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Simonetta Cattaneo Vespucci, was the ‘it’ girl of the Renaissance era.
The mystery unfolds slowly, but with never a dull moment.
A captivating new biography places Martin Sharp’s art in context.
Nir Baram decides to visit the occupied territories in Israel to observe the situation first-hand.
Book One of the Change Trilogy: Callie, and her new-found friend, Matt, are young teenagers on a perilous journey.
Ida is a novel about youth, acceptance and the mysterious power of inter-dimensional travel.
Provocative, teasing, charismatic and achingly tender.
A Simple Favour is a wannabe Gone Girl sensation that falls flat with weak characters.
In a harsh world, Laurie Frankel's Walsh family is one you'd like to be part of.
Three writers took us on quite a ramble through this rich and rewarding pursuit at Perth Writers Festival.
Little Magic: featuring Ken Liu, Julie Koh and Laura Elizabeth Woollett.
A highlight from the Perth Writers Festival 2017 featuring Nick Earls.
A high point of Perth International Arts Festival is the Writers Festival.
This book opens with a moving and subtle account of an accident.
A well-researched unauthorised biography of George Lucas by Brian Jay Jones.
Dame Harriet Walter gives insight into some of the roles she has played.
This is a murder story, a psychological thriller, and something more.
A rumination on absence.
The Trapeze Act treads the high wire with some unbelievable characters.
Good sex is entirely possible for seniors, according to author Marie de Hennezel.
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