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1 4 y separately published work icon One Day in July John Tulloch , London : Time Warner Book Group , 2006 Z1281596 2006 single work autobiography John Tulloch describes his physical and mental suffering in the aftermath of the London bombings in July 2005. The book is also an examination of the Australian and British foreign policies that motivated the terrorist attack.
14 4 y separately published work icon Lost Michael Robotham , London : Time Warner Book Group , 2006 Z1185132 2004 single work novel crime thriller

'Mickey Carlyle disappeared, in a building with only five floors and eleven flats ? How is this possible? Everyone knows that Mickey Carlyle is dead and a man is in prison for her murder, except Detective Inspector Vincent Ruiz, who cannot stop searching for her and will not give up hope that she is still alive. Vincent is found one night, shot and with a picture of Mickey in his pocket; he seems to have amnesia. After being accused of faking amnesia and under investigation by his colleagues he retraces his steps, and relives that night with the help of a psychologist. Facts, not memories will tell him what happened to Mickey Carlisle. ' (Publisher's blurb)

18 7 y separately published work icon The Suspect Michael Robotham , London : Time Warner Book Group , 2004 Z1113558 2004 single work novel thriller crime

'Renowned psychologist Joseph O'Loughlin has it all-a thriving practice, a devoted, beautiful, fiercely intelligent wife, and a lovely young daughter. But when he's diagnosed with Parkinson's, O'Loughlin begins to dread the way his exceptional mind has been shackled to a failing body, and the cracks in his perfect existence start to show.

'At first, O'Loughlin is delighted to be called in to a high-profile murder investigation, hoping his extraordinary abilities at perception will help bring a killer to justice. But when O'Loughlin recognizes the victim as one of his former patients, an emotionally disturbed young woman who nearly brought ruin upon him, O'Loughlin hesitates-a fateful decision that soon places O'Loughlin at the top of the lists of both a bullish detective, and a diabolical killer.' (Publication summary)