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The Hodgkiss Mysteries

The Hodgkiss Mysteries #2

by Peter Sinclair

Hodgkiss and the Mayoral Stakes / Hodgkiss Hits the Sales / Hodgkiss and the Two Musketeers - Hodgkiss is back. The cranky old sod is still sniping at the conniving, manipulative members of Kanundda Council...


The Code of the Apocalypse

by Martin Cole

21st December 2012 came and went. Apparently, the world had survived the foretold Apocalypse. But what really happened on that fateful day? Join an epic adventure to exotic places to learn the secret of the...


The Blood Forest

by Kevin McGrath

Errol Davis is both cunning and vicious. When he walks, he crouches like a wild dog. He is also supremely patient, prepared to wait long hours to prey upon the young women he encounters hitchhiking, bushwalking...


Facing the Music

by Brian Smith

Trapped in a world of standover men and devious building deals, Mike Georgiou is... Facing the Music. When a crane failure on the CityView high-rise development puts two of his men in hospital project manager...


Big Days, Whoppers and Oh, My Gods

by JP Mayfred

My friend always said that there were only three types of days in this world: Big ones, Whoppers and Oh, my Gods. Growing up in Melbourne in the '60s, if you didn't like your job in the morning then you could...


Blokes and Dunnies

by Jeff Self

On his regular travels across and around Australia a retired psychiatrist notes the mental processes and attitudes of his fellow males while using public toilets. He takes the reader on a psychologically based...


Plotting the Future

by Kate Seaton

If it was asked of you to fix the world's economic problems, and you were given the power to do so, where would you start? If I then asked you to stop and seriously give it more than ten minutes thought, what...


Careering Into Corrections

by Cleo Lynch

The disintegration of a marriage and a plummeting in financial and social status when in her late forties, leaves the author stranded with a limited income, custody of the two youngest children, a mortgage,...


Against the Wind

by J A O'Brien

Set in Dublin during the years of the Second World War and in England during the postwar years of the 1950s and 1960s Against the Wind is a lively and compelling memoir. It is the story of a young man of independent...


The Order of the Lily

by Catherine A Wilson & Catherine T Wilson

When valour and duty stand above a heart's desire... Separated as infants and rediscovered by chance, sisters, Catherine Pembroke and Cecile d'Armagnac solve the mystery which forced them apart (The Lily and...


Wallaby Stew

by Di Perkins

'This collection will gladden hearts; young people revealing hopes and dreams, being frank about weaknesses and in a few cases surprised to discover their strengths. Listen to them, they shape the society and...


Faraway on an Island

by Liz Newton

In 1979 Ruby O'Leary follows her dream, only to find herself on an island in the Pacific Ocean, about ten degrees south of the Equator. Sailing with her husband, their yacht Windward is tossed in a storm, leaving...


My Brother Sean

by Seán| Hampsey

This story, (the first of a trilogy) covers the period in Ireland of The Hampsey family, leading up to the late 50s until their arrival as 10 pound migrants in Australia, November 1960. At that time they were...


Small, Sweet, Bitter

by Duncan Campbell

What really goes through the minds of pastry chefs? Are they like kitchen chefs? Are they of the same temperament? Do they get the same recognition? Highly experienced pastry chef Duncan Campbell invites you...


Martyrs and Cowards

by Niyi Awofeso

As the macabre al-Qaeda attacks of 11 September 2001 on the United States illustrate, suicidal terrorism constitutes an enigmatic form of violence in which a fighter's certain death is a precondition for the...


The Black Sheep

by Ray Burt

From childhood to the present, the author of 'The Black Sheep - the autobiography of a paraplegic ' details the events leading towards his motorbike accident that resulted in his becoming a paraplegic, how his...


England's Ethnic Cleansing of the Jews

by Leonie Star

William Duke of Normandy conquers England in 1066. Jews follow him, arriving as traders. They have financial expertise and money-lending capabilities that are much needed in the medieval economy. A few have...


The Secret Fire

by Laurie Jo Moore

This book tells the gripping stories of twelve men who were imprisoned in the death camps in Laos. It tells the truth about the hidden war in Laos. Together the stories of these men show how communism destroyed...


Severed Past

by Anthony R Jansen

A car crash fourteen years ago. The result-amnesia.A terrible accident ... or was it? Since that fateful day, computer expert David Hayes has been consumed by his need to learn more about his past. Frustrated...


Patient Fortitude

by Christine Perrott

This moving true story is an example of the power of self-belief, support, persistence and courage; gives insight into the interior of a public hospital and the emotions of two people experiencing an extended...