A dystopic novel set in a Sydney-like city. Media mogul Wardell Costello competes with Premier Dianne Martinelli for control and power. Wardell's son Julian disappears leaving behind a gruesome murder of one of Martinelli's special goons. Detetive-Seargeant Terry Bradl... read more
SHORTLISTED FOR THE ALS GOLD MEDAL 2017 LONGLISTED FOR THE INDIE AWARD FOR FICTION 2017 LONGLISTED FOR THE MILES FRANKLIN LITERARY AWARD 2017 'Amsterdam is so damn good. He is up there with the best, Delillo and the like, original as Tsolkias, but most importantly he is a ... read more
Shortlisted for Viva la Novella 2018
"Insightful and intriguing... a great read." - Alice Grundy, Seizure
A dark, fast-paced novella set in dystopian Australia that questions your humanity. Something is awake.
Harriet’s wife, Katherine, is dying from an... read more
Lesbian & Bi Crime and Romance
|Series:||A Detective Inspector Carol Ashton Mystery|
Extremely generous with his money, Milton has bought influence in high places and a circle of well-connected friends and business acquaintances. When he plunges to his death while sky diving, no one seems particularly surprised to find that he was murdered. Detective Inspector Carol Ashton finds a long list of possible murderers
Meet the Law family - eccentric, endearing and hard to resist. Your guide: Benjamin, the third of five children and a born humorist. Join him as he tries to answer some puzzling questions: Why won't his Chinese dad wear made-in-China underpants? Why was most of his extende... read more
The Family Law is a provocative, authentic and humorous look into the real and riotous world of a Chinese-Australian family. Inspired by the book of the same title, which was a collection of personal e... read more
The Good Greek Girl will make you laugh, cry, gasp and smile, written with the honesty Maria's story deserved, and the elegance and craft expected from such an inspiring public intellectual.Maria Katsonis is the good Greek girl who grew up above her parents'... read more
|Awards:||Short-listed for ABIA Literary Fiction Book of the Year 2017 and Walter Scott Prize for Historical Fiction 2017 and Indie Book Awards 2017.|
Shortlisted for the Walter Scott Prize.
Based on true events and set in a lost world bound by its own laws, The Good People is Hannah Kent's startling novel about absolute belief and devoted love. Terrifying, thrilling and moving in equal measure, this long-awaited fol... read more
When Tommy is made redundant, he finds the voices in his head becoming louder as he sinks into pornography, violence and madness. He snaps and murders someone who may or may not be a serial sex killer of children, then castrates and kills himself, leaving his family numb with grief and at the mercy of the ensuing media feeding
James is 34 and fed up. His six-year relationship with Adam has imploded, he hates his job making up celebrity gossip, and his best friend Bella has just announced she's moving to Russia.
Adrift and single in loved-up London, James needs to break out of his lonely, ... read more
A confronting new novel from award winning Sydney Morning Herald Best Young Novelist Michael Mohammed Ahmad. 'Bani Adam thinks he's better than us!' they say over and over until finally I shout back, 'Shut up, I have something to say!' They all go quiet and wait for me to explain m... read more
A slightly different take on naming your baby.
The little book of Bogan baby names with over 200 names explains what they clearly mean or so we think?
Sabrina Rogers-Anderson, an expert on baby names for a parenting website covers all names from vintage t... read more