Wow. Lots of Australian, but not many Kiwi books yet.
With The Barrakee Mystery I went far back in time, 1929, for my first Australian selection. My second will also be an Upfield/Napoleon Bonaparte story. There is an interesting hook that I can't resist describing. Stay tuned.
I'm rounding out my Australia category with another Arthur W. Upfield, Napoleon Bonaparte mystery. This one appealed to me because it had real world implications when someone tried to apply Upfield's method of disposing of bodies to a real murder.
My Australasia reading completed.
So is mine with my review of today!
I'v read several Tim Winton books. Cloudstreet is one of his best. Powerful ending—perhaps the only one he could have written for Fish and Quick/
I have started the challenge. I am having the worse trouble trying to enter my url. I don't know why. Please help.
Hi Tea. Welcome onboard. I don´t know what has gone wrong with your Australasia links, but now I have removed them all and I hope the widget won´t tease you tomorrow. Dorte.
I meant to add the name of the book: It's Colour Scheme by Ngaio Marsh
Sorry, Dorte, I am trying to add Dragon Man by Garry Disher but I must have added too many in a short time as nos 49 and 50 are both showing a previous book review instead. Please delete, sorry! (Maxine)
Maxine: I think I have sorted it out. No problem at all.
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