Funkytown by Paul Kennedy

Paul Kennedy, known to many for his fine work as a journalist and television presenter, has written a rich and nuanced family memoir. It is an ode to...
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You Don't Belong Here by Elizabeth Becker

You Don’t Belong Here by Elizabeth Becker is a gripping non-fiction account of 3 female journalists who covered the Vietnam War, their stories having...
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When the Apricots Bloom by Gina Wilkinson

A secret is like a dove, once it leaves your hand it flies where it wants…When the Apricots Bloom by Gina Wilkinson captivated me from the first to...
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The Great Book-swapping Machine by Emma Allen

At the beginning, Fabio doesn’t get many visitors at his house. Not until some ‘space junk’ falls from the sky and lands near his mailbox. This ‘space...
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The Brilliant Boy by Gideon Haigh

In this latest work from the prolific and, yes, brilliant, Gideon Haigh, a stirring and tragic human narrative is enlarged to form the meditation on...
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After Story by Larissa Behrendt

After Story by Larissa Behrendt is an intergenerational tale of love, loss and family. Set against the backdrop of England’s most revered literary sit...
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