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Nine Parts Water
Nine Parts Water
Emma Hardman


A story about growing up in a small town that is getting bigger, and a large world that is getting smaller. Cal Brodie used to be the best in women’s surfing. Now she just wants to be left alone. But ...


Crossfire (New Edition)
Crossfire (New Edi...
James Moloney


'Luke could almost count the pig's strides as it closed in ... His father lay frantic in the dust, scarcely able to raise his head ... The pig would kill him.' Like father, like son. Luke's dad is a h ...


The River Sai
The River Sai
Rebecca Jane Edwa...


She who walks the path of fire to the land of the dead... When Harumi starts poking around in the back of the old Japanese antique shop, she has no idea where her curiosity will lead her. Will her r ...


The Butterfly Man
The Butterfly Man
Heather Rose


WINNER DAVITT AWARD - CRIME FICTION NOVEL OF THE YEAR 2006 If Lord Lucan escaped his past, what was his future? Heather Rose's second novel tells the spellbinding story of the infamous British peer, ...


The Floor Of Heaven
The Floor Of Heave...
John Tranter


A biker's moll, a real-estate shark, a Vietnam veteran who can't forget, an Australian artist fighting drugs and despair in New York... In these four interlinked tales, these vividly drawn characters ...


A Bridge To Wiseman
A Bridge To Wisema...
James Moloney


Carl was afraid to breathe. The weight of the bird and its piercing gaze was enough to freeze him here forever. 'Now Carl set it free.' Carl Matt hasn't got much. There's just his younger brother Har ...


Touch Me
Touch Me
James Moloney


'When can I hold you then?' he whispered. 'I want to. I ...' He was going to say I love you - but what did that mean? For Xavier McLachlan, rugby is life. Winning a 1st XV jersey means everything ... ...


The Gospel Of Gods And Crocodiles
The Gospel Of Gods...
Elizabeth Stead


Stranger than anything was Amen Morley. Stranger than anything they had ever known, with his sparse, colourless hair barely covering a skull burned pink by the sun and wild eyes and wet lips full of a ...


Tangara
Tangara
Nan Chauncy


Sometimes when Lexie fingered a string of shells she had been given as a little girl, she felt strange memories stir. It was as if something very precious was buried away in her own mind… Great-great ...


The End Of The World
The End Of The Wor...
Paddy O'Reilly


A sparkling collection of award-winning short stories Stylistically varied and enlivened by a wry, dark humour, this collection shows Paddy O’Reilly living up to the promise shown in her debut novel, ...



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