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(how a ship load of convicts survived the wreck of the “Hive” to make a new life in Australia.) This is an intensely researched history of early Australian settlement, focussing on a group of Irish convicts.  The 250 Irish prisoners, who were transported to New South Wales in 1835, were…
This is not a story from the “I’ve been everywhere girl’ travel style memoir, this is a truly riveting and fascinating look into a country and culture that almost defies itself by its difference from Island to Island, with its history, religion, trade and truly spectacular landscape.  This is a…
It’s a fact: most of us will grow older and in doing so look back upon years and times spent, emotions discovered, felt and explored and wonder what the years to come will bring. How we will cope with growing older and how we are going to manage days, months…
Although this is billed as the first book in a Fantasy Series for 7-12 year olds, it’s a great read for anyone who loves Fantasy Sci-Fi, as it holds the interest right up until the final word, something that is not always achievable and while definitely Fantasy, could almost be…
Numbers, numbers, numbers, say that to most kids and they will freak out. If you are a teacher you will know the truth of that statement. But here Liz Strachan in her “Numbers are Forever”, has shown us what every reasonable teacher can do to take the drudgery out of…
First loves can sometimes last a lifetime and by doing so colour all the hours of the days in the years that are to follow. When Grace Hamblin, daughter of the head gardener and beekeeper,  falls in love with Rufus Duncliffe, son of Lord and lady Penselwood little did she…
This is Alafair's tenth book and it shows as she writes with clarity and certainty, which can be difficult when dealing with many characters and murders. The clues are revealed and unraveled within a framework of information and planning, keeping the reader in the loop at all times. As the…
In this superb collection of Famous Australians, photographer Richard Simpkin has created a book that encapsulates much of the history of the Australian people. In doing so has delivered a ‘memoir’ to so many who have added that little bit extra to shape not only the past, but the future…
I opened this latest compilation of stories from Justin St Vincent in the middle of the book, simply because I could. The words that came immediately to view are from  the Artistic Director of the Washington Master Chorale, Thomas Colohan, ‘ When I stand in front of my chorus and…
Young Detective Lexie Rogers is back in another tantalising thriller when she and her partner Brad Sommers are called to the scene of a murder at one of the popular Sydney beaches on an chilly winters morning. The body of a young woman has been found, beautifully laid out with…
Raw food! So what you say! What’s so fantastic about eating raw food? Well, according to Scott Mathias, raw food is the best way to living a healthy , energetic and vital lifestyle and he has proven this, turning his life of a semi-invalid around, becoming a healthy person enjoying…
When you are having one of those days, or weeks, or months life has an habit of presenting you with from time to time, Sa Silvano has the answer, or if not the answer, along with some guidance to help you through the tough stuff.
This is an intense and tightly woven story that has layers of complexity.  The health system, hospital life, personnel and ethics are closely woven together with mystery and death.  It is very difficult to put this book down as it is so topical, blending mystery and drama with everyday hospital…
When Hugh Tindall a was a lad he lived out in the backblocks of Queensland, in the Diamantina river country on a  collective of land, known then as a poor man’s selection, which was nothing but hard work to get it to produce anything. This is his and his families…
Billed as a majestic page turner as well as intense, riotous and funny it is hard to see where this image comes from as it is more than intense, it is seriously dark! Perhaps it if you enjoy a novel of the moment that, to use a phrase ‘is in…
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