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  • After This: Survivors of the Holocaust speak ebook

    by Alice Nelson

    On 27 January 2015 the world commemorated the 70-year anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz-Birkenau. As the last living witnesses of that terrible time pass away, award-winning writer Alice Nelson presents a powerful collection of fourteen narratives by Australian Holocaust survivors told in their voices. Each individual’s account of the war…Read more »

  • Before It Breaks ebook

    by Dave Warner

    Detective Daniel Clement is back in Broome, licking his wounds from a busted marriage and struggling to be impressed by his new team of small-town cops. Here, in the oasis on the edge of the desert, life is as stagnant as Clement’s latest career move.

    But when a body is discovered at a local fishing spot, it is clearly not the result of a crocodile…Read more »

  • Carousel ebook

    by Brendan Ritchie

    Nox is an arts graduate wondering what to do with his life. Taylor and Lizzy are famous indie musicians, and Rocky works the checkouts at Target.
    When they find themselves trapped in a giant shopping centre, they eat fast food, watch bad TV and wait for the mess to be sorted. But when days turn to weeks, a sense of menace grows. Read more »

  • In love and war: nursing heroes ebook

    by Liz Byrski

    In the aftermath of the Battle of Britain, airmen filled a small Sussex town where pioneering plastic surgeon Archibald McIndoe established revolutionary surgical and therapeutic treatments.

    For the child Liz Byrski, the burnt faces of these airmen filled her nightmares.

    In her late sixties, Liz returned to make peace with her memories and to…Read more »

  • Dropping In ebook

    by Geoff Havel

    Sticks and Ranga live on the same street, go to the same school and love the same things – skateboarding and PlayStation.

    When new kid James arrives in his wheelchair, Sticks isn’t sure they can be friends. But Sticks quickly discovers they have a lot in common. Cerebral palsy stops James from doing some things but it hasn’t dulled his sense…Read more »

  • Bad Seed ebook

    by Alan Carter

    When wealthy property developer Francis Tan and his family are found slain in their mansion, Cato Kwong is forced to recall a personal history that makes his investigation doubly painful. The killer is elusive and brutal, and the investigation takes Cato to Shanghai. In a world of spoilt rich kids and cyber dragons, Cato is about to discover a whole…Read more »

  • Black Light ebook

    by K.A. Bedford

    Black Light is a brilliant read – a paranormal thriller that goes straight to the mysteries of the human heart.’ David Whish-Wilson

    This cracking supernatural crime mystery from the winner of the Aurealis Award has all the cosy intrigue of a BBC TV period drama.

    Ruth Black, an English novelist left widowed by the mysterious death of her…Read more »

  • Conversations I've never had ebook

    by Caitlin Maling

    In her debut collection, award-winning talent Caitlin Maling explores coming of age in contemporary Australia. Writing from Perth, Houston and Cambridge, Maling’s early years to adulthood are told through the lens of the Australian landscape. For young settler Australians this is a place that both defines and undermines identityRead more »

  • Under a bilari tree I born ebook

    by Alice Bilari Smith

    Alice Bilari Smith lived in the Pilbara, on stations and in the bush, on government reserves and in towns. Narrowly avoiding removal from her family by ‘the Welfare’, life on the stations taught her to cook and launder, sew and clean, shoe horses, chop wood and milk cows. As a young married woman she added mustering, dingo scalping, shearers’…Read more »

  • Riddle Gully Runaway ebook

    by Jen Banyard

    When junior reporter Pollo implicates the Mayor’s nephew in a spate of local robberies, she sets in train a series of mishaps that only she, her friend Will and her faithful sheep sidekick Shorn Connery can set to rights. Read more »

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From the Catalogue

Debut novels to be published in UK

Two more Fremantle Press novels are heading to the UK. The Life and Loves of Lena Gaunt by Tracy Farr and The Weaver Fish by Robert Edeson will be published by Aardvark Bureau.

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