Corroboree - Graham Masterton Reviews
Description:ISBN 0688049745 / Author: Graham Masterton / Genre: Fiction
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by - written on 09/10/06 (Very useful, 223 readings)
I came across this book by chance. I know, donít judge a book by itís cover, but itís the first thing that makes an impression on me. In this case I became interested because I saw from the cover that it was historical fiction, which I love. The author, Graham Masterton, is actually someone Iíve never read before Ė he seems to be more famous as a horror author or at least thatís what I knew him for. He has written 35 horror books but in total he has more than 100 books including thriller, disaster and saga. Born in Edinburgh, I was very interested to discover that he now lives in Cork City, Ireland where I grew up. Corroboree is of the saga ... Read the complete review
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