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Rural fiction has become a broadly recognised and popular genre in recent years and Fleur McDonald is one of its brightest stars. Her latest novel, The Shearer’s Wife, takes readers …

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Stephen Twartz spins a tale of war and homecoming, following Eiric Sullivan and the Light Horse Brigade to Palestine in 1914 and on to his homecoming and post-war life in …

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Leslie Thiele’s debut short story collection Skyglow gracefully explores an array of issues that will sit with you long after closing its cover. From the miraculous to the mechanical, Skyglow delves into the …

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Death Leaves the Station is Alexander Thorpe’s thoroughly delightful debut novel. Set in 1927, it is a classic whodunnit peopled with idiosyncratic and memorable characters, including a nameless friar, Mariana …

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When Olivia Demidenko receives word that her cousin has been killed, she can’t resist investigating the suspicious circumstances surrounding his death. Policeman Adam Marshall is already struggling with the aftermath …

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