Rex sees Rosie as she is, but their daughter Willow sees her mother's eccentricities through different eyes.
As matriarch Margaret Jamieson's health deteriorates, long-held secrets and childhood rivalries threaten to destroy her family
Starts at 60's bookworm-in-chief shares her March reading list, and it's full of absorbing reads for every taste.
Liz grieves for things she's lost: parents, dear friends, dancing the night away, calling up memories with ease. But other blessings have come in their place.
A quirky book, filled with fabulous tips and plenty of tongue–in–cheek humour, tries to explain the French woman's allure.
The first season of the AFL Women’s league was a game changer for Australian sport - personal, political, proud and powerful.
Like the woman herself, this candid memoir is outspoken, unexpected and refreshingly honest.
Margaret, the matriarch of the wealthy Jamieson family, is as tight-fisted with the family money as she is with her affection.
An innocent victim is a devastating symptom of the clash between public morality, private passion and unrelenting poverty.
Annie is a drug addict, a thief and a liar, but her sister Lexie always saves her. Now Lexie faces the choice of saving Annie or Annie's child, Daisy.