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Hi and welcome to the August edition of Kerre's Choices. Another four great reads for you this month, starting with The Crimson Rooms. Set in
inter-war Britain, it's the story of Evelyn, a young woman mourning the death of her brother James in the First World War, and trying to make her way as
one of England's first female solicitors. Into her bleak existence comes a charismatic beauty who claims to be the mother of James's son. Who is this mysterious
stranger and what does she want? An absolute cracker and highly recommended. Another page-turner is The Defector, a thoroughly modern spy thriller; and for a
home-grown murder mystery, try Cut and Run - action on every page. Finally, fans of Janet Evanovich will be delighted to see the latest Stephanie Plum hit the
shelves. Lots of fun reading for you, perfect for curling up with on wet weekends. Enjoy!

Do let me know what you think - log on to www.paperplus.co.nz and give me your opinions. There’s a prize pack of books worth $100 to be won every month. Happy Reading.

Genre: Fiction
Author: Janet Evanovich

In the latest installment in this bestselling crime series, Stephanie Plum is back and this time she’s working for Ranger. The international man of mystery is worried. Clients of his security firm have been burgled and he wants Stephanie on the case to help him find where his security has been breached. He’s also very keen to breach Stephanie’s personal security, especially as she’s taking a...
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Genre: Fiction
Author: Katharine McMahon

This is a beauty. In 1924 London, Evelyn Gifford has just started work as one of England’s first female solicitors. But her life is far from exciting. She lives in a house full of women - her mother, her aunt and two maids. All of them are still in mourning for Evelyn’s younger brother, James, a golden boy, handsome, bright and doted on by his family, and one of the millions of casualties of the First World...
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Genre: Fiction
Author: Alix Bosco

Oh, it was such fun playing spot-the-Kiwi-celeb in this cracking thriller from Alix Bosco. A rugby star is found dead, murdered while making love to a beautiful woman. Mikky St Clair is a gorgeous media tart, famous for being famous and for her conquests. Sound like anyone you might have seen in the social pages? Anna Markunas is a legal researcher, employed by the prime...
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Genre: Fiction
Author: Daniel Silva

This is the latest novel in the thriller series featuring art restorer and Israeli spy Gabriel Allon. It’s the sequel to the number-one bestseller Moscow Rules, and although it features many of the same characters, you don’t need to have read it before you pick up The Defector... Having brought down one of Russia’s most powerful and brutal oligarchs, arms dealer Ivan Kharkov, and helped...
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Genre: Non Fiction
Author: Dr Kerry Spackman

World-renowned neuroscientist Dr. Kerry Spackman shows you how to use the ground breaking tools he pioneered for World Champions so you can permanently rewire your brain and take your performance to the next level.

Genre: NZ Non Fiction
Author: Graham Stewart

A pictorial parade of New Zealand since European settlement showing the vast changes, the unbelievable growth of some towns and the demise of others.

Genre: NZ Non Fiction
Author: Lindsay Knight

A fascinating collection of programmes and match reports from 100 years of New Zealand rugby.

Genre: Autobiography
Author: Sir Richard Hadlee

Sir Richard shares his insights into the history of the NZ cricket team and discusses the personal criticism levelled at him by some sports writers, while also telling the story of his last cricketing years. Controversial, honest and amusing.

Genre: Biography
Author: Denis Welch

In 2006 Forbes magazine listed Helen Clark as the 20th most powerful woman in the world. Her time in politics stretches from the anti-war protests of 1968 through the rise of feminism, environmentalism, and to the global financial crisis of 2008 - 40 years of political change.

Genre: NZ Non Fiction
Author: Matthew Wright

New Zealand is full of amazing feats of engineering.
Our number-eight wire mentality has brought about some incredible engineering solutions, from the Manapouri underground power station to Burt Munro's famous
Indian motorcycle.

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