University of Adelaide lecturer, Maggie Tonkin, provides a well-researched & thorough history of Australia’s longest, continuously-running dance theatre company.
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P.I. Roxane Weary is engaged by a convicted man’s sister to find a missing witness but the time of execution is drawing nearer for the accused.
Jimmy Barnes narrates his autobiography of his early life as a boy in Scotland through to his migration to Australia and the start of his celebrated career .
Known to millions as the man whose Super Heroes propelled Marvel to its preeminent position in the comic book industry, Stan Lee is a legend among men and he’s heading to Adelaide!
A professional assassin falls in love only to find her boyfriend’s best friend has started investigating her and is finding out more than he should.
1980s pop culture resurfaces in the year 2044 when the founder of The OASIS virtual world dies and leaves behind a retro competition to find an heir.
At 256 pages, this tempting recipe book is an exploration of Thai food with easy-to-follow recipes, colourful photos, a menu planner, and lots more.
A toy airplane is rescued and restored but must put aside self-doubt if he’s to save the day by finding Mother Hen’s missing chick on the farm.
Three college graduates become the targets of an international criminal when they develop a potentially brilliant cyber-security program.
A decade after Dr Tory Swyft was recruited into a secret society of radical eco-terrorists, the sleeper cell begins to awake and wreck havoc on the world.
As Lillian McBride’s 95th birthday party approaches, her own viciousness is in competition with her nasty, self-centred offspring and extended family.
The extraordinary true adventures of a group of airmen who escaped the Japanese and became the RAAF’s celebrated 18th Squadron during World Ward II.
A courtesan-come-private-detective in Victorian times is hired to find a missing young girl in a time when prostitutes are being murdered and mutilated.
For 8-11 year olds, this comforting book captures the turmoil of a young child caught between a marital breakup & her confusion as a new family unit develops.
Four new full-cast audio plays based on the quirky 1970’s television series that starred Patrick McGoohan, set in The Village, an isolated town with no escape.
An ageing film maker with ailing health begins to suspect that his wife is having an affair with a family friend and he becomes obsessed with the idea.
Rizzoli and Isles are called to a bizarre crime scene – a young woman has been found murdered, with her eyeballs removed and placed in the palms of her hands.
When the FBI’s X-Files are breached, lead investigators Mulder and Scully are brought out of hiding to look into some cold cases that were never solved.
A biography on the life of Albert Einstein, creating a picture of his obsessive passion for his work alongside the tide of scientific and political history.
75 years after ‘Progressive Adelaide’ recorded our city in photos, Mick Bradley and Lance Campbell retrace the same steps to see how the city has evolved.