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White Throat

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Looking out over an ebb tide from the back verandah was like watching God paint stripes.... Disgraced former lawyer Clementine Jones is on the shores of paradise - Queensland’s Great Sandy Straits - trying to outrun her past.  Bored with her house-sitting gig, she becomes a reluctant recruit to the local environmental group, campaigning to save an endangered turtle as developers close in. Then a body is found at the base of a quarry, and Clem’s world is turned upside down. The police say suicide. Clem’s convinced it was murder. She’s also knows she’s the only one interested in tracking down the killer. Well, the only one apart from her friend Torrens, ex-con and reformed standover man. And he’s got his own fight on his hands.

©2020 Sarah Thornton (P)2020 W F Howes

Narrator: Blazey Best
Length: 8 hrs and 44 mins
Available on Audible
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Lapse

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All it took was a lapse...a momentary lapse...to bring Clementine Jones’ world crashing down. Now she’s living like a hermit in small-town Katinga, coaching the local footy club. She’s supposed to be lying low, but here she is, with her team on the cusp of their first premiership in 50 years - and the whole bloody town counting on her, cheering her on. So why the hell would her star player quit on the eve of the finals? It’s a question she wishes she’d left alone. Others are starting to ask questions too - questions about her. Clem’s not the only one with a secret, and as tension builds, the dark violence just below the town’s surface threatens to erupt. Pretty soon there’ll be nowhere left for Clem to hide.

©2020 Sarah Thornton (P)2021 W F Howes

Narrator: Blazey Best
Length: 8 hrs and 35 mins
Available on Audible
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The Night Letters

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For five years, Australian Doctor Sofia Raso has lived in Kabul’s vibrant Shaahir Square, working with Dr Jabril Aziz to support the local women. She knows that living peacefully in Kabul requires following two simple rules: keep a low profile; and keep out of local affairs.  Yet when threatening night letters from the Taliban taunt the town and young boys disappear from Jamal Mina, Kabul’s largest slum, Sofia can no longer remain silent. While the square is encased by fear, an elegant former warlord proves an unlikely ally, and a former lover re-emerges with a warning. As the search for the boys intensifies, and Sofia feels herself being drawn back into a love affair she thought had ended, it soon becomes clear that answers will bring a heavy price. Gripping and evocative, The Night Letters takes you to the heart of Kabul in a story of secrets, friendship and love in all its imperfect guises.

©2020 Denise Leith (P)2021 W F Howes

Narrator: Blazey Best
Author: Denise Leith
Length: 11 hrs and 13 mins
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The Secret Years

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When Lucy Hunter stumbles upon her grandfather's World War II memorabilia, she finds a faded photograph of a stunning young woman and a series of heartfelt letters. They are clues about the secret years, a period of Lucy's family history that has been kept a mystery...until now. From the wild beauty of the Australian bush to England's rugged south coast, this is a deeply moving story of heartbreak, heroism and homecoming by a beloved multiaward-winning author.

©2015 Barbara Hannay (P)2016 W.F. Howes Ltd

Narrator: Blazey Best
Category: Romance
Length: 11 hrs and 13 mins
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