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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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One might expect a good yarn from an author who’s recently chosen to live and work in a bus, travelling around Australia, and now settling in Western Australia. And Bren …

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Bedtime, Daddy! is a delightful role reversal tale in which baby bear is trying to put a sleepy daddy bear to bed. It is funny, sweet and engaging. Parents will …

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No! Never!

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Georgie is the sweetest child ever — until the day she learns to say ‘No! Never!’ From then on, yelling ‘No! Never!’ becomes Georgie’s favourite (and frequent) chant … before …

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