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  • The lost letters of Playfair street

    OMG I couldn't put this book down. Thank you Michelle for another great read. It was nice to be taken back in time. And a lovely twist at the end. Also growing up in Sydney it was a different thing to experience the Rocks tour we all forget how beautiful our city can be. I would highly recommend this book for people to read.

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  • Loved it - recommended!!

    I thoroughly enjoyed The Quarantine Station and Beautiful, Fragile and The Lost Letters of Playfair Street is equally as good. Love Michelle's writing style. Looking forward to reading "The Belle Series" next.

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  • A fantastic un-put-downable read!

    Absolutely fantastic read! It had all my favourite elements, mystery, romance, history, and a mastery of weaving it all together into a book I didn’t want to put down. Sad that it’s done, I’ve looked up every other book by Michelle to make sure they are on my reading list. Well done!

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  • Loved it

    I read this after reading The Quarantine Station (which I also loved). Michelle creates characters who really come alive on the pages. We are taken on a tour of 1929 Sydney & see what life could have been like. We experience love, adventure & sorrow as the mystery unfolds. Thoroughly recommend.

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  • Past & present

    I like the way it passed from early and present covering a little history eg the harbour bridge build, the Rock are and such.

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