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Settle down with False Witness, or choose from 4 other great eBook titles

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False Witness by Karin Slaughter

He saw what you did.. he knows who you are. Just when they thought they'd got away with it.. they were wrong.

Leigh and her sister Callie are not bad people - but one night, more than two decades ago, they did something terrible. The result was a childhood tarnished by secrets, broken by betrayal and devastated by violence.

Years later, Leigh has pushed that night from her mind and became a successful lawyer, but when she is forced to take on a new client against her will, her world begins to spiral out of control..

The client knows the truth about what happened twenty-three years ago and unless they stop him, he's going to tear their lives apart..

 

The Good Girl by Mary Kubica

For fans of Gone Girl, this is an addictively suspenseful and tautly written thriller not to be missed. It will reveal how even in a perfect family, nothing is as it seems..

Born to a prominent Chicago judge and his stifled wife, Mia Dennett moves against the grain as a young inner-city art teacher. One night, Mia enters a bar to meet her on-again, off-again boyfriend but when he doesn't show, she unwisely leaves with an enigmatic strange, Colin Thatcher.

Colin's job was to abduct Mia and deliver her to his employers. But the plan takes an unexpected turn when Colin suddenly decides to hide Mia in a secluded cabin in rural Minnesota, evading the police and his deadly superiors.

Mia soon finds herself at the centre of a wild extortion plot, and no one could have predicted the emotional entaglements that eventually causes this family's world shatter.

 

The Dressmakers of Yarrandarrah Prison by Meredith Jaffe

Can a wedding dress save a bunch of hardened crims? A funny, dark and moving novel about finding humanity, friendship and redemption in unexpected places.

Derek's daughter, Debbie, is getting married. He's desperate to be there, but he's banged up in Yarrandarrah Correctional Centre for embezzlement, and, thanks to his ex-wife, Lorraine, he hasn't spoken to Debbie in years. He wants to make a grand gesture to show her how much he loves her - but what?

Inspiration strikes while he's embroidering a cushion at his weekly prison sewing circle, he'll make her a wedding dress.

His fellow stitchers rally around and soon this motley gang of crims are immersed in a joyous whirl of silks, satins and covered buttons. But as time runs out, tension rise both inside and outside the prison and the wedding dress project takes on greater significance.

 

How to Mend a Broken Heart by Rachael Johns

Summer in New Orleans means hot days, long nights, spooky stories and surprising new beginnings.

Felicity Bell has struggled to move on after her marriage broke down. Her ex has found love again, her children have their own lives and it's beginning to feel like her only comfort comes from her dog and her job as a taxidermist. So when Flick gets an offer to work in New Orleans for a few months, she's drawn to the chance to make a fresh start.

Zoe is ready to start a family with her husband, but when he betrays her, she's let shattered and desperate for a change of scenery. Joining her mother on the other side of the world to drown her sorrows seems the perfect solution.

A chance meeting with Aurelia, a reclusive artist who surprises them with lessons from her life, prompts Flick and Zoe to reassess what they want too. Can all three women learn from the past in order to embrace their future?

 

Twelve Rules for Living a Better Life by Reverend Bill Crews with Roger Joyce

A straight-talking, uplifting and inspiring guide to living a better life and becoming a better human being - through compassion, tolerance, acceptance and love - from one of our very best, most authentic and genuine persons, the Reverend Bill Crews.

Named one of Australia's 100 most influential people, he's a fierce campaigner against poker machine gambling even though it was proceeds of a horse race that first established his soup kitchen that now feeds thousands across the city. His Sunday-night radio show is the most widely listened to across the nation and he often makes the news with inspiring article headlines that read: 'What if we were all like Bill Crews?'.

Bill is a 75 year old minister that has spent his entire adult life in the service of others, giving voice to the truly voiceless, be it the prostitutes on the streets of Sydney's Kings Cross, refugees fleeing ISIS in a shanty-town camp in Northern France or Korean women abused during WWII.
 

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