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Books by Peter Carey (17)

  • Australia’s master novelist takes us on the race of a lifetime.

  • Peter Carey hilariously conjures up dystopia in his picaresque The Unusual Life of Tristan Smith.

  • Peter Carey's first novel and first Miles Franklin winner, Bliss remains a work ahead of its time.

  • Winner of the Commonwealth Writers' Prize and the Miles Franklin Award, Peter Carey's Jack Maggs is dazzlingly entertaining.

  • Theft: A Love Story is one of Peter Carey's most searingly inventive novels yet. Wise, funny, profound.

  • Peter Carey's The Tax Inspector is a wickedly funny satire on modern life and families.

  • Peter Carey's brilliant, hilarious, Booker Prize-shortlisted Illywhacker is the novel that brought him to international intention.

  • Two novels in one hardback gift volume. Oscar and Lucinda and True History of the Kelly Gang by twice Booker winner Peter Carey

  • Collected Stories combines Peter Carey's bizarre, brilliant, chilling short stories from The Fat Man in History and War Crimes, plus three not in either.

  • In Amnesia Peter Carey, 'the greatest Australian writer' (Richard Flanagan), asks the most vital question of the past seventy years: Has America taken us over?

  • In The Chemistry of Tears Peter Carey delivers a heartbreakingly beautiful and archly inventive story of love, loss and the birth of the machine age.

  • Parrot and Olivier in America is a dazzling comic masterpiece that reminds us why Peter Carey is Australia's most internationally acclaimed novelist.

  • True History of the Kelly Gang is Peter Carey's stunning, Booker Prize-winning novel about Australia's most famous outlaw.

  • Peter Carey is at his inventive, brilliant best in His Illegal Self, a novel about a family who, once met, will never leave you.

  • A darkly funny, brilliantly original new novel from two-times Booker winner Peter Carey.

  • For Peter Carey, a trip to Japan with his twelve-year-old son Charley would be a unique opportunity to share and learn something about his son's passion for Japanese comics and animated film.

  • An Australian literary hoax lies at the core of My Life as a Fake, Peter Carey's captivating, 'continuously startling' (John Updike) contemplation of the art world.