Award-winning comedian Sami Shah is a former Muslim who delves into the past and present of the religion, exposing both the good and the bad in a highly entertaining way.
Author Rod Lewis
Broadcaster Richard Fidler & author Kári Gíslason travel through Iceland retelling Nordic sagas in the places they happened, while exploring Gíslason’s own past.
Rogue FBI agent Jane Hawk is on the run, trying to uncover the cause behind a spate of suicides that appears to be part of a high-ranking conspiracy.
The comical memoir of Academy Award-nominated actor and singer, Anna Kendrick, who recounts her social awkwardness when growing up and then becoming a star.
From the funnier writer of ABC-TV’s ‘The Chaser’ comes a fair dink’um encyclopedia of all things Australian, from the people and pasttimes to cultural icons.
On the moon city, Artemis, Jazz Bashara is a courier and small-time smuggler who lands in the middle of a deadly power struggle that threatens the entire city.
Life coach and comedian Maggie Wood draws from personal experience to demonstrate how to find happiness and contentment for “people who can’t be bothered”.
In a one-woman show, local drag queen Shania Twatt takes you behind the scenes of the lashes and sequins to meet the humans behind the glamour and illusion.
A former South Australian soldier’s autobiography of events leading up to and during his seven year imprisonment in Afghanistan’s worst prison, Pol-e-Charkhi.
‘Stay at home mum’ Jody Allen follows up her fantastic book, The $50 Weekly Shop, with a recipe book that expands the menu options for those on a budget.
A very easy to follow recipe book of healthy green smoothies, salads, bowls and snacks, focussing on simplicity, taste and nutrition.
A unique artbook, displaying a cultural history through tattoos over the past 100 years, with each tattoo coming from the author’s personal collection.
A well-researched and fascinating look at the history of Bram Stoker’s Dracula in Australia, centering around the 1929-31 stage production but so much more!
Two teenage girls try to fit into the popular surfie crowd in 1970s Australia and, in doing so, discover the pitfalls of growing up.
Audbile’s Thriller of the Year. A woman’s life is turned upside down when her son, presumed dead 10 years ago, returns, having been held captive all this time.
“Annie” is the cutest, feel-good story of an 11-year-old optimistic orphan who changes hearts wherever she goes.
Photographer Alex Frayne has released a celebration of the everyman with portraits featuring ordinary people off the streets of Adelaide and regional SA.
Over 250 pages of easy-to-make but delicious Middle Eastern recipes, put together based on the dishes the authors like to serve their own family and friends.
University of Adelaide lecturer, Maggie Tonkin, provides a well-researched & thorough history of Australia’s longest, continuously-running dance theatre company.
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 .