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Two-way Cut

by Garry Disher

'Disher is brilliant.' Sydney Morning Herald

Leah Flood is on the run. The cops are after her and she has to keep one step ahead. The irony is that Leah is a cop too. But she?s a cop who made a mistake. Leah...

Moondyne Kate

by Garry Disher

`a fabulous and creative novel? Daily Advertiser

I goses by the name Moondyne Kate...

I was a Orphan Girl and fell into a great melancholy

of the spirit, great discouragement was my lot...

Canongate was a colourful...

Shrinking Violet

by Danielle Joseph

High school senior Teresa Adams is so painfully shy that she dreads speaking to anyone in the hallways or getting called on in class. But in the privacy of her bedroom with her iPod in hand, she rocks out --...

Maddie Finn

by Garry Disher

Maddie Finn lives with her mother above a converted stable in the grounds of a big house owned by the gloomy Harold Delamore. It's their `cosy refuge against the world? and Maddie's favourite task is to walk...

From Your Friend, Louis Deane

by Garry Disher

`...stunning... Disher is brilliant? Sydney Morning Herald

We always hurt the ones we love...

When Louis?s parents decide to move from the city to a small coastal town, Louis finds himself at odds with everything...

Eva's Angel

by Garry Disher

Eva Hicks has come to Italy for love and art. What she finds in the shifting light of Tuscany are gunshots along the terraced hillsides, the enigmatic Nye and a sense of her misplaced faith.

Meanwhile, in a crypt...

The Divine Wind

by Garry Disher

`an outstanding piece of writing...a powerful novel...? Reading Time

Friendship is a slippery notion. We lose friends as we change and our friends don?t, or as we form other alliances, or as we betray our friends...

The Apostle Bird

by Garry Disher

`a masterful achievement? Magpies

We have come here to scratch for gold.

Once we had a house, a business and a Packard sedan,

but they are gone now, seized by the bank.

The year is 1934, the time of the Great Depression....

Stormbringer ll: Lightning Nest

by Kerry Greenwood

The heroes of THE RAT AND THE RAVEN have returned to the University, but they are restless. They don?t fit in any more. Swart is told dreadful news by his father, and at the same time a petitioner comes on foot...

Tennis Star

by Raewyn Caisley

TENNIS STAR is the story of twelve-year-old Nathan Taylor, who everybody says looks like his hero Richard Krafter. After unexpected success at the District Final, Nathan begins to take himself a little too seriously....

Surfing Goliath

by Michael Hyde

Seal and his mates live in the remote coastal town of Brown?s Beach. Seal lives for the thrill of body boarding. Seal?s mate Angelo lives for fishing, especially the danger of shark fishing. Every three years...

In Union

by Raewyn Caisley

Twelve-year-old Christian Phillips doesn?t think he will make the junior rugby team. When his parents give him a pair of footy boots before the trial ? a gift from his late grandfather, a staunch Wallabies fan...

Stormbringer lll: Ravens Rising

by Kerry Greenwood

After bringing down the Lightning Nest, the heroes of THE RAT AND THE RAVEN have returned to the University, only to find it deserted and the gates locked. Dismas, who can break any lock, opens the outer door...

Stormbringer l: The Rat and the Raven

by Kerry Greenwood

Ten years after a terrible accident that stripped the earth with laser burns seven kilometres wide and brought an end to most of human civilisation, patches of settlement still survive. One is the University,...

What Willow Knew

by June Colbert

Sarah Jane `Lucky? Carter is a big-boned, smart-mouthed sixteen-year-old. Willow Moonstone, Sarah?s legal guardian for the past five years, has vanished without a trace. The police believe she?s been murdered....


by June Colbert

Sara is fifteen and secretly in love with Kel Pearson. Her dad is a Meatball. Kel?s dad is a Meatball too. `Meatballs? like to jump into earthquakes and climb inside volcanoes to take their temperatures. When...

Variant X

by Sue Robinson

Australia?s strict quarantine rules have been breached and an alien strain of Dermatobia hominis, the human botfly, has crossed with the harmless native variety, creating a new and deadly strain which flourishes...

Battle for Quentaris

by Michael Pryor

Who owns the mysterious statues found under the Old Tree Guesthouse? The claims of two mortal enemies turn from argument to battle and soon all of Quentaris is drawn into their age-old struggle. Nisha Fairsight...

The Last Boy

by June Colbert

After fourteen-year-old Ben argues with his family, he goes to their bomb shelter, expecting his family will turn up any day to fetch him. However, his wait turns to weeks and when Ben finally emerges he finds...

The King of Large

by June Colbert

THE KING OF LARGE is the personal diary of Robbie, an overweight kid. Robbie's problems with his weight become critical when his health deteriorates to the point where he has blackouts and is excluded from the...