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Too Hot to Handle

by Aleah Barley

Too Hot to Handle by Aleah Barley:

She was playing with fire...

Honey Moore has made a pledge: no more stealing cars and no more lusting after Jack Ogden. But when an arsonist torches her house and chases her...

Second Chances

by Rita Oberlies

Will the past keep them apart…

High-powered attorney Luke Braden knows that perfection only comes once in a lifetime, and for him it came and went in the form of his college girlfriend, Brenna Morgan. Circumstances...

Why Human Security Matters: Rethinking Australian foreign policy

by Dennis Altman, Joseph A. Camilleri & Robyn Eckersley

Threats to Australian security today are more likely to come from climate change or international criminal networks than in the form of a military attack. Why Human Security Matters sets a framework for understanding...

The Little Company

by Eleanor Dark

A novel of wartime Australia.

Democracy in Iraq: History, Politics, Discourse

by Benjamin Isakhan

This book proposes a significant reassessment of the history of Iraq, documenting democratic experiences from ancient Mesopotamia through to the US occupation. Taking an interdisciplinary approach and referring...

Henry VIII and History

by Thomas Betteridge & Thomas S. Freeman

Henry VIII remains the most iconic, controversial and enigmatic of all English Kings. For over four-hundred years he has been lauded, reviled and mocked, but rarely ignored. In this collection, Henry's historical...

Blood Is a Stranger

by Roland Perry

Ken Cardinal is summoned to Australia to identify the murdered body of his son, a laser physicist. His search for the killer and their motive takes him from Sydney to remote Arnhem Land and across Asia to the...

In Mine Own Heart

by Alan Marshall

In the third book of Alan Marshall's three-part autobiography, his own struggle to assert himself socially and professionally despite his disability, becomes overwhelmed by the Depression that gradually engulfs...

Nice Shootin' Cowboy

by Anson Cameron

In these blackly humorous and twisting tales, Anson Cameron takes you to the darker fringes of Australia's heartland, where babies are traded illegally out of Ford Falcons, red cordial makes men weep, and the...

The Blind Eye

by Georgia Blain

Silas is haunted by the vision of a luminous, surreal garden on the outskirts of Port Tremaine, a desolate country town. In this garden lives Constance, as beautiful as the morning and as blind as the night....

Selected Poems

by A. D. Hope

This selection of A.D. Hope's poetry was published in 1992, the first in Australia since 1973. It includes pieces from all his major collections, including The Wandering Islands, first published in 1955, his...

A Bough in Hell

by Dymphna Cusack

Vulnerable and uncertain of herself, Roslyn is a woman who needs people needs to feel that people need her. But her husband Rod, an officer in the Australian Navy, is often away at sea, and her daughter --...

The Custodians

by Nicholas Jose

Against the scarred landscape of contemporary Australia, eight childhood friends seek their individual destinies: Alex, ambitious but melancholy; Cleve, snatched by the state from his parents; Danny, his twin...

For the Term of His Natural Life

by Marcus Clarke

For the Term of His Natural Life is a classic Australian novel of convict life. Relating the intricate and savage interplay between the jailers and the jailed, Marcus Clarke weaves the tragic tale of his wrongfully...

God and the Scientist: Exploring the Work of John Polkinghorne

by Fraser Watts & Christopher C. Knight

This book presents a celebration, survey and critique of the theological work of arguably the most important and most widely-read contributor to the modern dialogue between science and theology: John Polkinghorne....

The Boy Who Wouldn't Die

by David Nyuol Vincent & Carol Nader

The inspiring story of David Nyuol Vincent, a Sudanese refugee who survived famine, wars, and fifteen years in camps to find a new life in Australia. David Nyuol Vincent was a little boy when he fled southern...

Muckraker: The Scandalous Life and Times of W. T. Stead, Britain's First Investigative Journalist

by W. Sydney Robinson

A major work by a brilliant young biographer, Muckraker details the tenacity and verve of one of Victorian Britain’s most compelling characters. Credited with pioneering investigative reporting, W. T. Stead...

The Path of Infinite Sorrow

by Craig Collie & Hajime Marutani

The story of the bloody Kokoda campaign, told for the first time through the personal experiences of the Japanese soldiers.

Postcards from the Other Side: True Stories of the Afterlife

by Ezio De De Angelis & Michelle De De Angelis

An amazing book of everyday stories of life after death from high-profile psychics Ezio de Angelis, voted Psychic of the Year, and his wife Michelle.

Step Up and Dance

by Thalia Kalkipsakis

Dancing means everything to Saph until an unexpected valentine turns everything upside down.

'As I leaped and kicked, taking care to be perfectly in line, I felt a quickening in my chest, a secret dance in my...