A hot summer. A shocking murder. A town of secrets, waiting to explode. A brooding, suspenseful and explosive debut that will grip you from the first page to the last.
Hello and welcome to episode three of Friday Edition – new releases. Listen here to three short readings and information about the books and their authors.
The dishonest life and dishonoured loves of Thomas Guthrie Carr – Mesmerist
New releases today are: Gwen by Goldie Goldblum published by Fremantle Press (fiction) Pleasant Girls by Lia Weston published by Pan Macmillan Australia (fiction) Not
May Callaghan wasn’t frightened of a challenge. But she’d never expected to face this. A story of forced adoption in Australia set against the backdrop of the Vietnam War.
Introducing Edition the new podcast from The Book Podcast every Friday. Featuring new book releases for July 2017. Featured today: The Paris Wedding, a romance. Writing True Stories, Non fiction. Corpse Light an urban fantasy.
Glenna Thomson is an experienced blueberry orchardist. She has worked alongside backpackers, spent winter months pruning, and long days in the packing shed during harvest.
Hello everyone and thank you for subscribing to The Book Podcast. Next Tuesday’s podcast is an interview with Glenna Thomson about her book ‘Blueberry’ The
Petite, glamorous and beguiling, Jessie ‘Chubbie’ Miller was one remarkable woman … flyer, thrill seeker, heartbreaker. No adventure was too wild for her, no danger too extreme. And all over the world, men adored her.
Watching goes both ways… They watch for control, for survival, for pleasure. We watch for survival, for fear, for love. A contemporary thriller of rebellion
Claire Corbett’s novel ‘Watch over me’. Corbett’s atmospheric landscape, with its eerie glacial light, its drifts of fog and explosives, wild geese and Sequestered Forest,
A compelling memoir of family secrets, murder, sexual assault and domestic violence is also the gripping story of Renee’s constant struggle to accept the truth and her true identity, and, ultimately, to forge a life on her own terms.
Renee McBryde’s memoir House of Lies. This compelling memoir of family secrets, murder, sexual assault and domestic violence is also the gripping story of Renee’s
Wry, rich and unsettling, All Fall Down is a starkly Australian gothic novel about a community divided, the secrets we keep, and a chilling belief
Cassandra Austin’s brilliant new book – one of the best books I’ve read his year. Wry, rich and unsettling, All Fall Down is a starkly
‘To the Sea’ is Australian author Christine Dibley’s debut crime novel. Set in Tasmania and Ireland it is lyrical, evocative and deeply engrossing.
Christine Dibleys wonderful story that weaves the lives of generations of women from the present day in Tasmania to the wilds of Mayo, Ireland in times
Sometimes you have to resolve the past before you can face the future. The moving and heart-warming new novel from Fleur McDonald.s of social media
Tune in next Tuesday to hear Fleur McDonald talk about her book ‘The Missing Pieces of us’. Sometimes you have to resolve the past before
A gritty and beguiling story of Gypsy life in 1800’s England, a story that will enchant and delight readers.