Jane is a fictional feisty city councillor whose lone vote opposes a casino the City Government would approve. She disappears. Her friend Phillip leads a forensic think tank to imagine perpetrators who leave evidence discovered by systematic imaginative searching. The story is a new type of logical whodunnit.
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ANIMAL FARM 2 is an exciting sequel to George Orwell’s satire Animal Farm (1945). Pig control on Caruba island involves the farm animals in the Cold War and collapse of Soviet government. When the animals discover coal and mine it, they become embroiled in environmentalism and superpower climate politics. They seek liberation and learn science, contesting energy policies with a paradigm shift in climate science and an optimistic outcome.
TIME IS GOLD is a fiction novel in which Maxi, an Australian marathon runner, is determined to win Olympic Gold and break the world record. Her training is guided by her partner Jack, whose neuroscience research discovers that Einstein’s Special Relativity can plausibly enable her to stretch her time in ‘flow’. Will Maxi break the record with a new concept of performance time? This is nail-biting entertainment.
SHORT OF LOVE At Liverpool University in the Beatles era, Tom is an engineering student who falls for Vicki, a psychology student. When she tricks him, he puts her off for later with a satirical trick of his own: a commodity short. It backfires and they try to get back together but his work as CEO of a Canadian oil company causes friction. This is a biofiction page-turner.
PRESUMED DEAD is a crime fiction thriller when a heinous crime is committed in fictional Alexandra against Jane, an iconic sassy young woman politician, amid corrupt city hall partisan politics. The crime is reconstructed in a novel forensic process by her partner Phillip who closes in on the perpetrators with chilling precision.
THE GRASS IS ALWAYS BROWNER is an epic story speculating on Australia’s dystopian future, extrapolated from recent conditions of: population growth, migration control, religious conflict, industrial collapse, deurbanisation and rising sea levels with scientific objectivity.
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If party politicians join independents on the cross-bench, would developments wanted by the public be more or less likely to be approved?
‘Presumed Dead’ is a novel by Martin Knox set in a fictional council chamber within the Westminster system. Corruption at the big end of town is suspected when Jane Kenwood, a feisty councillor, disappears.