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Ready player one / Cline, Ernest,

Whakaputanga: . 374 pages ; 21 cm.

I loved this book and I highly recommend it, especially if you're a child of the 80s. I tāpiritia 07/02/2018 nā Nicola

A summer at sea / Fforde, Katie,

Whakaputanga: . 357 pages : , Maps on endpapers. 24 cm.

Once again Katie FForde delighted me with a fine romance and interesting details of a midwifes profession. Romance in the highlands and a life aboard a boat touring the coast of Scotland. just the read for a summers afternoon. Lynne I tāpiritia 20/11/2017 nā Lynne

Do or die / Gerritsen, Tess,

Whakaputanga: . 381 pages ; , "Two classic thrillers in one pulse-pounding volume" -- Cover. 24 cm.

Don't be fooled, these two stories are Romances with Murder overtones. I tāpiritia 20/11/2017 nā Kath

Butterfly on the storm / Lucius, Walter,

Whakaputanga: . 519 pages ; 24 cm.

great book and so up to date cannot wait to read the next two books as butterfly on the storm is the first book of a triology and the ending of his first book leaves you wondering what has happened I tāpiritia 26/10/2017 nā Margaret

A dying breed / Hanington, Peter,

Whakaputanga: London : Two Roads, 2016 . 421 pages ; 24 cm Rā: 2016

a very interesting and well written book different from most suspense books but exciting I tāpiritia 26/10/2017 nā Margaret

The lightkeeper's daughter / Pendziwol, Jean,

Whakaputanga: . 310 pages ; , "When you live on an island, nothing is secret" -- cover. 24 cm.

this is a very good first adult novel and i hope to see more of this author. an excellent storyline which grips you straight away and holds you until the end . Lynne I tāpiritia 15/10/2017 nā Lynne

Secrets of the sea house / Gifford, Elizabeth.

Whakaputanga: London : Corvus, 2013 . 308 p. ; 24 cm. Rā: 2013

this book I believe the category should be fiction not suspense I tāpiritia 21/09/2017 nā Margaret

Gideon's corpse / Preston, Douglas J.,

Whakaputanga: New York : Grand Central Pub., 2012 . 355 p. ; 24 cm. Rā: 2012

I don't enjoy this character as much as Agent Pendergast. Worked out who one of the bad guys was half way through book so didn't enjoy the read very much. I tāpiritia 02/07/2017 nā Jennifer

Fever dream / Preston, Douglas J.,

Whakaputanga: New York : Grand Central Pub., 2010 . 405 p. ; 24 cm. Rā: 2010

Lots ot twists and can't wait to read the next one in the series. I tāpiritia 02/07/2017 nā Jennifer

Crimson shore / Preston, Douglas J.,

Whakaputanga: . 339 pages ; , Map on endpapers. 24 cm.

Loved it! I tāpiritia 02/07/2017 nā Jennifer

Red sister / Lawrence, Mark,

Whakaputanga: . x, 467 pages ; 24 cm.

This book is a great read. Adventure. loyalty, sister hood with blades.

I tāpiritia 30/06/2017 nā Maree

The wheel of darkness / Preston, Douglas J.,

Whakaputanga: New York : Warner Books, 2007 . 388 p. ; , Eighth novel featuring Special Agent Aloysius Pendergast. 24 cm. Rā: 2007

Loved this book. Great mix of mystery and fantasy that goes from Tibet to a giant ocean liner. Juts disappointed that I couldn't find any of the earlier books in the series in the library catalogue. :( I tāpiritia 09/06/2017 nā Jennifer

Cemetery dance / Preston, Douglas J.,

Whakaputanga: London : Orion, 2009 . 435 pages ; 24 cm Rā: 2009

This was the first book I have read by these authors. Very clever story and great mix of mystery, fantasy and horror. Looking forward to reading more of them. I tāpiritia 09/06/2017 nā Jennifer

Keith H. Anderson's Taranaki : celebrating the life and art of a mountain man / Anderson, Berta.

Whakaputanga: Stratford, N.Z. : B. Anderson, 2004 . 134 p. : 22 x 29 cm. Rā: 2004

What a wonderful book telling some of Keith Anderson's story, but also amazing reference of his oil paintings of and around the Mountain and other places of meaning to him. Absolutely loved finding this book and enjoying the stories it tells. Jenni Corbett

I tāpiritia 29/05/2017 nā Jennifer

Never say die / Gerritsen, Tess,

Whakaputanga: . 285 pages ; 23 cm.

This book isn't quite as bad as the cover suggests, but getting close. I tāpiritia 15/05/2017 nā Kath

To the sea / Dibley, Christine,

Whakaputanga: . 451 pages ; 24 cm

I found this to be a mystical story mixed with ordinaryness of solving a missing person case. The usual cast of characters the missing persons family and friends, and the detective and his team. But the story drew me in and I became engrossed wondering just what had happened to the missing girl. The Detective is drawn in too and becomes more involved with the family and the stories they tell. I have to say i did not expect the ending. which really surprised me. I tāpiritia 28/03/2017 nā Lynne

Jean harley was here / Johnson, Heather Taylor,

Whakaputanga: . 242 pages ; 23 cm.

The cover says this is a book to "savour" and I agree. It is delicately written and poetically it delves into the minds of each character left behind, their memories of Jean and the turns their lives take after her death. The effect of their memories of Jean changes the ways some of them live their lives and even affects the person who accidentally ran her over. I am happy to recommend this novel. I tāpiritia 28/03/2017 nā Lynne

The bear and the nightingale / Arden, Katherine,

Whakaputanga: . 324 pages ; 23 cm.

I found this book enthralling, the descriptions of Russian life and the bleak conditions of life lived so far away from the comfort of cities. It's an old story reselling folk tales and spirits and demons in the night . The heroine is a wild young girl who grows strong and desires to save her people even though the priest has turned them against her. A very good read. I tāpiritia 19/03/2017 nā Lynne

The satanic mechanic / Andrew, Sally,

Whakaputanga: . 312 pages ; 24 cm

The second in what I hope will be a long series by this author I was as enthralled by this mystery crime novel and the characters in it as I was by the first book. Tannie Maria is still dealing with her issues from an abusive marriage. Her fellow crime investigators Jess and Policeman boyfriend Henk are further developed in this story. And of course all through the story there is food glorious food which helps each different situation. I almost put on weight just reading it. Another spellbinding story can't wait for the next one. Lynne I tāpiritia 29/01/2017 nā Lynne

The things you do for love / Crowther, Rachel,

Whakaputanga: . 440 pages ; 20 cm.

A good yarn about family dynamics. I enjoyed it and would describe it as a good holiday read. Will look for more by this author. Lynne I tāpiritia 18/01/2017 nā Lynne

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