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The Last Time We Spoke

By Fiona Sussman | Paperback | 1 Review(s)

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On the night that Carla Reid plans on celebrating her wedding anniversary with her husband Kevin and their grown son Jack, their New Zealand farmstead has never felt more like home. But when Ben Toroa and another aspiring gang member brutally force their way into the house with robbery and more on... read more

Format
Paperback
Release Date
19 May 2016
Author(s)
Fiona Sussman
Publisher
Allison & Busby
ISBN-13
9780749020262
Dimensions
134mm x 216mm
Pages
320
Format
Paperback
Release Date
19 May 2016
Author(s)
Fiona Sussman
Publisher
Allison & Busby
ISBN-13
9780749020262
Dimensions
134mm x 216mm
Pages
320

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01 Nov 2017

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Last Time We Spoke

This title was released in 2016 by nZ author Fiona Sussman but I have included this here as she has just won the 2017 Ngaio Marsh Award for Best Crime Novel. I had the good fortune of reading this last year and can declare her award is well deserved! It is a story for modern day and reflects on two parts of society that clash with dire consequences. at the core of this book, Fiona describes the underbelly of dysfunction and poverty of home and heart that cuts across the pathway of a the contented, settled family. ben, from the moment he is born, is fighting against the odds and his life spirals into the depths of offence against others. Carla is a hardworking, committed mother and wife who is happy with her peaceful farm life.... until ben crashes into her life and alters their course forever. This story is written for those living in the shadow of violent crime – both sides of it. It is powerful and most importantly redemptive. If you missed this last year, now is the time to discover this nZ award winner.

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