The incredulousby Vikki PetraitisAllen and Unwin Warning: This review contains mentions of sexual assault Lead Detective Antigone Pollard was set to move away from Melbourne after the tragic ramifications of her latest case. Gemma Watson had come to see her after she was sexually assaulted, but the “tall guy withRead More →

Stop me if you’ve heard this before. A dystopian future destroyed by climate change and other semi-apocalyptic events. Excessive police force enforcing questionable laws. And an officer who quickly transforms into what he was hunting. If you immediately thought of a dozen different sci-fi books and movies, that’s completely understandable.Read More →

South Africa’s two brightest and most incorruptible police detectives have been demoted and thrown into the background for the crime of their latest book about uncovering government corruption – but at least Benny Griessel and Vaughn Cupido are still alive. Their only hope is to keep their mouths shut andRead More →

Reporter chasing virgin birth produces page turner book review British novelist Clare Chambers’ latest work was shortlisted for the Women’s Prize for fiction last year British novelist Clare Chambers’ latest work was shortlisted for the Women’s Prize for fiction last year Photo credit: Shutterstock When Jean Swinney receives a letterRead More →

Photo courtesy of Michael Balkind Michael Balkind, acclaimed Somers mystery novelist, tells a story of skiing, fame and the Olympics in a jaw-dropping new book. Somers-based novelist Michael Balkind has made a name for himself creating harrowing mysteries that intersect with the world of sport, penning five books that focusRead More →

In his new show, “Fix My Flip”, page turner helps transform dilapidated houses into magnificent homes that sell for a considerable profit. Still, as easy and fun as it may seem on TV to renovate properties, Turner knows that’s the exception rather than the rule. “I’ve seen the costly mistakesRead More →

Book title:Middle Passage ISBN-13:9781529078107 Author:Charles Johnson Editor: Picador Guide price:£9.99 Books reissued as part of the Picador Collection series make up an eclectic list of modern classics. The exhausted “modern classic” descriptor tends to deflect rather than bolster a book these days, but, when set aside, the strength of thisRead More →

When Amari Whiting isn’t playing basketball – and that’s rare – she’s reading. The Burley High School women’s basketball star can often be seen with a book in her hands ahead of the whistleblowing. “The boy in the striped pajamas” is his favorite. “We took a picture of her gettingRead More →

Donate $5 using spotpass to support local community news Tens of thousands of new reads will be on offer to local bookworms this month as the Geelong West Book Fair makes its long-awaited return. The Rotary Club of Geelong West will bring its main fundraiser back to the local townRead More →

Series premieres in six episodes Thursday March 10at 9 p.m. ET/PT New York — Licensed real estate agent page turnerwho first caught the attention of real estate aficionados as the co-star of the HGTV hit Flip or Flop Nashville, come home California to help overwhelmed pinball machines in his newRead More →

November 29, 2021 – Talking about dreadful illnesses might not be your idea of ​​a fun vacation talk, but Lydia Kang, MD, co-author of Patient Zero: A Curious History of the Worst Diseases in the World, think it should be. After all, we are in the midst of a pandemic,Read More →

“It captures the essence of Petersburg, its heart and soul” – Bill Nicholson PETERSBURG — Philanthropist Bill Nicholson is contributing to the Petersburg Public Library with one of his favorite Catherine Venable paintings, aptly titled ‘The Page Turner.’ “It captures the essence of Petersburg, its heart and soul,” Nicholson said.Read More →

The titles are pithy – a single, evocative, slightly unsettling word. “Coma.” “Epidemic.” “Contagion.” “Pandemic.” And now, “Viral”. Stories are page-turners of “How could this get worse?” school of literature. It always does, of course. And the endings are never perfectly linked. It’s the hallmark of ophthalmologist-author Robin Cook, andRead More →

Equations is a story of aspiration and social change, of individual ambition and family ties, told through the lives of two families, the Sikand, a wealthy business clan, and the Kumar, who are their family. domestic help. In 1980s New Delhi, Aahan Sikand and Rajesh Kumar are childhood playmates whoRead More →

Structural racism occurs when the institutions of a society – schools, courts, the private sector, etc. – reinforce racial hierarchies and, historically speaking, the values ​​of white supremacy. Interpersonal racism is when an individual says or does something racist. These two forms of racism, although distinct, merge when a racistRead More →

Picador has landed swan divea one-of-a-kind book by award-winning New York City Ballet soloist Georgina Pazcoguin. Publishing director Georgina Morley acquired the UK and Commonwealth rights from Brandi Bowles of United Talent Agency. Picador will publish swan dive on October 14, 2021, after Henry Holt in the United States onRead More →