The autobiography of Saroo Brierley, lost at age 5 in India and adopted by Australian parents. As a young adult, Saroo begins to piece together his fragmented memories to find his birth family.
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A fictional investigation based on the real life facts around the sinking of the Titanic and the crew of the SS California nearby who ignored the distress call.
Annie, AKA Milly, is the child of a serial killer, now in foster care awaiting her mother’s trial, but her mother is with her always, at least inside her head.
John Cleese reads his own memoir about the first 30 years of his life and the birth of his career and most famous works: Monty Python and Fawlty Towers.
A book should be read, not to just sit there and look pretty. Here are five books worth the read while looking fabulous on your coffee table.
Returning home 7 months after self-exile, Rowland Sinclair and his companions are once again caught in a murder mystery aboard the cruise ship RMS Aquitania.
Book Review: 1,342 QI Facts to Leave you Flabbergasted, compiled by J Lloyd, J Mitchinson, J Harkin and A Miller
A glorious mishmash of facts and a support website that links to reference materials that can send you on an amazing journey of discovery!
An intricate adult colouring book that traverses the globe and adds a fun treasure hunt to the images, providing hours of relaxing entertainment.
Recent research has found that Aussies are not reading as much as they should, with a third admitting they’d lie about it. What’s your excuse for not reading?
Here’s your guide to help you discover the tiny, free libraries that are popping up across Adelaide and South Australia.
The Pigeon Tunnel is not an autobiography but rather, a random collection of reminiscences from the life of author, John le Carré.
We caught up with author Candice Fox to chat about her new book, Crimson Lake, and her experiences as a popular crime author.
Confronting the enduring question of what it means to be human, Here I Am depicts a series of events that impact a Jewish family living in Washington, D.C.
Newspaper clippings, personalised documentation, type written accounts and symbolic photography tell the history of America’s most notorious fictional town.
In her first case, a criminal psychologist must track down a serial killer, unaware of the part she will play in his deadly mission.
The first in a new series of anthologies which highlight major, short works in the gothic fantasy genre, from classic horror tales to modern day short stories.
An exploration of the business lessons to be learned from the achievements of seven well-known drug trade Kingpins spanning the 1930s to present day.
A cop on the run pairs up with a former convicted killer to investigate the disappearance of local celeb in Crimson Lake, just outside of Cairns, Queensland.
Based on true events, Jewish people are evacuated to America & Cuba during WWII, only to be turned back into the hands of Nazis when they arrived.
The memoir of Rachael Treasure, who discovered inner strength and a passion for sustainable living after her marriage broke down and she lost almost everything.