Fiction

Robert Hillman

Tom Hope doesn’t think he’s much of a farmer, but he’s doing his best.

Jenny Ackland

A rare, original and stunning novel about a remarkable girl who learns the hard way that the trut

Holly Ringland

The most enchanting debut novel of 2018, this is an irresistible, deeply moving and romantic stor

Gail Jones

The art historian Noah Glass, having just returned from a trip to Sicily, is discovered floating

Madeline Miller

When I was born, the name for what I was did not exist.

Christine Mangan

A nailbiting thriller set in 1950s Morocco, soon to be a major film starring Scarlett Johansson a

Rodney Hall

Adam's life has been ruined by war . . .

AJ Pearce

London, 1941.

Frances Mayes

By the bestselling author of Under the Tuscan Sun, and written with Frances Mayes’s trademark war

Charles Frazier

A stunning and timely novel about the chaos and devastation of the American Civil War, as seen th

Salley Vickers

A charmingly subversive novel about a library in 1950s England, by the acclaimed author of The Cl

Roland Schimmelpfennig

A contemporary Berlin fairy tale that bristles with urban truths - the first novel of Germany's b

Andrew Hutchinson

Why do we do such crazy things when we’re in love?

Eleanor Limprecht

A luminous novel about love by an acclaimed rising star of Australian literature.

Mareike Krügel

Translated by Imogen Taylor

Tracy Sorensen

A magnificent novel about fate, Australia and what it means to be human...

Sunni Overend

All's fair in love and couture ...

Charmaine Craig

Set against the vibrant backdrop of Burma from the 1940s to the 1960s, Miss Burma is a powerful a

Ceridwen Dovey

From the award-winning author of Only the Animals comes an unputdownable novel of obsession, guil

Joanna Trollope

Dealing with one's own emotions is one thing.

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