Books - Fiction

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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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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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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Hit

Hit

She’s street-smart, stunning and hoping to leave her troubled past behind her – Mak is back in the new bestseller from the author of Covet.

Makkede ‘Mak’ Vanderwall has her PhD now and has started a new life in …

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Hotel Du Barry

Hotel Du Barry

London’s luxurious Hotel Du Barry has been left unscathed by WW1 and the party has just begun: tainted love, murderous desires and gin. It’s The Grand Budapest Hotel with a dash of Gatsby.

When a laughing baby is found …

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House on the Hill

House on the Hill

It’s the early 1920s in Far North Queensland, and the three Dalton sisters board with Mrs Saunders in the house on the Hill.

Belle Dalton, the youngest sister, has stardust in her eyes. A talented singer and dancer, she tours …

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In Search of Africa

In Search of Africa

Kip Balmain, a young Australian boy taken to a small town in Africa, finds himself caught up in the violence of colonial Kenya. As the country struggles towards independence, Kip also struggles to understand his mother′s vindictive hatred of the …

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In the Valley of the Blue Gums

In the Valley of the Blue Gums

Journalist Thea Anderson’s adventurous life has been one of endless danger. Even her childhood, where she and her mother were forced to flee Malaya in the fish–stinking hold of a junk in the dying days of colonialism, was fraught with …

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Ironbark

Ironbark

Jake Andersen is a proud Currency lad with a swagger in his step and a joke for his mates, until he discovers the wife he is besotted with has left him, and taken their young daughter with her. A prize …

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Islands of Gold

Islands of Gold

The year is 1796, and three and a half years have passed since Captain Lightfoot and his crew helped restore justice and peace to Tonga. It is time for them to return to their colony in New Holland, and then …

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Jack

Jack

One-eyed Captain Jack Falconer is a man with many secrets. It’s 1938, the eye of World War II, and a pearling lugger in the Torres Strait is the place he chooses to hide. But Jack’s demons follow him out to …

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Jackal's Dance

Jackal’s Dance

As the last guests of summer are welcomed to a luxury lodge in Etosha National Park, Namibia, thoughts are predominantly on the three-month break ahead.

Camping in the park nearby, Professor Eben Kruger has his work cut out keeping the …

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Kalinda

Kalinda

This stunning sequel to Adam’s Empire, centred on his remote sheep station Kalinda, tracks the development of Adam’s family. Having grown up as a poor orphan child, Adam finds himself financially secure, in love and a father. But Adam’s …

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Keepers of the House

Keepers of the House

Anna Riordan, a very successful businesswoman who also dabbles in politics, is at a crossroads in her life. Her husband has just walked out on her, she is trying to decide whether to seriously pursue a political career, and then …

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King of Cane Valley

King of Cane Valley

A compelling family saga that sweeps from India and southern Africa to the cane fields of north Queensland. After her mother’s death, Rani Ashiramsi must leave her home in Bombay to join her father in the African sugar cane village …

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Land of Golden Wattle

Land of Golden Wattle

1826, Van Diemen’s Land When her father dies in a duel, 17-year-old Emma Tregellas is left with limited funds and at the mercy of her odious guardian. Faced with the prospect of being forced into marriage with a man she …

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Lighthouse Bay

Lighthouse Bay

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, …

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Lords of the Pacific

Lords of the Pacific

The year is 1793 and having suffered at the hands of Tonga’s evil King Tui’puloto for too long, the Island Nations of the South Pacific are poised on the brink of civil war.

When two heroic young warriors, Sevesi and …

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Losing February: A story of Love, Sex and Longing

Losing February: A story of Love, Sex and Longing

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 …

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Love Rat

Love Rat

Julie Trinker has just discovered her career as The Daily Post’s Stain Guru is over. And she suspects the rest of her life’s in deep trouble too – including her marriage. Then she becomes entangled with a frustrated sculptor, the …

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