I have read a mixture of new release and previously published books and the main genres I covered were fiction (contemporary/thriller), biography/autobiography and true crime. My favourite fiction books were Traces of Absence by Susan Holoubeck, House For All Seasons by Jenn. J McLeod, Blood Secret by Jaye Ford and After the Darkness by Honey Brown. My favourite biographies/autobiographies were Through My Eyes by Lindy Chamberlain and Love, Sweat and Tears by Zelie Bullen. In true crime I was fascinated by The Satin Man and very interested to learn the history of police corruption in Queensland in the 1950s - 1980s in Three Crooked Kings.
As I mentioned in my AWW challene wrap up, I have drastically altered the landscape of my reading and I am loving the change. I now read around 80% Australian content and after making an effort to source it, I have realised there is plenty of it around. You just have to look beyond the best seller lists or the front displays at major bookshops.
Thank you very much to Pete for contributing several reviews as part of the challenge.