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March New Books

It’s March? How is it March already? Our advice is to ignore the obscene pace of the passing year and distract yourself with a good book. One of these should do the trick… 

Outlaw Girls   
by Emily Gale and Nova Weetman

From the dream duo of Australian middle-grade fiction comes this time-slip novel that explores the early life of Kate Kelly, sister of the infamous bushranger Ned.

‘A thrilling ride of danger and friendship across time, Outlaw Girls is an adventure of courage and loyalty from two favourite authors. I wanted to gallop away with Kate and Ruby.’ Kate Constable


One Another   
by Gail Jones

Gail Jones’s masterly new novel traverses the borders between art and life, between life and death, in a journey through literary history and emotional landscapes. Elegantly written, deftly crafted, One Another covers new territories of grief, memory and narrative.

‘Jones has delved into literary history again and pieced the real and the imaginary into an artful new construction…Highly recommended for those interested in literature, history or biographies.’ Books+Publishing 

To the River    
by Vikki Wakefield

Two determined women pursue their own form of redemption: an escaped fugitive and a journalist risk everything to uncover the truth about a deadly fire twelve years earlier. But can they trust each other?

Ambition, justice, class and corruption make for a potent cocktail in this compulsively readable psychological thriller, set along the Murray River.

Another masterpiece from the author of After You Were Gone.

‘Vikki Wakefield’s To the River gets under your skin. Two very different women are brought together in the search for the truth and something like justice. Covered in dog hair and splattered with river mud, this taut, muscular thriller absolutely delivers.’ Hayley Scrivenor


Our March new releases are available in print and ebook from all good booksellers.


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Inside a Dog

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