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Ash Mountain

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Helen FitzGerald is fast cornering the market in quirky psychological crime and this standalone novel is no exception. Fran is forced to return to the dead-end Aussie town of Ash Mountain to care for her father, who is terminally ill. She hates the place, and gradually we discover why – but there are plenty of laugh-out-loud moments along the way. And if that’s not enough, there’s a raging bush fire on the horizon while dark secrets from the past wait to be rediscovered… A real cracker that keeps the reader on their toes throughout. Read our full review here.

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