Fiction

Belinda Castles

With sea-salt authenticity, Belinda Castles sets the Bright family in the sprawling paradise of B

Lydia Syson

An intimate, intense, beautifully realised novel of possession, power and loss of innocence, for

University of Queensland Press

UQP celebrates 70 years of publishing the best Australian writing with a unique anthology that sh

Sophie Mackintosh

Dreamlike and compulsive, a blazing literary debut about love, violence and survival at any cost.

Ali Berg, Michelle Kalus

Sometimes love means having to broaden your literary horizons

James Moloney

Margot Baumann hasleft school to take up her sister's job in the mailroom of a large prison.

Andrew Sean Greer

The Pulitzer prize-winning novel about a failed writer trying to escape his problems by traveling

Stephen King

A compelling and chilling suspense novel, which will delight all readers of King's bestselling Ho

Kate Mayfield

Eighteenth-century London and the lives of the sisters Fitzgerald, Constance and Verity, become e

Catherine Isaac

'Wow. Just wow. If you liked Me Before You, you'll love You Me Everything.

Robbie Arnott

A young man named Levi McAllister decides to build a coffin for his twenty-three-year-old sister,

Robyn Cadwallader

From Robyn Cadwallader, author of the internationally acclaimed novel The Anchoress, comes a deep

Gregory Day

Long before I ever met him I knew his name from the leaky desiccated type of a grey-brown slim vo

Peter Cochrane

A devastating flood on the Hawkesbury almost wipes out the young colony, bringing to the surface

Amanda Hampson

A superbly crafted domestic drama from the author of The Olive Sisters and The French Perfumer.

Paula McLain

In 1937, courageous and independent Martha Gellhorn travels to Madrid to report on the atrocities

Kirsty Manning

The Jade Lily is a sweeping story of friendship, loyalty, love and identity from the popular auth

Libby Page

A joyous feel-good debut novel about community, friendship and outdoor swimming.

Sarah J Harris

Whatever happens, don't tell anyone what you did to Bee Larkham…

Kate Mosse

Bringing sixteenth-century Languedoc vividly to life, Kate Mosse's The Burning Chambers is a grip

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