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.
Fast and funny, Hopscotch charts a year in the lives of the endearingly flawed Rosen family. Contemporary fiction
Here are some new releases by Australian Women Authors – If you would you like to hear any of them on The Book Podcast, let
Sally Hepworth – A Mothers Promise. A novel about the unbreakable bond between mother’s and daughters.
If you like Jodi Picoult, Jane Green or Kristen Hannah, then you will love Sally Hepworth’s new novel ‘A Mother’s Promise”. Listen to my interview,
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A excerpt from Catherine Berry’s new novel ‘But you are in France, Madam’. One family, three children five bags and a promise of adventure living in the French Alps.
Anne Buist author of the Natalie King crime series talks to me today about the second book in the series ‘Dangerous to know’. Anne Buist
Madeleine Dickie’s talks about her travels, surfing and her debut novel ‘Troppo’
Hilarious book about her life as a new blogger way back before Facebook, Twitter or Snapchat.
Cath Ferla talks about her book ‘Ghost Girls’. Winter in Sydney. The city is brimming with foreign students. Sophie Sandilands takes a job teaching at
The Sound published by Fremantle Press Wiremu Heke of Aramoana joins a sealing boat on a voyage from Tasmania to Western Australia. He is on
ALMOST INVINCIBLE: Suzanne Burdon talks about her book Almost Invincible a biographical novel about Mary Shelley. The book whilst factually based, beautifully imagines the emotions,
THE FRENCH PERFUMER BY AMANDA HAMPSON In the tradition of The Little Paris Bookshop and The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society, this is
Sarah Armstrong talks about her book Promise. Promise by Sarah Armstrong – Published by Pan Macmillan When a new family moves in next door, it takes