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Ash Mountain

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Ash Mountain by Helen Fitzgerald front cover

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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