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Hamad’s first book presents an incisive analysis of white womanhood and the lies that perpetuate the myth of a common sisterhood.
The third and last stop in Going Down Swinging’s international project has resulted in an intricate, optimistic, and multilayered exhibition and anthology.
Omar Musa weaves words and rhythms into a seamless story of boyhood, defiance, and faith.
Hill’s must-read book combines detailed research, candid testimonies and an incisive analysis of how abuse perpetrators and victims think.
Hale’s debut novel is an examination of power and changing mother-daughter relationships.
Bryer’s debut novel is a challenging and artful work that plays with parallels.
A novel that examines the complex issue of surrogacy through the eyes of three women.
This book should be read by everyone who has the means to eat well.
Edited by Benjamin Law, this collection of over 50 voices offers solace for all those who knew the graze of safety in silence.
Hobson’s dense and entertaining literary thriller wrestles with what it means to be good.
Brown’s memoir of his early years remembers a Hong Kong now forever changed.
Journalist Niki Savva reveals the inside story on how Malcolm Turnbull was deposed as prime minister.
The third instalment in the Stella Hardy series is another solid example of Australian crime writing.
A detailed biography of a masterful conman and the historian who pursued him.
Salom is a highly regarded poet so it is not surprising that his writing style reflects his love for words.
Gorton’s meditations take on a contemporary romanticism towards Melbourne and contrast it with the history of empire.
A candid look at the rivalry and comradeship between some of Hollywood’s A-list comedians.
McCall Smith can’t resist letting his characters ruminate on some ethical issues.
This is one of the best murder thrillers to hit the bookshops in a long time.
Dead Right shows us that economics is not a force of nature but something voters and politicians are directly in control of.
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