I will do better in 2016!
1. The Light Between the Oceans - M.L. Stedman
A compelling and beautifully written novel set in a lighthouse in Australia, and telling the story of a lost child, and how one small choice can break apart many lives.
2. Daughters of the Storm - Kim Wilkins
A historical fantasy set in a world much like the Dark Ages, with an absolutely brilliant kick-ass heroine and lots of brilliantly drawn characters to love and hate.
3. The Soldier's Wife - Pamela Hart
A moving historical novel set in Sydney during the First World War, The Soldier's Wife tells the story of the women left at home, who must struggle on as best they an.
A gripping and utterly original psychological thriller set in a Sydney suburb much like my own ... unputdownable!
This is one of my favourite books by one of my favourite writers - entwining the story of a Victorian fairy tale teller, a secret garden, and a murder ... so much to love!
An intriguing historical novel set during the Napoleonic wars and inspired by the fascinating true-life story of a a British female spy.
7. The Spring Bride – Anne Gracie
Anne Gracie's Regency romance novels are an utter delight! Funny, warm-hearted, and adventurous - I buy them as soon as they are released!
8. Big Little Lies – Liane Moriarty
Another intriguing novel that looks at the dark secrets that can lurk under the surface of even the shiniest of lives, this was so good I gave it to my husband to read!
9. Small Acts Of Disappearance: Essays on Hunger - Fiona Wright
A collection of interconnected essays inspired by the author's struggle with anorexia nervosa, written with crystalline prose.
10. The Lake House – Kate Morton