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              Exit .45
               

              Exit .45 (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

              By Sanders, Ben

              • RRP: $32.99
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              Also published as 'Sometimes at Night'. Marshall Grade returns in an action-packed thrillride through the New York underworld.

              ISBN 9781761065590
              Published NZ 5 Jan 2022
              Publisher Allen & Unwin
              Interest Age General Audience
              Series A Marshall Grade mystery
              Availability
              999 In-stock at publisher; ships 7-14 working days
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              Clouds on the Horizon

              Clouds on the Horizon (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

              By Janu, Penelope

              • RRP: $32.99
              • $29.69
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              Will a misunderstanding and past trauma stand in the way of profound attraction? Immovable determination meets irresistible charm in this delightful rural romance from an award-winning and much-loved author - for readers of Rachael Johns and Fleur McDonald. 'Penelope Janu's fresh..., bright, funny new twist on rural romance is an absolute delight. Her wit is as sharp as a knife. She is one of my absolute must-read authors.' Victoria Purman, bestselling Australian author
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              ISBN 9781867223566
              Published NZ 5 Jan 2022
              Publisher HarperCollins Publishers (S2)
              Interest Age General Audience
              Availability
              999 In stock at publisher; delivery usually 20-30 working days due to covid19 delays
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              Since We Last Met
               

              Since We Last Met (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

              By Sell, Bronwyn

              • RRP: $32.99
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              Five years ago, Carmen and Bruno spent the night together. Their daughter, Mika, was born nine months later ... but Bruno doesn't know she exists. Can the couple find each other, and the truth, in a tropical island paradise? A sparkling romance for readers of Alissa Callen and Pe...nelope Janu. Single mum Carmen Lowery's life might be annoyingly imperfect, but at least it's orderly and predictable. Until a tall, dark, handsome stranger mysteriously arrives at her family's Whitsundays resort island - and turns out to be not quite a stranger after all. American special ops pilot Bruno Michel fell off Carmen's radar five years ago after they shared the wildest night of her otherwise straitlaced life. The self-confessed fly-by-nighter when it comes to love is delighted to be temporarily reunited with his uninhibited dream woman, but there's something he doesn't know. Their liaison came with a consequence - a little girl who has his eyes. Carmen and Bruno pick up where they left off, but the legacy of their liaison runs deep - and Bruno is hiding his own not-so-white lie about that night. Before he ships out and Carmen's happy-family fantasy drifts away on the trade winds, they must decide whether their unexpected bond can survive life-changing secrets, meddlesome relatives, and a heartbreaking vow made decades before.
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              ISBN 9781489284181
              Published NZ 5 Jan 2022
              Publisher HarperCollins Publishers (S2)
              Interest Age General Audience
              Availability
              962 In stock at publisher; delivery usually 20-30 working days due to covid19 delays
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              Family Tree

              Family Tree (Hardback)

              By Pyke, Josh; Illustrated by Ghosh, Ronojoy

              • RRP: $21.99
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              It started with a seed, and that seed was me. And, over time, laughter filled my garden... A heartfelt celebration of family, community and the seasons of life, to cherish and to share.

              ISBN 9781761126307
              Published NZ 1 Jan 2022
              Publisher SCHOLASTIC AUSTRALIA PTY LTD
              Interest Age 3-7 years
              Availability
              999 In stock at publisher; delivery usually 20-30 working days due to covid19 delays
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              Beautiful Little Fools

              Beautiful Little Fools (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

              By Cantor, Jillian

              • RRP: $37.99
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              A powerful reimagining of The Great Gatsby from the perspective of the three women whose lives are unravelled by one man's romantic obsession. On a sultry August day in 1922, Jay Gatsby is shot dead in his West Egg swimming pool. To the police, it appears to be an open-and-shut c...ase of murder/suicide when the body of George Wilson, a local mechanic, is found in the woods nearby. Then a diamond hairpin is discovered in the bushes by the pool, and three women fall under suspicion. Each holds a key that can unlock the truth to the mysterious life and death of this enigmatic millionaire. Daisy Buchanan once thought she might marry Gatsby - before her family was torn apart by an unspeakable tragedy that sent her into the arms of the philandering Tom Buchanan. Jordan Baker, Daisy's best friend, guards a secret that derailed her promising golf career and threatens to ruin her friendship with Daisy as well. Catherine McCoy, a suffragette, fights for women's freedom and independence, and especially for her sister, Myrtle Wilson, who's trapped in a terrible marriage. Their stories unfold in the years leading up to that fateful summer of 1922, when all three of their lives are on the brink of unravelling. Each woman is pulled deeper into Jay Gatsby's romantic obsession, with devastating consequences for all of them. This inspired reimagining of the glittering Jazz Age world of F. Scott Fitzgerald's timeless classic is a quintessential tale of money and power, marriage and friendship, love and desire - and ultimately the murder of a man tormented by the past and driven by a destructive longing that can never be fulfilled. 'This powerful exploration of the women of The Great Gatsby will forever change the way you see the American classic - and perhaps, too, the role of women in all the stories we take for granted.' Kristin Harmel, bestselling author of The Forest of Vanishing Star
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              ISBN 9781761105371
              Published NZ 5 Jan 2022
              Publisher Simon & Schuster Australia
              Interest Age General Audience
              Availability
              999 In stock at publisher; delivery usually 20-30 working days due to covid19 delays
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              Burnt Out

              Burnt Out (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

              By Brookman, Victoria

              • RRP: $35.99
              • $26.99
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              She lost everything in a bushfire and became the celebrity face of climate change. But is fame and living with a billionaire all it's cracked up to be? A warm and witty story for our times. Calida Lyons is having a very bad week. She's long past deadline for her still unwritten s...econd novel; her husband has just left her; and her Blue Mountains community is being threatened by bushfires. Just as she hits rock bottom, she's forced to shelter with neighbours while a fire incinerates everything she owns. Devastated and emotional in front of news cameras, Cali delivers a blistering, unfiltered rebuke to the nation's rich to do something. Her rant goes viral, and she quickly becomes the latest celebrity face of the climate movement. Soon she's offered a harbourside refuge by handsome tech billionaire Arlo Richard, her publisher is delighted with the new novel she's writing, and she's the darling of high society. But things aren't as they seem. It's all built on lies, and Cali's pretty sure that the precarious house of cards she's built is about to come tumbling down.
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              ISBN 9781460760321
              Published NZ 5 Jan 2022
              Publisher HarperCollins Publishers
              Interest Age General Audience
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              787 In stock at publisher; delivery usually 20-30 working days due to covid19 delays
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              The Secrets of Bridgewater Bay: A gripping dual-time novel of family secrets to be hidden at all costs...

              The Secrets of Bridgewater Bay: A gripping dual-time novel of family secrets to be hidden at all costs... (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

              By Brooks, Julie

              • RRP: $37.99
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              This darkly gripping dual-time debut, will transport readers from World War One England to present day Australia, with a thrilling story of family secrets to be hidden at all costs...

              ISBN 9781472279149
              Released NZ 29 Dec 2021
              Publisher Headline Publishing Group
              Interest Age General Audience
              Availability
              999 In-stock at publisher; ships 7-14 working days
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              Chai Time at Cinnamon Gardens

              Chai Time at Cinnamon Gardens (Trade Paperback / Paperback, Trade Paperback)

              By Chandran, Shankari

              • RRP: $36.99
              • $36.99
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              Welcome to Cinnamon Gardens, a home for those who are lost and the stories they treasure. Cinnamon Gardens Nursing Home is nestled in the quiet suburb of Westgrove, Sydney - populated with residents with colourful histories, each with their own secrets, triumphs and failings. Thi...s is their safe place, an oasis of familiar delights - a beautiful garden, a busy kitchen and a bountiful recreation schedule. But this ordinary neighbourhood is not without its prejudices. The serenity of Cinnamon Gardens is threatened by malignant forces more interested in what makes this refuge different rather than embracing the calm companionship that makes this place home to so many. As those who challenge the residents' existence make their stand against the nursing home with devastating consequences, our characters are forced to reckon with a country divided. Chai Time at Cinnamon Gardens is about family and memory, community and race, but is ultimately a love letter to story-telling and how our stories shape who we are.
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              ISBN 9781761150319
              Published NZ 5 Jan 2022
              Publisher Ultimo Press
              Interest Age General Audience
              Availability
              747 In stock at publisher; delivery usually 20-30 working days due to covid19 delays
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              Cooper Not Out
               

              Cooper Not Out (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

              By Smith, Justin

              • RRP: $37.00
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              • Pub Date
                18 Jan 22

              A delightfully uplifting Australian novel about the joy of discovering your greatest potential. In the Australian summer of 1984, in the small country town of Penguin Hill, Sergeant Roy Cooper is making a name for himself. He's been batting for his local cricket club for decades ...- and he's a statistical miracle. He's overweight, he makes very few runs, he's not pretty to watch, but he's never been dismissed. When local schoolgirl Cassie Midwinter discovers this feat, she decides to take the matter further. The remarkable story finds its way into the hands of Donna Garrett, a female sports columnist who's forced to write under a male pseudonym to be taken seriously. That summer, the West Indies are thrashing Australia, and the Australian people's love of cricket has never been lower. But Donna's columns on Roy Cooper capture the imagination of a nation, and soon there's pressure to select him for the national team. This would see him playing at the Melbourne Cricket Ground, carrying the spirit of every small country town in Australia along with him. Could such a miracle actually happen? This is sport, after all, and who doesn't love a good story? COOPER NOT OUT is a funny, heart-warming novel set within real events. It is a moving and highly original tale about friendship and belief, and the joy of discovering your greatest potential.
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              ISBN 9781761046728
              Published NZ 18 Jan 2022
              Publisher Penguin Random House Australia
              Interest Age General Audience
              Availability
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              Love and Retribution

              Love and Retribution (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

              By McCullagh, Catherine

              • RRP: $35.00
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              It's July 1943 and the world has been at war for almost four long years. One morning, young widow Emmy Penry-Jones discovers two men washed up on the beach below her house on the west coast of Cornwall. Emmy is used to rescuing washed-up sailors, the deadly Battle of the Atlantic... exacting a heavy toll on shipping. But these men are not like the shipwrecked sailors she has rescued before and Emmy is soon drawn into a web of intrigue that will test both her ingenuity and her patriotism. Rocked by accusations of war crimes against a man she knows to be innocent, Emmy launches a bid to defend him, all too aware that the accusers could turn on her. The trial marks a turning point and Emmy is drawn further into a deadly cycle of post-war retribution from which only one man can save her.
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              ISBN 9781922488770
              Published NZ 5 Jan 2022
              Publisher BIG SKY PUBLISHING
              Interest Age General Audience
              Availability
              999 In stock at publisher; delivery usually 20-30 working days due to covid19 delays
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