Reporter Ross Hunter receives a phone call from a Dr Harry Cook, who tells Hunter that he has irrefutable proof of God’s existence, beginning a worldwide search for the items that will support the revelation.
Author Glen Christie
Comedian Billy Connolly returns to the country of his birth and upbringing, acknowledging what went before and reliving the journey that made him the man we know and love to laugh along with today.
Nine-year-old Samuel begins to suspect foul play when he wakes one morning to be told by his housekeeper that his Mother had to go away on an overseas trip without any prior warning or saying goodbye.
Päntsdrunk is a refreshing take on the personal-development genre. Fresh out of Finland, it encourages drinking at home, alone, in your underwear.
Australian rocker, Jimmy Barnes, provides a no-holds-barred autobiography of his life with all it’s hardships, successes, laughter and forgiveness.
An egomaniacal US President, a power hungry Russian President, and a call to nuclear arms pits CIA operative Connor Curtis in a race against time following the pursuits of a Russian scientist whose approach is deadly, in more ways than one.
Hanna is her father’s pride and joy who can do no wrong, and she wants to make sure that it stays that way. There is only one problem: Mummy stands in the way.
The fifth and final novel in the infamous Trainspotting series, picking up where “The Blade Artist” left us hanging, literally, in mid-air.
The third encyclopedia in Steve Wide’s A to Z series of celebrity biographies focuses on iconic pop artist Andy Warhol, featuring the locations, images and people of his life.
James Bond is back in a foundation story that precedes Ian Fleming’s first James Bond novel, Casino Royale, to reveal how 007 became a master spy.
The first two books of the Rebecca Keith Series – a sassy, buxom, Adelaide journalist with a passion for food, an eye for law enforcement agency representatives, and an involvement with murder.
From hours of interviews comes this biography of Geoff Brock, the son of a rabbit trapper and a Port Pirie lad who would grow up to become Mayor of Port Pirie and, eventually, the Minister for Regional Development.
A CIA analyst whose role is to hunt down and identify Russian sleeper agents in the USA discovers her long-time husband on the list of suspects.
2018’s Fringe Ambassador, comedian Joel Creasey, has lived a short but busy life so far and marks the occasion with an autobiography of his journey from a McCafe to the world stage.
Film historian Noah Isenberg takes a journey into the cinematic masterpiece, Casablanca, from the things it inspired to the screenwriters who shaped it and why it remains an enduring classic.
The Final Dossier picks up after the events of the 2017 TV series, ‘Twin Peaks: The Return’ and provides a deeper insight into the characters and events.
The 22nd Jack Reacher novel finds the title character searching for the owner of an inscribed West Point ring that he finds in a pawn shop during a routine stop.
Harry Bosch returns to solve a double homicide at a local pharmacy, but things get personal when his past comes back to haunt him.
A warts-and-all biography of the legendary Australian band, The Angels, exploring the journey, life and lifestyle of the band’s members.
A biography of SA-born Robert Stigwood, the man behind the success of numerous bands, films & muscial stage plays, from the Bee Gees to Jesus Christ Superstar.