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A Breed of Women
A Breed of Women Fiona Kidman
'Tautly written, often poetic, and dramatic . . . a first-class novel.' - Sydney Morning Herald
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A Long Road to Progress
A Long Road to Progress Richard Hall
Fascinating dispatches from a Kiwi Commander in Afghanistan.
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A Perfect World
A Perfect World David Cohen
A father explores his son’s autism, and delivers a hopeful message
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A Sandwich Short of a Picnic
A Sandwich Short of a Picnic Felicity Price
A funny novel that tackles the serious issues of over-working, divorce and breast cancer
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Behind Closed Doors
Behind Closed Doors Ngaire Thomas
A gripping and revealing first-hand account of one family's experience in the Exclusive Brethren community in New Zealand
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Blood Men
Blood Men Paul Cleave
A suspense-filled novel from the internationally acclaimed crime writer.
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Both Sides of the Moon
Both Sides of the Moon Alan Duff
A powerful novel by the author of Once Were Warriors, about a half caste and his Maori warrior ancestor, cast out of his tribe.
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Boy Overboard
Boy Overboard Peter Wells
An achingly insightful coming-of-age novel about discovering sexuality and selfhood.
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Breaking The Habit
Breaking The Habit Judith Graham
A former Domincan nun's story of dedication to her vocation and escape.
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Carnival Sky
Carnival Sky Owen Marshall
'Big themes are treated delicately — mortality and memory, grief and self-discovery' - Weekend Herald
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Catching the Current
Catching the Current Jenny Pattrick
A terrific novel full of compelling events, vivid communities and the irresistible character of Conrad Rasmussen.
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Cemetery Lake
Cemetery Lake Paul Cleave
A heart-thumping, no-holds-barred murder-mystery that keeps you guessing until the very last page.
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Coasting: The Sea Lion and the Lark
Coasting: The Sea Lion and the Lark Neville Peat
One of New Zealand's finest observers of the natural world takes us on a journey from Otago to the subantarctic and follows the life and migration of a sea lion.
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Cross the River to Home
Cross the River to Home Kaye Kelly
An absorbing novel set in 1870s New Zealand about an impossible love between a half-Chinese woman a young immigrant.
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Fighting Talk
Fighting Talk Bob Jones
From 'A Low Blow' to 'Went the Distance', a fascinating and lively examination of the regular use of terms from the boxing ring in our everyday language.
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Fosterling Emma Neale
A moving, quirky and compelling story
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Frederick's Coat
Frederick's Coat Alan Duff
From the author of the best-selling Once Were Warriors, a powerful story of love between father and son, of contrasting ways of looking at the world and of revenge.
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Hard Country
Hard Country Robin Robilliard
The inspiring and entertaining story of a determined woman and an isolated farming life in Golden Bay.
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Harlequin Rex
Harlequin Rex Owen Marshall
Winner of the Montana New Zealand Book Awards Deutz Medal for Fiction.
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Healthy Little Eaters
Healthy Little Eaters Wal Herring
How to help your children make healthy food choices throughout their lives.
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Howard Kippenberger
Howard Kippenberger Denis Mclean
Thoughtful and meaty biography of Sir Howard Kippenberger - New Zealand war hero and all-round 'good bloke'.
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Hurricane Tim
Hurricane Tim Neville Peat
The gripping biography of one of New Zealand's most distinguished farmers, entrepreneurs and aviation heroes.
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I Am Always With You
I Am Always With You Philip Temple
Based on real events in Germany, this vividly told and deeply moving novel tells of one woman's love for a fellow artist, her struggle to survive the war and her desperation to keep alive the spirit of creativity.
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Inheritance Jenny Pattrick
A compelling and vivid novel from one of New Zealand's favourite writers.
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