non-fiction work and a non-crime novel. Baby steps to diversity😁 I’ve found it quite difficult to … Continue reading

Posted in Ariana Franklin, Bill Crider, books of the month, Cath Staincliffe, Greg Pyers (Aus), Josephine Pullein-Thompson, Kate Dyer-Seeley, Leif G.W. Persson, Megan Norris (Aus), Rebecca Bradley, Sheila Connolly, Tom Keneally (Aus) | 9 Comments

Review: CRIMES OF THE FATHER by Tom Keneally

There is a type of book it is difficult to discuss. Books which tackle big, important subjects. Books which tackle big, important subjects involving injustice on an almost unimaginable scale. With such books even the mildest of criticism is, often, … Continue reading

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Books of the month: September 2016

Pick of the month With my reading get back to something like normal during September the choice for book of the month was very difficult. Half of the 10 books I finished this month are worthy of the title but … Continue reading

Posted in Belinda Bauer, books of the month, Dorothy L. Sayers, George Pelecanos, Meg Keneally (Aus), Shamini Flint, Sue Williams (Aus), Tania Chandler (Aus), Todd Borg, Tom Keneally (Aus), Val McDermid, Zygmunt Miloszewski | 4 Comments