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Good News, Bad News

Good News, Bad News

Intrepid investigative journalist Scout Davis has given herself a holiday, but when Hermione Longfellow accosts her in the supermarket, she stops to listen.

When Hermione asks Scout to track down her sister Nemony’s AWOL husband, believed to have died at …

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Good Night, Me

Good Night, Me

Someone’s ready for bed, but it’s going to take a long, long time to say goodnight.
A baby orang-utan is sleepy and it’s time for bed, but not before saying ‘Good night, me,’ from head to toe. This captivating, unique …

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Great Australian Women Vol 1 - From Federation to Freedom

Great Australian Women Vol 1 – From Federation to Freedom

Every nation needs both heroes and heroines, but the lives of Australia’s greatest women have largely been ignored. Great Australian Women details the life stories of twenty-five courageous Australian women who broke down the barriers of prejudice against women entering …

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Great Australian Women Vol 2 – From Pioneering Days to the Present

Great Australian Women Vol 2 – From Pioneering Days to the Present

In this second volume more Australian women are celebrated for their hard work, intelligence, talent, dedication and compassion. These are women who have affected the lives of thousands through their achievements in their chosen fields. These are the women that …

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Great Pioneer Women of the Outback

Great Pioneer Women of the Outback

From the 1880s to the onset of World War I, pioneers making their homes in outback Australia were joined by their wives, many of whom had no idea of the difficulties and dangers ahead. This is the story of those …

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Grim and Grimmer - The Calamitous Queen (Book 4)

Grim and Grimmer – The Calamitous Queen (Book 4)

Emajicka is marching on Grimmery with an army of a million Fey. Can things possibly get worse?

Yes, they can, for Ike is all alone. Mellie has gone, attempting to pull off the perfect crime. Lord Monty is at war …

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Grim and Grimmer - The Desperate Dwarf (Book 3)

Grim and Grimmer – The Desperate Dwarf (Book 3)

It’s not easy to be a hero when your bum is the size of an airship and you’re bobbing around the ceiling, mocked by angry dwarves.

Mellie has stolen the unluckiest charm in Wychwold and can’t get rid of it. …

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Grim and Grimmer - The Grasping Goblin (Book 2)

Grim and Grimmer – The Grasping Goblin (Book 2)

The Nightmare Queen is hunting Ike and Mellie. A spell from forbidden Gobbeloon might stop her, but it won’t be easy to get. On the way Ike will be struck blind, forced to eat maggot soup and carried by an …

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Grim and Grimmer - The Headless Highwayman (Book 1)

Grim and Grimmer – The Headless Highwayman (Book 1)

The Fey Queen, Emajicka, is stealing the children of Grimmery for her Collection. She bathes in their nightmares to relieve her own. There is one nightmare she wants most of all.

If Ike had stayed home that Tuesday, he would …

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Grimoire

Grimoire

In present-day Melbourne, a group of power-hungry academics are trying to reassemble a 19th century grimoire designed to summon Satan, but they have reckoned without the interference of three masters students, who make contact with the ghost of the grimoire’s …

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Growing Great Kids

Growing Great Kids: Helping Them Become As Good As They Can Be

Catholic priests don’t generally have children but Australian legend Father Chris Riley from Youth Off the Streets has brought up nearly 100,000 – and they’re some of the toughest kids around. He regularly encounters kids who steal, take drugs, self-harm, …

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Gucci Mamas

Gucci Mamas

Once a down-to-earth girl who loved her freckles as much as sailing with her carefree husband, one day Mim Woolcott wakes up to find she is keeping Prada, Louis Vuitton and numerous day spas in business and her life has …

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Half My Size

Half My Size

Susie details her road to weight loss and how she shed 50 kilograms and managed to keep it off. Also included are entertaining interviews with well-known personalities and sports people and the tricks they use to keep fit and healthy.…

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Happily Ever Parted - Surviving Separation and Divorce

Happily Ever Parted – Surviving Separation and Divorce

Inside Happily Ever Parted you’ll find everything you need to help you when you’re splitting for good – from divvying up the CDs, to sharing childcare and dating again (imagine!). In writing Happily Ever Parted, author Bronwyn Marquardt extensively …

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Head Over Heels

Head Over Heels

Sam Bailey wanted a life on the land just like his father. But a car accident one Sunday afternoon, leaving him quadriplegic, showed Sam that in a split second your life can change forever, in ways you had never imagined. …

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Healthy Family, Happy Family

Healthy Family, Happy Family

At last…the book every parent has been waiting for! You’ll be amazed when you see how easy it is to cook nutritious, delicious meals that your whole family will love. Healthy Family, Happy Family is the complete one-stop food manual …

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Healthy Horses the Natural Way

Healthy Horses the Natural Way

Natural therapies can improved a horse’s vitality and quality of life help prevent illness and assist in long-term management. This is the complete guide to natural horse health including herbs, massage, aromatherapy, homoeopathy and vibrational healing.…

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Heart of the Outback

Heart of the Outback

Fiery and ambitious, brilliant architect Francey Spinetti is a young woman on her way to the top. When wealthy magnate CJ Ambrose introduces her to his vast North Queensland business empire and a career-scarred local cop, Steve Parish – everything …

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Hector

Hector

Hector Crawford – the name remains synonymous with Australian television.

The tag line ‘This has been a Crawford Production’ still resonates with generations of Australians who grew up with his cops, the Sullivan family or any of the …

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Henry Lawson - A Stranger on the Darling

Henry Lawson – A Stranger on the Darling

The year was 1892. Henry Lawson – poet, short story writer, fervent Labor supporter – was finding it almost impossible to make a living in Sydney, and the few pounds he did earn were quickly spent in the nearby bars …

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