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The Australian Women's Weekly - - Summer Reading -

Nine Per­fect Strangers by Liane Mo­ri­arty, Pan Macmil­lan An ad­dic­tive study of hu­man be­hav­iour is set at a well­ness re­sort, where nine self-ob­sessed strangers are thrown to­gether, sup­pos­edly cast­ing aside their stressed out lives. Fireworks ahead. It Takes One to Know One by Isla De­war, Poly­gon Char­lie was ab­ducted as a baby and find­ing where he came from con­sumed him. Then he opens the Be Kindly Miss­ing Per­sons Bu­reau. Funny, heart­warm­ing and beau­ti­fully writ­ten. The Frag­ments by Toni Jor­dan, Text Pub­lish­ing Jor­dan’s new novel starts with a lit­er­ary mys­tery about a lost book, the second novel of a fa­mous au­thor who died in a fire in New York in the 1930s. The frag­ments be­come fa­mous and when our pro­tag­o­nist goes to see them in an ex­hi­bi­tion, some­thing ex­tra­or­di­nary hap­pens. The For­bid­den Place by Su­sanne Jans­son, Ha­chette En­ter the re­mote Swedish wet­lands where bi­ol­o­gist Nathalie is study­ing the bogs. Nathalie was raised here and she needs to find the truth about the tragedy that hap­pened ... and then the bod­ies start to ap­pear.

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