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John Kinsella is an Australian poet, novelist, critic, essayist and editor and his memoir is a fascinating read. Unconventional in style, Kinsella’s passions shine through the text, which scatters details …

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Fans of rural fiction will enjoy Fleur McDonald’s new offering, Starting From Now. Part romance, part crime novel, the story features 25-year-old rural journalist Zara, who is torn between her …

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David Pollock’s engrossing read tells the story of his passionate mission to renew his family’s massive pastoral property in Western Australia’s southern rangelands. It follows on from his appearances on …

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Beth Paterson never expected to see Charlie Campbell again after their teenage romance ended abruptly. In the ensuing decade, she has become a respected doctor in her hometown, and he …

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In this modern retelling of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice, Fiona Palmer replaces the manor houses and gentry of England with sheep stations and wealthy landowners of the Australian outback. In Matters …

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It would be easy to believe that cattle rustling is a crime of yesteryear, but this idea is challenged in Fleur McDonald’s latest novel Without a Doubt. Readers of Fleur …

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