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Some think inheritance is a privilege, for others it's a right
Margaret, the matriarch of the wealthy Jamieson family, is as tight-fisted with the family money as she is with her affection.
A suitcase washed ashore at Mosman reveals a gruesome crime
An innocent victim is a devastating symptom of the clash between public morality, private passion and unrelenting poverty.
A story of love, war and hope symbolised by a red rose
From a small Australian country town, against the backdrop of World War 1, comes a story of a love that surmounts all odds.
A gripping Australian story of two women living in two centuries
Searching for the provenance of an old sketchbook, discoveries rise up from the past and reach into the future.
Family, friends & food with a Middle-Eastern twist
A delicious array of Middle-Eastern dishes from breakfasts to banquets. Share a simple meal with family and friends or plan a sumptuous celebration.
Facing war, the Devereux family must find their own peace
Changing the habits of a lifetime will force them to confront their own shortcomings and bury their grievances.
A Christmas tribute to Dad
He would also say, with a satisfying survey of a room littered with gift wrapping and presents, "There ‘s nothing so over as Christmas."
Compassion, bigotry, hatred, love... but is there sanctuary?
A rickety wooden dinghy runs aground on a barren island. Despite the survivors' fear, ultimately, there is hope - a compelling story from Judy Nunn.
Consider the impact of road accidents beyond the statistics
Aside from medical and legal costs there is the pain and suffering, not just to the people involved in accidents but to the family, friends, colleagues and neighbours.
Young readers will love 'Butterfly, We’re Expecting You'
Come explore your backyard. Who knows what you'll find? A butterfly, a frog, a bird . . . maybe even a dinosaur!
A fascinating memoir of over 40 years on the news frontline
Hugh Riminton has been shot at, blown up, threatened with deportation and thrown in jail. He has witnessed massacres wars and conflicts on four continents.
Courage has many faces in 'The Chilbury Ladies’ Choir'
In this charming Kent village, joining together in song is just what the women need as their hearts break when their sons and husbands leave to fight.
'I learned more, and was given more, as a teacher than I expected'
But forget about 'short days and long holidays' - that's an absolute myth!
Imagine if 'every word is a bird we teach to sing'
What a joyous romp we would share through the world of words, letters, stories and meanings; from the art of translation to the lyricism of sign language.
Love, laughter and dark family secrets: the beautiful stories of Monica McInerney
Fans of Monica McInerney are always delighted to hear she has another book out. The Trip of a Lifetime, her...
Husband's memoir of murdered Brit MP Jo Cox is heart wrenching
The wife, mother, sister, activist and MP fought every day of her life for a better world, with energy and zest.
Knitting plus books equals Literary Knits by Nikol Lohr
Looking for a knitting pattern for members of your family, men, women, children or babies? Inspiration may be as close as your favourite book.
Understanding the 'New Chinese' who're changing Australia
They're effectively China's version of Baby Boomers.
Did Australia let Japanese and German war criminals go free?
A very worthy addition to our understanding of Australia’s reaction to the Second World War.
The WW2 ambulance drivers history forgot
A classical romance of misunderstandings set against the chaos of London in the Blitz.
Craft Corner: Charming knitting patterns inspired by Jane Austen
Book Review: 'The Best of Jane Austen Knits'
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