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Give Unto Others

Once again, Commissario Guido Brunetti is willing to bend police rules for an acquaintance, even though Elisabetta Foscarini, the woman who asks the favour, is

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Australiana

This could be any small town. It aches under the heat of summer. It flourishes in the cooler months. Everyone knows everyone. Their families, histories

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Waiting for Gonski

Why is education in Australia failing? Where did we go wrong, and how do we fix it? The Gonski Review seemed like a breakthrough. Commissioned

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Free Love

1967. While London comes alive with the new youth revolution, the suburban Fischer family seems to belong to an older world of conventional stability- pretty,

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Earthquake

From the award-winning creators of Flood, Fire, Cyclone, Drought and Pandemic. Down below the giant rumbled, all around us buildings crumbled, Newcastle began to shake…

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The Comfort Bake

Life can be stressful and tough and sometimes just a bit… meh. Baking is the perfect antidote to busy times, providing a double dose of

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Sheilas

It’s been said that ‘well-behaved women seldom make history’, but the handful of white boys who wrote our history books conveniently left most of them

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It’s Up to Us

Join His Royal Highness, author Christopher Lloyd and 33 amazing award-winning artists from around the world on a beautiful, lyrical and thought-provoking voyage through Nature,

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Diplomatic

In September 2015, Joe Hockey’s promising political career was brought to a dramatic end when Malcolm Turnbull successfully challenged Prime Minister Tony Abbott for the

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A Family of Strangers

With a coveted promotion dangling within reach, the last thing Addy Topic needs to do is waste precious time singing in Rookery Cove’s choir. But

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The Paris Apartment

A beautiful old apartment block, far from the glittering lights of the Eiffel Tower and the bustling banks of the Seine. Where nothing goes unseen,

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Bush School

In 1960, newly minted teacher Peter O’Brien started work as the only teacher at a bush school in Weabonga, two days’ travel by train and

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Missing

In 1972 Mark May is eighteen. He is bright, beautiful and has a scholarship to study law. Ten years later he descends alone into remote

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Dead Horse Gap

When a light plane crashes at night in the midst of the New South Wales Snowy Mountains, Sydney Homicide’s Detective Sergeant Pierce Ryder and Detective

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The Cane

Quala, a North Queensland sugar town, the 1970s. Barbara McClymont walks the cane fields searching for Janet, her sixteen-year-old daughter, who has been missing for

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One-Pot Vegan

From weeknight essentials to gatherings and celebrations, there’s something for every occasion. Start your day with Banana and Almond Pancakes, try your hand at a

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28 Questions

When first-year music student Amalia stumbles into her Oxford college bar, she has no idea that everything is about to change. Seated across from her

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The Christie Affair

In 1926, Agatha Christie disappeared for 11 days. Only I know the truth of her disappearance. I’m no Hercule Poirot. I’m her husband’s mistress. Agatha Christie’s world

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Left You Dead

Niall and Eden Paternoster start their Sunday the same way they always do – with a long drive, a visit to a country house and

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The Queen’s Tiger

It is 1857 and Ian Steele, known to all as Captain Samuel Forbes, is fighting for Queen and country in Persia. A world away, the

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