Book review: Amber and Alice by Janette Paul

I think if I’d known rom-com author Janette Paul was also Jaye Ford – Australian suspense / fiction author I might have tucked into this book earlier. And not wavered quite so much in the early stages. I’m afraid I have been put off by the cover… which was way too glossy and bright (for me!) and reminded me of a UBD or travel guide or something. Of that latter part is probably with good reason, because the book does offer a bit of an insider’s guide into the Northern Territory and central Australia. Amber and Alice by Janette Paul Published by Penguin Australia on May 29th Source: Penguin Random Australia Buy on Amazon Buy iBook : Humour, ISBN: 0143783084 Pages: 389 Goodreads When Amber Jones wakes up in her sister Sage’s speeding car, with no idea how she got there (though the hangover is a clue), all she wants to do is go home. But Sage is convinced a road trip to Alice Springs will finally answer the burning question: who is Amber’s father? Because nine months before Amber’s birth, her late mother Goldie the same trip . . […]

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