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1915
1915 Roger McDonald
The year young Australians sailed off to war in high hopes of adventure, only to find themselves faced with disaster.
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A Child's Book of True Crime
A Child's Book of True Crime Chloe Hooper
'People don't make this kind of fuss for nothing. Hooper's novel is extraordinary...there's a confidence and imagination in the writing that you rarely see in a first novel.' Kerryn Goldsworthy, THE AUSTRALIAN
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A Deadly Secret
A Deadly Secret Matt Birkbeck
The recent arrest in New Orleans and the HBO documentaryThe Jinx - scheduled to air on Fox in Australia in May - have put Robert Durst back in the headlines. Here, from the first reporter to access Durst’s NYPD files, is the authoritative account of a decades-long criminal odyssey—the very book found in Durst’s own apartment when it was searched by police.
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A First Place
A First Place David Malouf
A collection of personal essays and writing from David Malouf to celebrate his 80th birthday.
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A Fringe Of Leaves
A Fringe Of Leaves Patrick White
From the winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature
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A Guide to Berlin
A Guide to Berlin Gail Jones
Shortlisted for the NSW Premier's Literary Awards and Longlisted for the 2016 Stella Prize. 'A Guide to Berlin' is the name of a short story written by Vladimir Nabokov in 1925, when he was a young man of 26, living in Berlin.
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A Night at the Pink Poodle
A Night at the Pink Poodle Matthew Condon
Glitz and glamour, greed and sleaze, fall and redemption. It’s all happening on the Gold Coast.
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A Private Man
A Private Man Malcolm Knox
A brilliant glimpse into the secret world of men by the acclaimed author of SUMMERLAND.
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A Private Performance
A Private Performance Helen Halstead
A sequel to Jane Austen’s PRIDE AND PREJUDICE!
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A Sea-Chase
A Sea-Chase Roger McDonald
At sea can be a beautiful and ferocious place to find yourself – alone and together.
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A Secret Gift
A Secret Gift Ted Gup
A book for our times, sharing stories of the Great Depression of the 1930s and the generosity of a man who understood hardship.
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A Shorter History of Australia
A Shorter History of Australia Geoffrey Blainey
A broad, concise and inclusive vision of Australia and Australians by one our most renowned historians
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A Small Unsigned Painting
A Small Unsigned Painting Stephen Scheding
A lost artist . . . an obsessed collector . . . a true-life detective story set in the Australian art world, involving one of our most famous painters, Lloyd Rees.
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A Zero Waste Life
A Zero Waste Life Anita Vandyke
Want to make a change but don’t know where to start? The practical thirty-day guide to radically reducing your waste by 80%, from waste warrior Anita Vandyke.
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Acts of Dog
Acts of Dog Debra Adelaide
‘Outside of a dog, a book is man's best friend. Inside of a dog it's too dark to read.’Groucho Marx.
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After the Blues
After the Blues Kathy Lette
Now an adult, Debbie and her girlfriends reveal what women really say when men aren't around. Oh dear . . .!
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After the Fire, A Still Small Voice
After the Fire, A Still Small Voice Evie Wyld
The paperback of one of the most acclaimed debut novels of 2009
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Albanese
Albanese Karen Middleton
An updated edition of the personal story behind the very public political face of Labor’s Anthony Albanese.
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All the Birds, Singing
All the Birds, Singing Evie Wyld
Winner of the 2014 Miles Franklin Award
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American Journeys
American Journeys Don Watson
A superb book about Don Watson's journeys around America. Featured as one of Newsweek’s 50 ‘What to Read Now and Why’ titles.
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American Scoundrel
American Scoundrel Tom Keneally
On the last, cold Sunday of February 1859, Daniel Sickles shot his wife's lover in Washington's Lafayette Square, just across from the White House ... this is the story of that killing and its repercussions.
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An American Marriage
An American Marriage Tayari Jones
The instant New York Times bestseller! Shortlisted for the 2019 women's prize for fiction. Oprah's book club 2018 selection. 'Haunting . . . Beautifully written' The New York Times Book Review 'Compelling' The Washington Post 'Epic . . . Transcendent . . . Triumphant' Elle
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An Angel At My Table
An Angel At My Table Janet Frame
With a heartfelt introduction from Jane Campion. Janet Frame brings the skill of an extraordinary novelist and poet to these vivid and haunting recollections.
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An Inconvenient Genocide: Who Now Remembers the Armenians?
An Inconvenient Genocide: Who Now Remembers the Armenians? Geoffrey Robertson
The most controversial issue still arising from the First World War – was there an Armenian Genocide?
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