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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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A wardrobe of Dior gowns, a secret kept for 65 years and three women bound forever by war … The Paris Secret is the latest title by New York Times …

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By modern standards life on the goldfields was tough but many men, firmly in the grip of gold fever and lured by the prospect of finding an easy fortune, were …

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Ian Reid twists together three tales in an examination of conscience demonstrating that “what is right” is rarely a singular narrative or universal truth. As two post-grad student historians in …

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Set in Victoria in 1853, Blood in the Dust is a fast-paced novel from the winner of the best unpublished manuscript category of the Wilbur Smith Adventure Writing Prize. When …

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Devil’s Ballast is a meticulously researched and marvelously told tale based on the real-life story of 18th century pirate, Anne Bonny. At eighteen, Anne Bonny has already escaped a violent …

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Drawing inspiration from the life of pioneering photojournalist Lee Miller, this latest offering from Natasha Lester illuminates the challenges faced by female correspondents during World War II, taking readers to …

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Fans of David Whish-Wilson’s trilogy of crime novels featuring Frank Swann will recognise his superb storytelling style and elegant prose in this gripping new work of historical fiction that binds …

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