The Lost Map by Denise Bell. A children’s fantasy adventure inspired by the Tweed Valley. ISBN: 978-1-1-921731-92-1 RRP: $26.95
Jack Knife – the crashing of a policeman by Paul Horner. An honest account of coping with PTSD within the NSW Police. ISBN: 978-1-921919-08-4 RRP: $32.95
Divorce and the Aftermath by Suzie Tee. The author’s own story of surviving after divorce and a traumatic relationship. ISBN: 978-1-921919-18-1 RRP: $25.95 This book is also available as an ebook.
Who are you Charlie Brown? by Wendy Brown is an absorbing tale about the author’s grandfather’s life. ISBN: 978-1-921919-03-9 RRP: $25.95
Black Comedy by Paul Frisby a fictional account of the first aboriginal in charge of a prison. It’s survival of the fittest in a harsh environment. ISBN: 978-1-921731-98-3 RRP: $25.95
The Outcasts by Arem Bekarian. What would hetrosexuals do in a world that is a homosexual society and a new social order? Compelling fiction. ISBN: 978-1-921731-81-5 RRP: $28.95 This book is also available as an ebook.
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White Trash by Paul Wilson. Set in Thailand, the Philippines and Australia this fast-paced novel is erotic, gripping and provocative. The book deliberately takes issue with the essentially negative stereotypes that surround Caucasians living in Asia and challenges the reader to do the same. ISBN: 978-1-921919-22-0 RRP: $26.95
The Toyboy by Andrew J Nattan. This is the English edition of the popular Andrew J Nattan novel set in the Snowy Mountains. ISBN: 978-1-921731-97-6 RRP: $24.95
The Blue Blue Hills of Xuhl by John A Kirk. Fantasy/speculative fiction from Kirk that you won’t put down. ISBN: 978-1-921731-88-4 RRP: $26.95
Views from a Cab by Cezar Furtuna is a taxi driver’s diary that lifts the lid on, not only cabbing, but alos the obstacles immigrants face in Australia. ISBN: 978-1-921731-85-3 RRP: $28.95