New Historical fiction books
A heart-stopping romantic adventure to read with your book club.
If you're spending all your waking time thinking about the Roman Empire (as many of us are), why not read about it too?
A sweeping historical novel to read with your book club.
A guide to Australian author Judy Nunn and a few of her most popular books.
What you need to know about My Policeman – the movie and the book – before watching the new film, coming in November.
At once tragic and triumphant, The Orphans is an unforgettable story about a unique bond between two children that is perfect for book club discussions.
Fiona McIntosh talks about staying regimented during lockdown, the surprising catharsis of writing The Orphans, and her infamous research process.
An interview with Kate Forsyth about her new novel, The Crimson Thread.
Much loved author Fiona McIntosh is back with an historical adventure to enjoy with your book club.
Fiona McIntosh shares five surprising facts she learned while researching The Champagne War.
Sweep your book club off to the sun-kissed vineyards of rural France.
The bestselling author on how a trip to Cape Town inspired her fascinating historical fiction novel.
Nicole Alexander reflects on creating her outback saga, The Cedar Tree.
Impress your book club with a 1940s themed party to discuss Khaki Town by Judy Nunn.
Transport your book club to Queensland during World War II with Judy Nunn’s exciting new novel, Khaki Town.
The author discusses the research and inspiration behind her historical fiction novel, Master Of My Fate.
Examine history from a fresh perspective with Martha Hall Kelly’s runaway bestseller.
Transport your book club from St Petersburg to Paris under the shadow of World War I.
Nicole Alexander reflects on the inspiration and research behind Stone Country.
Bring Tom and Meg Keneally’s unlikely sleuths into your book club fold.
Treat your reading group with Leah Kaminsky’s poignant and cautionary tale.
Transport your book club friends to the sweeping rural vistas of Stone Country.
Popular Historical fiction books
George Wakefield was an enigmatic figure to most, even something of a mystery.
Don was still asleep when Eve left the house with Olly and Tabby the following morning.
I wake at dawn, facedown on the sofa, thinking I’m back in Block Ten.
From the moment she steps out into the laneway before her morning shift, Hazel Bates, tea lady at Empire Fashionwear, has the curious feeling of being watched.
Clytemnestra looks down at the steep ravine but can see no trace of dead bodies. She searches for cracked skulls, broken bones, corpses eaten by wild dogs and pecked by vultures, but nothing.
'Where've you been?'