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10 Minutes 38 Seconds in this Strange World
10 Minutes 38 Seconds in this Strange World Elif Shafak
The new novel from the best-selling author of The Bastard of Istanbul.
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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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The Secret History: 25th Anniversary edition
The Secret History: 25th Anniversary edition Donna Tartt
Truly deserving of the accolade Modern Classic, Donna Tartt's novel is a remarkable achievement – both compelling and elegant, dramatic and playful.
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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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One Day in December
One Day in December Josie Silver
Two people. Ten chances. One perfect love story.
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My Sunshine Away
My Sunshine Away M. O. Walsh, M.O. Walsh
On a summer's evening in 1989, on an empty street in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, fifteen-year-old Lindy Simpson is knocked from her bike and attacked just yards from her home. No one sees or hears anything. The police have few suspects and no real clues. Eventually the community puts it behind them. Everyone tries to move on.
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Homegoing
Homegoing Yaa Gyasi
A profoundly moving story on the bonds of family and history - this is Beloved for the 21st century.
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My Name Is Lucy Barton
My Name Is Lucy Barton Elizabeth Strout
A heart-wrenching story of mothers and daughters from the Pulitzer prize-winning author of Olive Kitteridge.
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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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A Mad, Wicked Folly
A Mad, Wicked Folly Sharon Biggs Waller
Welcome to the world of the fabulously wealthy in London, 1909, where dresses and houses are overwhelmingly opulent, social class means everything, and women are taught to be nothing more than wives and mothers.
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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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Why We Came To The City
Why We Came To The City Kristopher Jansma
A sweeping, funny, and poignant novel about a tight-knit group of twentysomethings in New York whose lives are forever altered by an unexpected tragedy—from the beloved and widely acclaimed author of The Unchangeable Spots of Leopards
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