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Books for all kinds of Dads this Father’s Day.

There are many types of Dads: tinkerers, thinkerers, teachers, beachers, dreamers, schemers and football teamers. Whatever category yours falls into, only you know the complexities that really make him tick. Show Dad he’s one-of-a-kind this Father’s Day with a book you know he’ll love.

  • In this stunning sequel to the bestselling Never Never, Detective Harriet Blue must choose - between saving her brother or saving a whole town . . .

  • FROM THE AUTHOR OF MARCHING POWDER. Blending fact and fiction, Colombiano takes us on a heart-thumping journey into the violent and unpredictable world of post-Escobar Colombia.

  • Jamie's 5 Ingredients - Quick & Easy Food is the brand new cookbook from Jamie Oliver.

  • The autobiography of one of the greatest rugby league players in the game's long history.

  • The exclusive, no-holds-barred full story of supercoach Paul Roos' coaching career at Sydney and Melbourne and his top 25 coaching tips for creating a champion team.

  • The authorised story of The Angels, one of the biggest names in Australian rock'n'roll.

  • Sport in Australia is a national obsession. In this book David Hill recalls his encounters with the great and the good in Australian sport, as well as some of its darker moments.

  • No holds are barred as the Cleary family attempts to put long-held tensions behind them to celebrate a milestone. What could possibly go wrong?

  • The one book on sport – and mental illness – that everyone must read

  • For the first time in over 30 years, John le Carré returns to the Cold War in this thrilling masterpiece.

  • How Alan Jones climbed to the top of Formula One

  • The extraordinary adventure story of Ben Carlin, who circled the world, over land and sea, in his rusting amphibious jeep.

  • When Australian-based scientist Chris Turney’s expedition got stuck in the Antarctic ice in 2013, it brought global attention to the dangers of the world’s least-known continent – and its fragility. Turney tells his own dramatic tale against the backdrop of the compelling history of Antarctic exploration and inspired by fears for the continent’s future.

  • SHE PLANNED HER OWN FUNERAL. BUT DID SHE ARRANGE HER MURDER? Buried secrets, murder and a trail of bloody clues lie at the heart of Anthony Horowitz’s page-turning new detective series. If you enjoyed BBC’s Sherlock, you’ll LOVE The Word is Murder!

  • From a foggy London park to the streets of boom-time Melbourne; from the war-torn states of Southern China, to the overwhelming sights and sounds of the Victorian goldfields, this is a thrilling historical adventure set against the backdrop of the Eureka Stockade.

  • They were the Australians who made American history. In the roaring days of the 1850s California gold rush, San Francisco was the most dangerous town in America, made so by a notorious criminal gang known as the Sydney Coves.

  • Ever wondered what life is like for our Aussie jailbirds? Is it as bad as Wentworth or Orange is the New Black? No. It’s worse.

  • A Life Underwater is the extraordinary memoir of marine biologist Charlie Veron, a maverick Australian who transformed our understanding of coral reefs.

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