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Saturday on the Couch: remembering surfing in the sixties

If you think Surfing in the Sixties will be a nostalgic book by four of the more notable photographers of those...
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18 Mar

As the war draws to a close, one woman faces her greatest battle...

Set over ten tumultuous months in 1945, The Woolgrower’s Companion by Joy Rhoades is the gripping story of one woman’s fight against...
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17 Mar

Rural romance meets family mystery in the Australian outback

I was intrigued by the notion of reviewing a book written by four members of a book club. Would it...
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16 Mar

The fascinating untold story of Banjo Paterson's mother Rose

Looking for Rose Paterson is a beautifully produced book, published by the National Library of Australia Publishing, a tribute to Rose...
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15 Mar

Uncovering Sydney's shameful unsolved murders

I have the greatest respect for the writing of Duncan McNab, one-time NSW policeman, private investigator, author, journalist and, as...
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14 Mar

How Machiavelli and the Borgias changed history forever

From Sarah Dunant, the author of The Birth of Venus and In the Company of the Courtesan, comes a thrilling new novel...
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13 Mar

Upcoming book-to-film adaptations in 2017

It’s no secret that filmmakers love adapting books for their films. It’s also no secret that we love watching films that have...
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12 Mar

A haunting love story about the thrills and terrors of the deep

I found the beginning of Storm and Grace by Kathryn Heyman to be mystifying but was somehow compelled to read and...
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10 Mar

Lovemurder: Thriller storytelling at its finest

A flurry of twists and turns around every corner … but are they all what they seem? Firstly, a word...
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9 Mar

Could a woman make it as a war correspondent in 1917?

When journalist Rebecca Quinn leaves the comforts of her middle-class Sydney home with her husband Jack to become war correspondents...
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8 Mar

An intense personal story of survival

“My drunken state transforms the cries of crickets into opera.” This book could just as easily have been entitled “The...
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7 Mar

Hachette Book of the Week: Awakening the Miracle of You

Awakening the Miracle of You by Judith Collins contains affirmations to help you deal positively with specific challenges that can occur...
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6 Mar

Cookbook Corner: For those who love a healthy, hearty soup

First impressions count for a lot when we pick up a potential cookbook to purchase. It has to be good...
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5 Mar

The self-proclaimed "loud woman" speaking out against fat shaming

Shrill is subtitled ‘Notes from a Loud Woman’ and the blurb uses words like ‘kick ass’ and ‘black humour’. What reading...
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5 Mar

Saturday on the Couch: Enjoying life's simple pleasures

It must have been the quarter portion of Danish blood which I have inherited that drew me to this wonderful...
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4 Mar

A practical guide to living with anxiety

  Sarah Wilson has helped over 1.2 million people across the world to quit sugar. She has also been an...
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3 Mar