What’s new in September? There’s so much to read this month from unputdownable thrillers, to long awaited sequels, to heartbreaking memoirs, and fabulous new cookbooks. The only hard part is deciding what to read first…
A clear-eyed look at some of the most pressing problems facing contemporary Australia.
Greg Callaghan, Ian Cuthbertson
How the gift of a heart gave meaning to a senseless tragedy and inspired a lifelong friendship between two families.
The Seed Collectors
A complex and fiercely contemporary tale of inheritance, enlightenment, life, death, desire and family trees.
Up Against the Night
A subtle, brilliant novel about South Africa, its beautiful, superbly evoked landscape, and its violent past.
An enthralling story of a life fully lived, told through the camera lens of one unforgettable woman, Amory Clay.
A heavenly collection of desserts from Michelin starred chef Jason Atherton.
The Girl in the Spider's Web (Millennium #4)
Lisbeth Salander is back.
James Bond returns in this thrilling new adventure from Anthony Horowitz - with original Ian Fleming material.
Early One Morning
What does it mean to save a life?
Come Away With Me
Heartbreaking, hopeful and utterly transporting, a luminous celebration of the strength of the human spirit.
A fresh, fast-paced cocktail of a heist, a good cause and some seriously unexpected consequences…
A magnum opus for our morally complex times from the author of Freedom and The Corrections.
You, Me and Other People
The life-affirming, heartbreaking and ultimately stunning debut novel from Fionnuala Kearney.
Whispers Through a Megaphone
Is it ever too late to start again?
In the Dark
'Cracking another country's cipher is an undercover fight to the death . . . '
The Waiting Room
The Waiting Room captures the sights, sounds, accents and animosities of a country overflowing with stories.
Make Me (Jack Reacher #20)
Prepare to be nailed to your seat by another hair-raising, heart-pounding adventure from Lee Child.
An unputdownable journey through one family’s tragedy and how they refused to let it define them.
A cookbook that will educate, motivate, and inspire men to put on an apron and turn on the oven.
Not Just Black and White
Lesley Williams, Tammy Williams
Two remarkable women tell an inspirational story about the power of family and pursuing your dreams.
The Cook and Baker
Cherie Bevan, Tass Tauroa
Slip on an apron, preheat the oven - your household is in for a treat.
Adam Liaw's Asian Cookery School
Even if you've never picked up a wok before, this is your simple guide to learning Asian cuisine.
Close Your Eyes
"I close my eyes and feel my heart begin racing. Someone is coming. They're going to find me."
A mother who invented her past, a father who was often absent, a son who wondered if this could really be his family.
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