#SheReviews: Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen

Another world and time, embedded with severe and consequential social strictures of class, gender and social connections, gallantly awaits one upon opening the pages of the stellar novel, Pride and Prejudice. For those not familiar with this book’s title or it’s illustrious […]

#SheReviews: Taken by Dinuka McKenzie

Police investigations in Australia are overwhelmingly intense, concerted and arduous in nature. There is undeniably little margin for error concerning a just result – for victims, their loved ones and the community at large. In short, the police in this country work […]

#SheReviews: Homecoming by Kate Morton

Ubiquitous, historical and contemporary secrets – existing in families, towns and indeed ‘civilised society’ – exist in permutations that are interwoven in the flimsy fabric of a plethora of lives. Consequentially, these secrets (so often sordid and horrific in nature) easily, in […]

#SheReviews Happy Place by Emily Henry

One’s mental and emotional equilibrium is greatly enhanced, and a swift lift given to one’s spirits, by delving (whenever the opportunity arises) into a well crafted and deftly plotted romance novel. It matters little what is happening in one’s life, a romantic […]

#SheReviews The Other Side of Her by Ber Carroll

For a legion of decades, veritably adventurous, optimistic and courageous, perhaps even naive, backpackers from a plethora of nations have temporarily migrated to Australia’s utopian shores. For most of these ebullient and high-spirited young people, their time in our midst is full […]

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