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The Heart Can Wait

The Heart Can Wait

Ludmila Gregorieva and Vladimir Bogatchev are young lovers from Leningrad, the once-imperial city of the Tsars. Of the gentry and intelligentsia class, they are torn apart by the tragedy of war, the treachery and tyranny of the KGB. Remarkably, after …

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The Hole

The Hole

Bestselling Australian picture book creators Kerry Brown and Lucia Masciullo join forces to bring us a brilliant new rhyming adventure, perfect for fans of The Gruffalo.

Ages 2+

If you were walking through the woods and a hole you

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The Homestead on the River

The Homestead on the River

An unforgettable tale of love, loss and betrayal from an exciting new Australian voice in historical fiction.

In stark contrast to her own childhood during the last days of the Raj in India, the spectacular beauty surrounding their home, Rathgarven …

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The House Across the Road

The House Across the Road

When Isabelle Barnes leaves home one morning, never to return, the streets of country Carwell are awash with rumour and innuendo.  And her bewildered daughter, Abbie, is left to find her way in the world without her mother’s guiding hand.…

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The Immortal Bind

The Immortal Bind

The adventure of a lifetime… or two, or three

When Sara is gifted a beautiful antique chair as a wedding present, she is completely unaware that it is one of a unique pair. On the other side of the world, …

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The Impressionists Revealed: Masterpieces & Collectors

The Impressionists Revealed: Masterpieces & Collectors

Many of the great works of impressionism are housed in private collections and are rarely or never seen by the public. Thanks to the generous co-operation of their owners, this book presents in colour, 92 of these masterpieces, many of …

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The Infernal

The Infernal

Lisa is the singer in an underground rock ‘n roll band about to hit the big time. But the prospect of success is soured when their fans start ending up dead in a forest outside town, their bodies hideously mutilated.…

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The Invitation

The Invitation

In Gilded Age New York, money buys everything. What is your price?

Sometimes the ties that bind are the most dangerous of all ….

Paris, 1899. Emma Lacasse has been estranged from her older sister for nearly twenty years, since …

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The King's Fool - Book 1 of the Perry Brightfield Chronicles

The King’s Fool – Book 1 of the Perry Brightfield Chronicles

Perry wants to be a normal teenager. Normal kids have homes and families; they aren’t on the run; they don’t have guardians ruining their lives with daily weapons training.

When the Collector of Children appears in the tiny town of …

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The Koala Bounces Back

The Koala Bounces Back

Karri the bouncing koala has a peaceful new home – until a gang of fierce, football-crazy cats move in. The moggies aren’t welcome – but they’ve got nowhere else to live.

Karri makes a deal with the cats. They’ll play …

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The Koala Who Bounced

The Koala Who Bounced

Karri discovers he is different from other koalas when he falls out of a tree – and bounces! At first sad to find he has no friends to bounce with, Karri then learns that his gift has a place in …

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The Labyrinth of Drowning

The Labyrinth of Drowning

Two years have passed since top cop Paul Harrigan walked away from the New South Wales Police Force to be his own man. Since then his life has been a gift, and his home with his partner Agent Grace Riordan …

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The Lace Balcony

The Lace Balcony

One step ahead of the law, Fanny Byron, former lady’s maid to a London Courtesan, arrives in the Penal Colony of New South Wales in 1827. She is plunged into the colonial power struggle between the Quality, rich emancipist, entrepreneurs, …

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The Last Albatross

The Last Albatross – Human Rites Trilogy (Book 1)

Hercus Barges, a middle aged father embittered by ruinous climate change, is planning the ultimate crime: the destruction of western civilisation. And he knows just how to do it. Hercus attempts to blackmail his old friend Ryn Hardey into helping …

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The Last Maasai Warrior

The Last Maasai Warrior

An ancient Maasai legend tells of a child born holding a stone in its palm. The story is a warning, and now a baby is born holding a stone in not one but each of its tiny fists …

In …

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The Last Showman

The Last Showman

Son of a sideshow operator and trapeze artist, fourth-generation showman Fred Brophy grew up on the road, travelling the length and breadth of Australia.

He did time in jail as a wild teenager before establishing his own successful boxing tent. …

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The Lazy Girl's Guide to Losing Weight and Getting Fit

The Lazy Girl’s Guide to Losing Weight and Getting Fit

From the bestselling author of Confessions of a Reformed Dieter, who admits to being the laziest girl in the world, this book will show you how to lose weight, get fit and stay motivated — and have your cake …

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The Life Lottery

The Life Lottery – Human Rites Trilogy (Book 2)

The world’s climate is in chaos. Rising seas have flooded out half a billion people. Hundreds of millions of refugees are pouring into the west, the global economy is collapsing and democracies are being crushed… and an ice age coming. …

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The Light-Field -Triad of Being (Book 3)

The Light-Field -Triad of Being (Book 3)

A chance to change the future … or screw it up entirely!

Ten years in Maladaan′s past, Taren Lennox seizes the opportunity to secure personal financing for the AMIE Project and base the building on Frujia — away from Maladaan …

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The Locksmith’s Daughter

The Locksmith’s Daughter

In a world where no one can be trusted and secrets are currency, one woman stands without fear.

Mallory Bright is the only daughter of London’s master locksmith. For her there is no lock too elaborate, no secret too well …

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