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Cheryl Jorgensen

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Time’s Long Ruin by Stephen Orr

Cheryl reviews ‘Time’s Long Ruin’ by Stephen Orr

2 MIN2012 MAR 9
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Time’s Long Ruin by Stephen Orr

The Sinkings by Amanda Curtin

Cheryl reviews‘The Sinkings’ by Amanda Curtin

4 MIN2012 MAR 9
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The Sinkings by Amanda Curtin

The Sense of an Ending by Julian Barnes

Cheryl reviews ‘The Sense of an Ending’ by Julian Barnes

9 MIN2012 MAR 9
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The Sense of an Ending by Julian Barnes

The Gatton Murders by Stephanie Bennett

Cheryl reviews ‘The Gatton Murders’ by Stephanie Bennett

7 MIN2012 MAR 9
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The Gatton Murders by Stephanie Bennett

Radical Gratitude by Andrew Bienkowski and Mary Akers

Cheryl reviews ‘Radical Gratitude’ by Andrew Bienkowski and Mary Akers

2 MIN2012 MAR 9
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Radical Gratitude by Andrew Bienkowski and Mary Akers

Elizabeth in the Garden by Trea Martyn

Cheryl reviews ‘Elizabeth in the Garden’ by Trea Martyn

3 MIN2012 MAR 9
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Elizabeth in the Garden by Trea Martyn

The Wicked Nix by Rachel Claire

Brisbane author and artist, Rachel Claire, has written and illustrated a book for children which will enchant the child in all of us. Paying homage to the verse of Hilaire Belloc and Lewis Carroll, this book also has a serious environmental message, so is very much a tale for the 21st century. Watch this space […]

9 MIN2012 MAR 1
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The Wicked Nix by Rachel Claire

Waiting for Robert Capa by Susana Fortes

Waiting for Robert Capa by Susana Fortes, translated by Adriana V. Lopez. “Robert Capa” is the name and persona invented by Gerda Taro to successfully market photographs taken by herself and Endre Friedmann in Paris in 1935. Gerda was born Gerta Pohorylle in Stuttgart, a Jewish citizen who fled the Nazis to Paris where she […]

10 MIN2012 FEB 27
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Waiting for Robert Capa by Susana Fortes

The First Fleet: The Real Story

The First Fleet: The Real Story Alan Frost Black Inc: $29.95 Australians have been led to believe for many decades that The First Fleet’s primary aim was to cleanse British society of its convict population by dumping it on these shores. Furthermore, it was believed the voyage itself was poorly planned and haphazardly equipped. Emeritus […]

9 MIN2011 JUL 7
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The First Fleet: The Real Story

Death and the Virgin by Chris Skidmore

Elizabeth 1 was in love with the married Robert Dudley. Did she have any part in the death of his wife? This intriguing mystery has tested the intellects and imaginations of people for generations. But some new evidence has come to light. Chris Skidmore weaves an enthralling tale based on careful and thorough research.

5 MIN2010 NOV 2
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Death and the Virgin by Chris Skidmore
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Latest Episodes

Time’s Long Ruin by Stephen Orr

Cheryl reviews ‘Time’s Long Ruin’ by Stephen Orr

2 MIN2012 MAR 9
Comments
Time’s Long Ruin by Stephen Orr

The Sinkings by Amanda Curtin

Cheryl reviews‘The Sinkings’ by Amanda Curtin

4 MIN2012 MAR 9
Comments
The Sinkings by Amanda Curtin

The Sense of an Ending by Julian Barnes

Cheryl reviews ‘The Sense of an Ending’ by Julian Barnes

9 MIN2012 MAR 9
Comments
The Sense of an Ending by Julian Barnes

The Gatton Murders by Stephanie Bennett

Cheryl reviews ‘The Gatton Murders’ by Stephanie Bennett

7 MIN2012 MAR 9
Comments
The Gatton Murders by Stephanie Bennett

Radical Gratitude by Andrew Bienkowski and Mary Akers

Cheryl reviews ‘Radical Gratitude’ by Andrew Bienkowski and Mary Akers

2 MIN2012 MAR 9
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Radical Gratitude by Andrew Bienkowski and Mary Akers

Elizabeth in the Garden by Trea Martyn

Cheryl reviews ‘Elizabeth in the Garden’ by Trea Martyn

3 MIN2012 MAR 9
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Elizabeth in the Garden by Trea Martyn

The Wicked Nix by Rachel Claire

Brisbane author and artist, Rachel Claire, has written and illustrated a book for children which will enchant the child in all of us. Paying homage to the verse of Hilaire Belloc and Lewis Carroll, this book also has a serious environmental message, so is very much a tale for the 21st century. Watch this space […]

9 MIN2012 MAR 1
Comments
The Wicked Nix by Rachel Claire

Waiting for Robert Capa by Susana Fortes

Waiting for Robert Capa by Susana Fortes, translated by Adriana V. Lopez. “Robert Capa” is the name and persona invented by Gerda Taro to successfully market photographs taken by herself and Endre Friedmann in Paris in 1935. Gerda was born Gerta Pohorylle in Stuttgart, a Jewish citizen who fled the Nazis to Paris where she […]

10 MIN2012 FEB 27
Comments
Waiting for Robert Capa by Susana Fortes

The First Fleet: The Real Story

The First Fleet: The Real Story Alan Frost Black Inc: $29.95 Australians have been led to believe for many decades that The First Fleet’s primary aim was to cleanse British society of its convict population by dumping it on these shores. Furthermore, it was believed the voyage itself was poorly planned and haphazardly equipped. Emeritus […]

9 MIN2011 JUL 7
Comments
The First Fleet: The Real Story

Death and the Virgin by Chris Skidmore

Elizabeth 1 was in love with the married Robert Dudley. Did she have any part in the death of his wife? This intriguing mystery has tested the intellects and imaginations of people for generations. But some new evidence has come to light. Chris Skidmore weaves an enthralling tale based on careful and thorough research.

5 MIN2010 NOV 2
Comments
Death and the Virgin by Chris Skidmore
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