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The Power Of One
The Power Of One Bryce Courtenay
First with your head and then with your heart . . .
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A Lifetime of Impossible Days
A Lifetime of Impossible Days Tabitha Bird
Tabitha Bird’s stunning debut is a magical, life-affirming novel about heartbreak, healing and learning to forgive yourself.
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Fishing For Stars
Fishing For Stars Bryce Courtenay
An epic tale of enduring love and lifelong friendship set in the Pacific in the aftermath of WWII.
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The Lone Child
The Lone Child Anna George
A gripping, atmospheric novel from the acclaimed author of What Came Before that asks: how much should you do to help a stranger’s child?
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Charlie Anderson's General Theory of Lying
Charlie Anderson's General Theory of Lying Richard McHugh
Ranging from the politics of the bedroom to the post-GFC economy, Charlie Anderson's General Theory of Lying is a wildly entertaining portrait of coming unstuck. Funny, provoking and confronting, it is a remarkable debut novel that shows us afresh the world we live in now.
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The Story Of Danny Dunn
The Story Of Danny Dunn Bryce Courtenay
Set against a backdrop of Australian pubs and politics, The Story of Danny Dunn is a family saga spanning three generations. It is a compelling tale of love, ambition and the destructive power of obsession at a time of great change in Australia's history.
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Fortune Cookie
Fortune Cookie Bryce Courtenay
Set against the wretched trade in drugs and human misery operating during the Vietnam War, Bryce Courtenay's Fortune Cookie is a spellbinding thriller, with a story of love against impossible odds at its heart.
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Jack Of Diamonds
Jack Of Diamonds Bryce Courtenay
Set across three continents, Jack of Diamonds is a spellbinding story of chance, music, corruption and love – and Bryce Courtenay's last novel.
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Congo Dawn
Congo Dawn Katherine Scholes
An unforgettable story filled with drama, conflict and deep emotion.
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A Recipe for Dreaming
A Recipe for Dreaming Bryce Courtenay
A Recipe for Dreaming is a little treasure of wise words and beautiful images. With insight, humour and a deep sense of humanity, Bryce Courtenay inspires us to become dreamers and questioners, creators of lives that are rich and rewarding.
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Beams Falling
Beams Falling P.M. Newton
Beams Falling is the brilliantly compelling and gritty second novel by the rising star of Australian crime writing. A portrait of our recent past, it's also a compulsive and utterly authentic insight into the way both cops and criminals work.
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St Kilda Blues
St Kilda Blues Geoffrey McGeachin
It's 1967, the summer of love, and in swinging Melbourne Detective Sergeant Charlie Berlin has been hauled out of exile in the Fraud Squad to investigate the disappearance of a teenage girl, the daughter of a powerful and politically connected property developer.
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Guilt
Guilt Matt Nable
He was glad he existed, ecstatic; he was so close to the edge of a new life, they all were, he and his friends.  Without their parents to tell them yes or no.  It was freedom. 
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Island of a Thousand Mirrors
Island of a Thousand Mirrors Nayomi Munaweera
A powerful saga that strikes mercilessly at the heart of war, Island of a Thousand Mirrors marks the arrival of a spellbinding new literary talent.
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R&R
R&R Mark Dapin
John 'Nashville' Grant is an American military policeman in the R&R town of Vung Tau, tucked safely behind the front lines of the Vietnam War. Nashville knows how everything works: the army, the enemy, bars, secrets, men and women.
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Whispers Through a Megaphone
Whispers Through a Megaphone Rachel Elliott
Wise, elegant and full of tender humour, Whispers Through a Megaphone explores how we live in our often deafening world – when all we need to connect with ourselves and others is a bit of silence.
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The Night Country
The Night Country Bryce Courtenay
An enchanting and inspiring story from one of Australia's most popular authors, Bryce Courtenay, which draws on the author's childhood in Africa.
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88 Lines About 44 Women
88 Lines About 44 Women Steven Lang
The brilliant follow-up to his acclaimed debut.
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Fromelles: The Final Chapters
Fromelles: The Final Chapters Tim Lycett
This is an inspiring, heart-rending account of war, its aftermath and its effect on the lives of the lost diggers' descendants.
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