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Africa: A Timeless Soul

Africa: A Timeless Soul

Sorrel Wilby’s journey around the mountains of Africa was a journey of discovery, a quest to find the Africa behind headlines of war, disease, famine and oppression. It was a journey that led her and her husband through many hardships, …

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After Before Time

After Before Time

Stories of life from a remote Aboriginal community that sing with vivid and simple life, truth and power.

At the end of 2008, Robbi Neal and her family travelled to the other end of mainland Australia to a remote Aboriginal …

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Against All Odds - Gai Waterhouse: Woman in a Man's World

Against All Odds – Gai Waterhouse: Woman in a Man’s World

Gai Waterhouse has earned her place as one of Australia’s most conspicuous and admired women. Gai Waterhouse is not only one of the world’s most successful woman trainers, she’s one of the most successful in Australia – full stop. Her …

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Against the Tide

Against the Tide

Katie and Matt are champion ocean swimmers, who love nothing better than a challenge that will test their training and skills to the limit. But even the toughest Sydney beach is nothing, compared with the course of events mapped out …

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Aliki Says

Aliki Says

Aliki and her cousin Liza are best friends, but sometimes Liza wishes Aliki didn’t always get all of the attention. Liza is on her way to Greece to collect their grandmother and bring her back to Australia to live.

But …

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All I Know

All I Know

Starting with a colourful childhood in Collingwood and Doncaster, under the shadow of her father’s mortality, and ending in sunny Bondi, supported by a tight circle of girlfriends who got her through a death even more painful, Mary Coustas takes …

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All My Kisses

All My Kisses

Abby loves getting kisses. She collects them in a special bucket and she won’t let them go.

But what happens to kisses when they’re not share?…

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Alone Across Australia: one man's trek across a continent

Alone Across Australia: one man’s trek across a continent

In 2001, with only his dog Seraphine for company, Jon Muir set off to cross Australia on foot, from the tidal reaches of Port Augusta in South Australia to Burketown on the Gulf of Carpentaria. It was a history-making trek, …

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Amy's Touch

Amy’s Touch

After working as a nurse with Australian soldiers in World War I, Amy Carmichael settles in the little town of Gindaroo, South Australia. There she is reunited with one of her former patients, good-natured Danny McLean, and his moody brother …

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An Almost Perfect Murder

An Almost Perfect Murder

On a Sunday evening Ricky Conway, mother of two and estranged wife of a serving police officer, was found deceased in her Canberra suburban home. Police suspected Ricky had committed suicide, but one detective noticed something unusual that made him …

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An Echo in Time: Atlantis - The Ancient Future Trilogy (Book 2)

An Echo in Time: Atlantis – The Ancient Future Trilogy (Book 2)

The narrow stairway inside the mountain led to a door that opened into a huge marble plateau. Upon this stood a stone circle of nine of the largest hunks of polished crystal Tory had ever seen. A turbulent cloud erupted …

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And in the Morning

And in the Morning

This is the story of two brothers, Jonathon and Joseph White. Caught up in the excitement of army recruitment camps travelling through outback country towns they, like thousands of other young men, sign up to fight the enemy. Soon the …

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And Then the Darkness

And Then the Darkness: The disappearance of Peter Falconio and the trials of Joanne Lees

In this gripping account of Peter Falconio’s disappearance, award-winning writer Sue Williams delves into the saga as it unfolds, charting the young couple’s early lives, an ill-fated love affair, and dark past of the gun-happy drifter snared by the investigation. …

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Angel of Ruin

Angel of Ruin

Sophie needs to pay the rent and a story on the occult would sell near Hallowe’en. The Lodge of the Seven Stars is good for research but Sophie is a sceptic and doesn’t believe in any of the rituals. Until …

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Apartment 255

Apartment 255

Sarah and Ginny have been best friends since school. They both had their share of adolescent problems but now things are working out for Sarah. She’s met Tom. Her TV reporting career is taking off. But Ginny has not been …

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Apartment Living

Apartment Living: The complete guide to buying, renting, surviving and thriving in apartments

With its clear advice, hilarious true-life anecdotes and startling horror stories, Apartment Living will help make your decision to buy, rent, lease out or live in a unit both happy and profitable. This book is essential reading before you even …

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Armani Angels

Armani Angels

Dynamic PR guru Gemma Bristol has her well-manicured finger firmly on the pulse of the Australian social scene. She regularly rubs shoulders with the country’s A-listers at the glittering opening nights and exclusive launches she hosts.

But away from the …

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Assassin

Assassin

How far would you go for revenge?  For survival?

Former model turned forensic psychologist and PI Mak Vanderwall is missing, presumed dead in Paris. By hiring a hit man to kill her, the powerful and corrupt Cavanagh family aimed to …

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Atticus van Tasticus

Atticus van Tasticus

A ten-year-old pirate captain? Absurd? Not in the world of Atticus Van Tasticus, a fabulously funny new illustrated junior fiction series from the brilliant and whacky creative minds of Andrew Daddo and Stephen Michael King.

1750, when times were tough …

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Australia Street

Australia Street

Friday the thirteenth of February 1948 is Hannah Gordon’s thirty-sixth birthday. Her daughter Allie turns sixteen on the very same day. What’s more, it’s a full moon. Hannah doesn’t need Grandma Ade’s warning that bad luck is coming to realise …

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