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When the Ground is Hard by Malla Nunn A stunning and heartrending mystery set in a Swaziland boarding school about two girls of different castes who bond over a shared copy of Jane Eyre. Shauna's Great Expectations by Kathleen Loughnan A fresh and compelling novel about an Aboriginal scholarship student and her surprising final year of school. The Wonder of Lost Causes by Nick Trout A single mum learns that her son can talk to a very special dog - and the lessons the dog teaches will transform them all.

Life Before by Carmel Reilly Suspense and family secrets surround a pair of estranged siblings in a compelling debut thriller. Alice to Prague by Tanya Heaslip What happens when a young independent Northern Territory country girl decides to follow her dreams and go off in search of adventures abroad? Losing the Plot by Elizabeth Coleman Funny, charming and captivating, with a plot within a plot, and a girl who is looking for love in all the wrong places.

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The Colonial Fantasy by Sarah Maddison A call for a radical restructuring of the relationship between black and white Australia. The Honeyman and the Hunter by Neil Grant Rudra is an Indian-Australian boy at a crossroads, poised to step into the world of adulthood and to discover his cultural heritage and how that might truly define him. Without a Doubt by Fleur McDonald Detective Dave Burrows finds himself on the wrong side of the law as he searches for the link between a murdered man and illegal stock trading in this suspenseful rural crime novel.

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Small Blessings by Emily Brewin Through the unlikeliest of friendships comes a second chance. Black is the New White by Nakkiah Lui The smash-hit play, in print for the first time with a foreword and notes from multitalented playwright, writer, commentator and actor Nakkiah Lui. The Wicked King The Folk of the Air 2 by Holly Black The second book in the thrilling new fantasy series from bestselling author Holly Black about a mortal girl who finds herself caught in a dangerous web of royal faerie intrigue.

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Words That Go Ping by Barbara Lasserre Barbara Lasserre brings the neglected world of onomatopoeia to life in this witty little gem of a book which will delight language lovers. Great Bush Stories by Graham Seal Tales from life on the land and outback adventures continue to intrigue, puzzle and entertain us. A Spark of Light by Jodi Picoult The 1 New York Times bestselling author of Small Great Things returns with a powerful and provocative new novel about ordinary lives that intersect during a heart-stopping crisis.

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Where the Light Falls by Gretchen Shirm An expat photographer returns to Australia to make sense of his traumatic childhood and the disappearance of his former girlfriend. High Season by Jessica Whitman First in a three book series by world-renowned polo player and global face of Ralph Lauren, Nacho Figueras, set in the glamorous, treacherous world of high-stakes polo competition. Palace of Tears by Julian Leatherdale The dazzling story of family, passion, secrets and vengeance, woven through the hardships of both World Wars, and revealing the intriguing history of the Palace, the opulent Blue Mountains hotel famed for its luxury and mysterious owner.

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The Last Painting of Sara de Vos by Dominic Smith A dazzling and mesmerising story that charts the collision course between a rare landscape by a female Dutch painter of the golden age, an inheritor of the work in s Manhattan, and a celebrated art historian who painted a forgery of it in her youth. At the Water's Edge by Sara Gruen A gripping and poignant love story about a privileged young woman's personal awakening as she experiences the devastations of World War II in a Scottish Highlands village.

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Castle of Dreams by Elise McCune A ruined castle deep in the rainforest holds a secret that unites three generations of women: two sisters who find themselves in love with the same man as the Second World War rages and, decades later, a young woman determined to uncover the secrets in her grandmother's hidden past. Wife on the Run by Fiona Higgins When social media and a mobile phone expose a high school scandal and a husband's shameful secrets the only thing left to do is run. Primary School Confidential by Mrs Woog Popular columnist and blogger Mrs Woog blows the lid off primary school in a hilarious but loving, no-holds-barred 'expose' of what really goes on inside the school gates.

One Day meets Roman Holiday! Wicked's Way by Anna Fienberg Anna Fienberg's fabulous new high-seas pirate adventure, with scoundrels and blaggards, devilish treachery, and pirates who long for a bit of comfort - great reading for 8 to 12 year olds from the world of Horrendo's Curse. Bad Behaviour by Rebecca Starford It should have been a time of acquiring confidence, building self respect and independence, of fostering a connection with the natural world through long hikes. The Way We Roll by Scot Gardner From the author of the award-winning The Dead I Know comes an urban 'bromance' with an unexpected twist, featuring a boy from the upper end of town who finds refuge and friendship pushing trolleys at the local supermarket and avoiding a troubling secret in his own past.

My Sister Rosa by Justine Larbalestier What if the most terrifying person you'd ever met was your ten-year old sister? Summer Skin by Kirsty Eagar A searingly honest and achingly funny story about love and sex amid the hotbed of university colleges by the award-winning author of Raw Blue. Thicker than Water by Brigid Kemmerer Thomas is the new kid in town.

Movie Star by Lizzie Pepper by Hilary Liftin Theirs was a match made in Hollywood heaven: Elizabeth formerly Lizzie Pepper and Hollywood mega-star Rob Mars had their photographs on the cover of every magazine and their pick of lead roles in every blockbuster film. The Eye of the Sheep by Sofie Laguna Told from the mesmerising point of view and in the inimitable voice of Jimmy, this is an extraordinary novel about a poor family who is struggling to cope with a different and difficult child.

The Natural Way of Things by Charlotte Wood Two women awaken from a drugged sleep to find themselves imprisoned in an abandoned property in the middle of a desert in a story of two friends, sisterly love and courage - a gripping, starkly imaginative exploration of contemporary misogyny and corporate control, and of what it means to hunt and be hunted. The Short and Excruciatingly Embarrassing Reign of Captain Abbott by Andrew P Street An irreverent take on the political life and times of Australia's twenty eighth prime minister, detailing a litany of questionable calls, miraculous blunders, and inexplicable mistakes.

Swimming Home by Mary-Rose MacColl In London in the mids, a young Australian and her aunt are each on a journey of self-discovery - one by attempting to swim the English Channel the other to rediscover the woman she used to be. The Secret Son by Jenny Ackland An Australian historian determined to find the truth, a stolen inheritance, a wishing tree, a long-lost grandmother, and an unlikely sweetheart come together in a dazzlingly original, audacious and exhilarating novel about love, honour and belonging, and what it means to be a good person. Lair of Dreams: The Diviners 2 by Libba Bray The second book in the New York Times bestselling series showcases a new evil descending on s New York City, as teen psychic Evie and her similarly gifted friends go on the hunt for a demon bride.

A Good Place to Hide by Peter Grose They kept their heads down, they kept their mouths shut and they stuck together to offer sanctuary and shelter to over Jews in their small villages in the isolated upper reaches of the Loire. Endurance by Tim Griffiths A gripping, white-knuckle novel set in the Antarctic and the muddy fields of the Western Front, told through the eyes of real-life adventurer and pioneer Australian photographer Frank Hurley. Cluetopia by David Astle A celebration of the th birthday of the crossword puzzle.

The Steady Running of the Hour by Justin Go In this mesmerising debut, a young American discovers he may be heir to the unclaimed estate of an English World War I officer, which launches him on a quest across Europe to uncover the elusive truth. Surveillance by Bernard Keane They are watching you.

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Harry Mac by Russell Eldridge In this beautiful coming-of-age story set in a year of political turmoil in South Africa, Tom and Millie are best friends, relying on each other to make sense of what's going on in their lives and in the lives of their families. Pieces of Sky by Trinity Doyle A strong atmospheric novel about Lucy, a sixteen-year-old competitive swimmer in a coastal town who is grappling with a fear of water after the untimely death of her surfer brother.

Leap by Myfanwy Jones A heart-breaking, heart-lifting, effortlessly enjoyable story about love and grief and everything in between. Stay With Me by Maureen McCarthy The unforgettable story of a young woman finding the courage to escape her present, face her past and embrace her future. The Grass Castle by Karen Viggers The story of two remarkable women and their stories of courage, forgiveness and acceptance from the bestselling author of The Lightkeeper's Wife.

The Umbrian Supper Club by Marlena de Blasi The true story of the Umbrian Thursday night supper club, a group of five women who gather in a derelict stone house in the hills above Italy's Orvieto to cook, eat, drink and talk. Emerald Springs by Fleur McDonald When suspicions are wrongly aimed at Amelia following the theft of proceeds from the local rodeo after a crash and grab, she must work with a sceptical rural detective to clear her name - and that of the man she loves. The Patron Saint of Lost Dogs by Nick Trout A sweet, charming and heartwarming novel about a man who inherits his father's failing veterinary practice and the unlikely friendships, adventures, and second chances that develop as he tries to save it.

Goodbye Sweetheart by Marion Halligan From the author of Valley of Grace comes a powerful novel of love, the desire for understanding, and the inevitable messiness of life. The Secret Life of Luke Livingstone by Charity Norman What do you do when you find that your husband - your father, your son - is not who you thought? The Yellow Eyes of Crocodiles by Katherine Pancol A warmly funny story about love, friendship, betrayal, money, dreams and a little white lie and its hilarious, life-changing consequences.

She became numb with a revelation, and her beliefs held no meaning the moment Maxwell Sheridan left her. Gone was the perfection she thought they had found together. All the good taken away by his decision. Josie has more important things to worry about than the shattered pieces of her heart. Because not even Max can stop her from saying the one goodbye that means the very most. Jennie Jones. Karen Rose. Act Two. Denise Grover Swank. The Playhouse. Shayna Krishnasamy.

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Ann Bryant. Trust in Me. Bethany Lopez. This Way Up. Paige Nick. Southern Flames. Gargoylz Have Fun at the Fair. Jan Burchett. Play Me. Zoe Ashton. Deal Breaker. Marnie ST Clair. Matter of Time. Naomi Muse. Gargoylz Get Up to Mischief. Three Tales of Vampires. John Hennessy. Heisenberg: The Uncertainty Principle. Simon Stephens.