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Grace’s Table
Grace’s Table
Sally Piper


Grace’s Table is a moving and often funny novel about the power of memory and the family rituals that define us.


The Secret Maker of the World
The Secret Maker o...
Abbas El-Zein


A powerful collection of fiction that lingers long after the last word


On Cringila Hill
On Cringila Hill
Noel Beddoe


On Cringila Hill weaves a gripping story of power, racial tensions and blood ties in a once-vibrant industrial community.


An Accidental Soldier
An Accidental Sold...
John Charalambous


In times of war, love can be found in the most unlikely of places.


My Island Homicide
My Island Homicide
Catherine Titasey


From the winner of the 2012 Queensland Literary Awards – Best Emerging Author category, My Island Homicide combines crime, romance and island life into an irresistible tropical package.


The Conversation (Paperback)
The Conversation (...
David Brooks


A novel brimming with mystery, confessions, food and philosophy. Paperback.


Transactions
Transactions
Ali Alizadeh


An electric collection of fiction from the Prime Minister’s Prize shortlisted author


Destroying the Joint: Why Women Have to Change the World
Destroying the Joi...
Jane Caro


A fabulously provocative collection by women ready to destroy the joint


Cry Blue Murder
Cry Blue Murder
Kim Kane
Marion Roberts


Will anyone hear you cry?


Killer Ute
Killer Ute
Rosanne Hawke


Get your heart racing in this gripping thriller from Rosanne Hawke – the conclusion to a high-octane trilogy.



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