Proving Ground by Kathy Kleiman

"The untold story of the six women who in programmed the world's first modern computer"When Kathy Kleiman came across photographs of the earliest computers, she saw women posed in the pictures. Told that they were just "refrigerator models", posed there just to make the machine look good, she wasn't convinced. Something about them looked professional …

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Livid: A Scarpetta Novel by Patricia Cornwell

Chief Medical Examiner Kay Scarpetta is the star witness in a polarising case that's creating civil unrest, when the sister of the presiding judge is murdered under strange circumstances. The body shows no sign of physical violence and there are also dead plants, insects and small animals. As Scarpetta begins her investigation, she meets resistance …

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The Eye Of The Beholder by Margie Orford

When a wealthy art collector, Fournier, goes missing from his cabin in Montreal, Angel, a young woman working with a wolf conservation program nearby, notifies search and rescue, but she has had her own reasons for watching him. Meanwhile, Cora, an artist whose recent exhibition has been highly controversial, knows something about his disappearance and …

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The Witches of Moonshyne Manor by Bianca Marais

Five witches live in Moonshyne Manor, a house on the edge of town, when an angry mob and some dark omens let the cat out of the bag that the men in town plan on condemning their home since they've been defaulting on payments and also, because everyone hates them because they're witches. They're only …

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