Winter 2010

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Heartless

At seven, she discovers that love isn’t necessarily forever.
At twenty one, she finds love but it escapes her. [click to continue…]

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The Legacy

What has happened to Ingrid? [click to continue…]

Take a journey up the Murray with Allan Nixon, bestselling author of the Bushies and Beaut Utes series and long-time friend to the mighty river in Riverfolk: Life Along the Murray. [click to continue…]

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Indelible Ink

Marie King is fifty-nine, recently divorced, and has lived a rather conventional life on Sydney’s affluent north shore. Now her three children have moved out, the family home is to be sold, and with it will go her beloved garden. [click to continue…]

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The Great Fletch

When a passing French tennis superstar gave the young Ken Fletcher his tennis racquet, he didn’t know what he’d started. [click to continue…]

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Counter Insurgency

In Counterinsurgency, Kilcullen brings together his most salient writings on this key topic. [click to continue…]

Jeff Johnson, self-confessed ‘bushie’ of no fixed abode, decided almost on a whim to walk across Australia, south to north to raise funds for charity. [click to continue…]

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Mosquito Advertising

Katie Crisp has talent, it’s just that the report card hidden in her room doesn’t show it. [click to continue…]

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Martin Westley Takes a Walk

“People were supposed to remember who they were and where they lived. They were supposed to remember who loved them and who did not and where their grandmothers were born. [click to continue…]

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Looking for Australia

What are the qualities at the heart of Australian culture? How did they arise? What distinguishes us from other nations beyond a fondness for calling each other ‘mate’? [click to continue…]

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Wild Spirit

In June 1975, Australian couple Annette and Win Henderson find themselves stranded in Libreville, Gabon, after travelling halfway across Africa.

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Why you are Australian – A Letter to my Children

As a young woman Nikki Gemmell wanted to travel and see the world; adventure lay in running away from where she had grown up, Australia.

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Everyone and Phar Lap

Peter FitzSimons has been described as Australia’s finest sports writer. His first collection of sports writing, Everyone but Phar Lap, was a national bestseller, and his columns in the Sydney Morning Herald are a must-read for all sports fans.

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Change Your Thinking

Change your thinking is a practical and reassuring guide to overcoming self-defeating thoughts and behaviour.

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Deadly Trust

Former army interrogator Jay Ryan is enjoying the quiet life after leaving the military far behind – or so he thinks.

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Fiveways

Thrust together on a crowded city bus, week after week, the lives of five strangers unfold unexpectedly over the course of this compelling novel.

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The Umbrella Club

During World War 1 a friendship is forged on the battlefields of France between Axel and Edward, two young Englishmen. There, inspired by barrage balloons, they develop a mutual fascination that will change the course of their lives.

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Key Clicks and High Tension

Tom Adams was fascinated with telegraphy from an early age and was invited to witness the transmission of the first shore to ship message in the Southern Hemisphere, sent from Queenscliff to RMS Ophir carrying the Duke and Duchess of York and Cornwall for the opening of Federal Parliament in 1901.

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