There is so much to choose from this month, from Stephen King to Candace Bushnell. Here are our top picks.
Luckiest Girl Alive by Jessica Knoll
Ani FaNelli is the woman you love to hate. The woman who has it all. But behind the meticulously crafted façade lies the darkest and most violent of pasts ...
When a documentary producer invites Ani to tell her side of the chilling and violent incident that took place when she was a teenager, she hopes it will be an opportunity to prove how far she's come since then. She'll even let the production company film her wedding to the wealthy Luke Harrison, the final step in her transformation.
But as the wedding and filming converge, Ani's immaculate façade begins to crack, and she soon realises that there's always a price to pay for perfection. Soon to be adapted for film by Reese Witherspoon.
By Sarah MitchellOn November 12, 2013
Robert Dessaix is a writer, translator, broadcaster and occasional essayist. From 1985 to 1995, after teaching Russian language and literature for many years at the Australian National University and the...On December 18, 2014
By Sophia WhitfieldOn April 20, 2016
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By Eva MelandOn November 18, 2013