Thursday, June 14, 2012

Who Killed Dave ?

I have just finished this wonderful book. I actually had trouble putting it down, especially  as I am someone is can be termed as a non reader.

Linda Cockburn is a fantastic writer and I fully recommend her books to anyone.

Go to Together Press or Living The Good Life for more info or to purchase her books.

They would make someone a great Christmas present.

Dave died in mysterious and grotesque circumstances and the murder has caught the imagination of a nation. There’s a television poll running and 46% of voters believe Robyn is guilty.

Maybe she did, maybe she didn’t, she wasn’t in any state to remember.

But hey, if you’re pointing fingers then Kaos Court is full of people crazy enough to commit the crime.
This part time masseuse, part time tarot card reader is going to need all her skills to find out who killed Dave, because it’s the only thing standing between her and Detective Mark Hood, a man she could never marry, not when your first name is Robyn. Right?

A whacky whodunit comedy that cartwheels from one chaotic moment to the next.

And who killed Dave? ... You’ll never guess!
ISBN: 9780646501321
RRP $24.95 (AUD)

Linda Cockburn is also the author of Living the Good Life - Simple Strategies for sustainable Living, also titled Living the Good Life - How One Family Changed their world from their own backyard, published in 2006 by Hardie Grant and 2007 by Snowbooks.
The book details Linda's family's attempt to live six months from a suburban block producing their own food, power, water, transport and creating zero waste.
They've been featured on Channel 7's Today, Tonight, Time Magazine, Notebook, That's Life and many others.
Linda is a regular contributor to ABC Organic Gardening Magazine.

Linda has almost clocked up enough hours in Australia to be considered true blue, but her pronounciation of 'fish n' chips' still gives away her kiwi origins.

Linda, partner Trevor and son Caleb have moved to Tasmania where they are building a strawbale home without use of concrete, PVC and chemical paints. They've surrounded themselves in goats, sheep, chooks (chickens) and bees and spend most of their time saving on gym fees working out in the garden.

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