Karen Chisholm

We took a couple of weeks off over Christmas / New Year and spent the time driving around in the new car (working out how to drive it / charge it / where the cup holders are - all that sort of stuff), and managed a couple of days of long meanders with the dogs when it wasn't hot enough to melt concrete. Also did some reading - some of which was catchup / some f2f bookclub and some, just because. All of them are marked as review to come as it'll take me a little while to tick off the general admin / email backlog / what was I doing before the break work stuff.

Stone Town
ISBN
9780143777274
Review Written By
Karen Chisholm
Black River
ISBN
9781761066184
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Review Written By
Karen Chisholm
The Consequence
Publisher
Review Written By
Karen Chisholm
Conviction
ISBN
9781761065323
Publisher
Review Written By
Karen Chisholm
Missing, Presumed Dead
Author
ISBN
9781761104459
Publisher
Review Written By
Karen Chisholm
Masala and Murder
Author
ISBN
9789391125158
Book Number (in series)
1
Review Written By
Karen Chisholm
Crocodile Tears
Author
ISBN
9781925816570
Publisher
Book Number (in series)
5
Review Written By
Karen Chisholm
Too Much Lip
ISBN
9780702259968
Review Written By
Karen Chisholm
Riptides
ISBN
9780143792086
Review Written By
Andrea Thompson
Small Mercies
ISBN
9781925849707
Review Written By
Karen Chisholm
Snake Island
Author
ISBN
9781760527235
Publisher
Review Written By
Gordon Duncan
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Agatha Raisin and the Fairies of Fryfam
Author
ISBN
9781504614757
Book Number (in series)
10
Review Written By
Karen Chisholm
Good Girl Bad Girl
ISBN
9780733638053
Publisher
Book Number (in series)
1
Review Written By
Andrea Thompson
See You At The Toxteth
ISBN
9781176087563
Publisher
Book Number (in series)
43
Review Written By
Andrea Thompson
Karen Chisholm

I remember very well when this triple murder occurred, so I'm hoping this book will cast some light into dark places.

From the Blurb:

'The slaughter was extravagant and bloody. And yet there were people in the small town of Wedderburn in Central Victoria who, while they did not exactly rejoice, quietly thought that Ian Jamieson had done them all a favour.'