Online Store
0
Home > Fiction

Fiction (282 titles)

Purple Threads
Purple Threads
Jeanine Leane


Winner of the 2010 David Unaipon Award for Indigenous Writing, Purple Threads is a humorous collection of rural yarns by a gifted storyteller.


RPM
RPM
Noel Mengel


For a group of young people on the cusp of adulthood, music is their bond. RPM follows Neil’s tentative early forays with girls, his fumbling attempts at musical greatness with his band and his dreams ...


Ludo
Ludo
Boyd Anderson


For fifteen-year-old Jockey, it began simply enough, with a job in Sydney's inner west, working as an errand boy. So how did he come to be involved in the Dodge Phoenix affair and all this business of ...


Two Greeks
Two Greeks
John Charalambous


Ten-year-old Andy figures all fathers must be part ogre, part child, part Zeus – or maybe just all Greek fathers? His peculiar little family is on the brink of collapse.


I Am Max Lamm
I Am Max Lamm
Raphael Brous


Max Lamm, a young Australian tennis player, arrives in London to escape the internet sex scandal that has destroyed his burgeoning career. Then one night he accidentally kills a fifteen-year-old Paki ...


The Boundary
The Boundary
Nicole Watson


Winner of the 2009 David Unaipon Award. Hours after rejecting the Corrowa People’s native title claim on Brisbane’s Meston Park, Justice Bruce Brosnan is brutally murdered in his home. Days later, la ...


The China Garden (B format edition)
The China Garden (...
Kristina Olsson


As the lives of three small-town women collide, what is buried can no longer remain hidden. A captivating story about betrayal and its echoes across generations.


Just a Girl
Just a Girl
Jane Caro


Determined, passionate and headstrong, Elizabeth I shaped the destiny of a kingdom. When she became queen she was still just a girl but she had already lived a lifetime.


The Sparrows of Edward Street
The Sparrows of Ed...
Elizabeth Stead


In 'The Sparrows of Edward Street', acclaimed author Elizabeth Stead uses her clear eye and sharp wit to recreate a little-known corner of Australian post-war history.


Gone
Gone
Jennifer Mills


There can be no straight road home. A young man is released from a Sydney prison, his hands empty, his identity gone. He hasn’t been home for ̀fifteen years. Chilling, haunting, suspenseful, Gone is a ...



1  2  3  4  5  6  7  9  10  Next(10)>  


  •   
  •   
  •   
  •   

What's New

UQP office has closed until 2 January 2019. We will process all orders upon our return.

Merry Christmas!




Read more

 7

Join Jacqueline Kent as she launches Beyond Words: A Year with Kenneth Cook at Gleebooks with Caroline Baum.

 3

Join David Malouf as he launches his new poetry collection, An Open Book, in Brisbane, Sydney, and Melbourne, and delivers the opening address at the Australian Short Story Festival in Perth.
Read More