Published by Allen & Unwin
The battle continues as the Filthies take over the juggernaut Worldshaker and rename it Liberator. A world of deception and betrayal ensues as the revolution turns radical. With Col now in the minority with his Swank friends, what will …Read More »
Published by Hachette Australia
1901: Isabella Winterbourne has suffered the worst loss a woman can know. She can no longer bear her husband nor his oppressive upper-class family. On a voyage between London and Sydney to accompany a priceless gift to the Australian parliament, …Read More »
Published by Simon & Schuster
Born into a poor, but educated, smolensk family just before the 1914 Russian Revolution, Lilya Makarova began the extraordinary life that would take her from a passionate engagement with the theatre, language and literature, through the Second World War – …Read More »
Published by Penguin
Acclaimed Vietnamese-Australian chef Nhut Huynh shares his passion for the food that sustained his family during times of war and separation, and that remains a defining feature of Vietnam’s wonderfully rich culture. He introduces traditional classics alongside the eclectic street-stall …Read More »
Published by Pan Macmillan
Bernie hadn’t been looking for love. Recently divorced, she has her children, her writing, her house on a hill near Byron Bay. Then Jack comes back into her life.
What starts as the reunion of two old friends turns into …Read More »
Published by Mira Publications
Tania Hayes was only 22 when her fiancé Warren was diagnosed with a dangerous brain tumour. Their world came crashing down into a morass of uncertainty. Together, they faced an agonising series of medical battles, mishaps and close calls. This …Read More »
Published by ABC Books
When the Merry Makers dance, it’s hard to find a dry eye in the audience. All the Merry Makers have intellectual or physical disabilities, and face huge challenges in their lives, yet to see them dance is one of the …Read More »
Published by Pan Macmillan
This is a book about the indestructability of love. Journalist and author Karina Machado spoke to over 60 Australians who revealed their stories of sensing the spirit of a late loved one. She shares their life shattering experiences loss, and …Read More »
Published by Harlequin Mira
A passion for photography draws two stories together across time to Mackenzie Crossing.
Neville ‘Pom’ Darling, is on the hunt for the perfect photograph.
Skye Stewart, is searching for her long lost grandfather.
It’s 1939, and Neville, escaping an unhappy …Read More »
Published by Pan Macmillan Australia
When a secretive American cult moves to the Gold Coast, freelance journalist Scout Davis’s investigative antennae start quivering. She sets out to expose the cult’s lunatic beliefs and bizarre practices, but when she learns the identity of a recent recruit, …Read More »
Published by Picador
When Alex Bishop meets Madigan Sargood again after twelve years apart, everything changes. His childhood sweetheart is beautiful and impulsive, but here is something wrong with her. Something dangerous. Then she commits suicide. Now Alex can’t get Madigan out of …Read More »
Published by Hachette Australia Available on audio by Bolinda Publishing.
Special Agent Sarah Riley is the daughter of an FBI legend. Her father made his reputation hunting down one of America’s worst serial killers. Now it’s her turn. A monster is cruising the east coast. One who has stalked the …Read More »
Published by New Holland
This is the inspiring untold story of an Australian peace legend. Spirited and strong-willed, Margaret Holmes was shaped by some of the Twentieth Century’s most defining moments in war and peace. This book is a celebration of what one woman …Read More »