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Ride with Madness by psychmum

No one thinks straight in a heatwave.

Ride with Madness is set in the long hot summer of 1995. It opens with Helen Byrne, who yearns for personal freedom in her stifling marriage to the upwardly mobile Malcolm. Her compulsive involvement with ex-prostitute Carla and the flamboyant cult leader Addison threatens to tip all of them into the kind of madness where no one seems to have . . .

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Cosplay Kill Club by Kuronoshio

Obsession. Murder. Lies. Amputation.

Miki Tominaga’s world is turned upside down when she is involved in a car accident that leaves her face-blind. Unable to recognise even her closest friends she struggles to adjust to her condition. Determined to find out what happened the night of the crash, she stumbles upon a group that film elaborate suicides. It isn’t long until she discovers her . . .

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Cold Hillside by Martin Cooper

SIMON COLTRAINE is a professional songwriter and musician. His brother GILES, trader, rogue and amiable bully, is a crook. When Giles is killed in a car accident Simon returns to their childhood home to confront his memories and his own complicity in his brother’s schemes. . . .

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RIDE WITH MADNESS

Helen tries to reach out to life, but will she find death?

By Fiona Gregory, editor

Jul 7, 2009: So far, 17 chapters have gone down with great ease and enjoyment.

As the story unfolded, the characters found their warmth. Helen breaks out of her prim, cautious existance as a dutiful wife to find what is probably her first genuine friendship in years with people very different from herself. The loyal affection between Carla and Addison is revealed, and Addison himself, however one may feel about his view of religion, emerges as a sincere, idealistic,and ultimately kind (although moody) man. [more . . .]

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