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The Bishop’s Girl

The body had no name. It was not supposed to be there… Jess is a researcher on a quest to give the one-hundred-year-old skeleton,

A Perfect Square

When pianist Ginny Smith moves back to her mother’s house in Sassafras after her breakup with the degenerate Garth, synaesthetic and

Songlines (The Sentinels of Eden, Book One)

We belong to the Earth, Lainie-Bug. We were sent here in human form for a reason. If you don’t know what to do, then just be human. Right. Like

Heart of Brass

Emmeline Muchamore is a well-bred young lady hiding explosive family secrets. She needs to marry well, and quickly, in order to keep her family

The South Reclaimed

In the wake of the devastation the coastal city of Geelong has suffered, any hopes the remaining citizens have of rescue are dashed one by

All Because of You

Eleven tales of refuge and hope. Infused with gentle optimism, eleven uncompromising stories explore, each in its own way, the nature of

Asena Blessed

At the whims of Gods and Men… Isaura has emerged from the spirit realm forever altered. No longer a pariah, she embraces the future offered in

Pia and the Skyman

The year is 2401, the location a farming settlement on the northwest coast of North Island, Aotearoa. Pia has lived at Kauri Haven since fleeing

Stendhal Syndrome

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A Single Light

When Rick Hendry is contacted by a federal agent to help investigate a growing number of mysterious vanishings across Australia, he finds himself

Nursing Fox

At the outbreak of World War I, Lucy Paignton-Fox enlists in the Australian Army Nursing Service and leaves her family’s cattle station in

The Drago Tree

Haunted by demons past and present, geologist Ann Salter seeks sanctuary on the exotic island of Lanzarote. There she meets charismatic author

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Featured Author: Vacen Taylor

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Featured Author: Sue Parritt

Your trilogy, which begins with Sannah and the Pilgrim, is quite racially charged. What inspired you to delve into the complicated issues of racism? I was, and remain appalled by past and present governments’ policies on refugees and asylum seekers; in recent years particularly

Cover Reveal: UnEarthly

Life on Mars is in danger of becoming boring. Fame is fleeting so, following the Martian uprising and Jodi’s abduction, a little time has seen life return to relative normality. At least that’s the way it seems on the surface. Jodi battles with the memories of Jules while Astrid