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L.E. Luttrell was born in Sydney, Australia and spent the first 21 years of her life there before moving
to the UK.
After working in publishing for a few years she trained as a teacher and from the 90s spent many years working in secondary education, although she’s had numerous other part time jobs. A frustrated architect, L.E. Luttrell has spent much of her adult life moving house and renovating properties. Although she has written many more ‘books’, Small Sacrifices, is only the third of her books to be published. More will follow.
She currently lives in Liverpool, Merseyside – although if it hadn’t been for Covid 19 she would have
been with family in Brisbane, Queensland.

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Female
Queensland
Authors Book Genres
Crime
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Book Title
Crime, Thriller

When she was very young, Cate Brant witnessed the murder of her mother. The killer was never found. Cate never forgot the killer’s face. He haunted her nightmares for many years.
Determined to keep the image of the man who murdered her mother alive in her head, Cate begins obsessively drawing him, which brings trouble for her at home and at school. However she can’t stop and continues her passion in secret, naively confident and determined that when she is an adult, the police will be able to help her trace this killer. Her first police visit brings disappointment. But after spotting the killer many years later on a suburban street in Sydney, she once again approaches the police. This time around, Cate’s visit to the police triggers a series of tragic deaths and puts her life at risk.
Will Cate be able to overcome her grief, feelings of guilt, and fear of endangering the lives of family members, to work closely with the police to catch this ruthless killer?
Set in England and Australia, ‘Drawing Danger’ is about a young woman’s struggle to bring her mother’s killer to justice.

Jaye22
5.0 out of 5 stars Suspense and Intriging
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 10 April 2018
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I thoroughly enjoyed this book full of suspense and intrigue, the story centres around Cate who lost her mum in horrific circumstance that she witnessed whilst hiding from the murderer when she was just 6 years old. She decides to make a sketch of him and keeps on doing so until she turns 18 and begins to right a wrong and see the man responsible rot for his crimes. Sadly this becomes an horrific ride and it affects all those that she holds dear. What will the outcome be and read it and find out.

Kayleigh Mathews rated it really liked it
4.5 stars - I have no idea why this book took me so long to read because it's such an addicting read - more detailed review to come on my blog

Jax rated it really liked it
I really enjoyed this book. It took me a couple of chapters to get into the story. The style of writing reminded me of a true crime book which only added to the suspense of Cate's turbulent life. Just when I felt comfortable with the story there was another twist and a turn to keep me on my toes. I liked how the story was spread across two continents and the detail to both countries' idiosyncrasies were well presented and engaging. A romp of a read.

Book Title
Crime, Mystery

How desperate would you be if you lost your only daughter?
Annie Huxley, brought up by her grandparents on a remote cattle station, always believed her parents were dead. While on holiday with her family she decides to visit her parent’s graves in the NSW country town where she was born. There she discovers the first lie. As she begins to seek the truth, it’s not long before Annie uncovers further riddles.
When Annie begins to ask probing questions by email, Len, her grandmother’s second husband, severs her only form of contact with him. Annie decides to fly to England to track him down. What she learns turns her world upside down. Could the impulsive actions by a grieving mother have shattered so many lives? Has Annie’s life been a complete work of fiction?
Returning to Australia, Annie makes contact with Detective India Hargreaves in an attempt to get to the bottom of it all. As things begin to move forward a suspicious death occurs which throws the investigation sideways …
The Breakdown is a crime/mystery drama set in Australia and England. It is the story of how an impulsive crime committed by a grieving mother alters a family's life.

Jonathan Harris
4.0 out of 5 stars Full of surprises!
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 16 June 2020
I enjoyed The Breakdown, especially the suspense and mystery surrounding Annie's origins. There are real surprises in this intriguing and closely argued exploration of one person's odyssey as they endeavour to find the missing pieces of their own backstory.
I also enjoyed the descriptions of places in both Australia and North East England.

Book Title
Crime, Mystery

Be careful what you wish for.
She wanted to be famous. But not like this.
Ellen Gibson always dreamed of being a star. At a young age those dreams were shattered.
Discovering she holds the winning ticket in a 55-million Powerball jackpot, Ellen sees it as her opportunity to be in the limelight. But at what cost?
Detective India Hargreaves and her small team are called in to investigate the disappearance of five-year-old Joshua Gibson, but the investigation is taken over by the big guns from Police Headquarters when it turns out to be a kidnapping.
When the media and the lead investigator suspect Ellen of being behind the kidnapping, her fame
disintegrates into a nightmare and she seems powerless to stop events spiralling out of control …

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