Finding the Heart 
of the Nation

When I first read the Uluru Statement from the Heart, I was struck by its clear and profound vision for the future of our nation….

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Bruny

The follow-up book after a stellar success is always shadowed by expectation. So it is a delight to discover Australian novelist Heather Rose has navigated…

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Maybe the horse will talk

Second-year, second-career lawyer Stephen Maserov is living the corporate nightmare – “in fear of losing a job I absolutely hate”.

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Money Spinners: How Australians were fed lies, sold spin and charged money for nothing by banks and financial advisers

Annelise Nielsen is a political journalist and presenter at Sky News Australia who travelled Australia reporting on the Hayne Royal Commission into the Banking, Superannuation…

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Salt

For more than 30 years, Bruce Pascoe has been quietly penning some of our most important literature and flown under the radar for most of…

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Beyond Reasonable Doubt

Elliot Rook QC is an esteemed barrister whose success hides a murky past. When called upon to defend a childhood acquaintance charged with murder, he…

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The Veiled Sceptre: Reserve Powers of Heads of State in Westminster Systems

In her latest book, Professor Anne Twomey draws on a vast range of previously unpublished material, including from the Royal Archives at Windsor Castle, to…

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Bowraville

With the explosion in popularity of true crime across books, Netflix series and podcasts comes an uncomfortable but necessary conversation – are we exploiting the…

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Apollo 11: The Inside Story

As last month marked the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing and the “one giant leap for mankind”, it seemed there were an…

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The Chain

Every year has its defining crime thriller; think Gone Girl, The Girl on the Train, and The Woman in the Window. Adrian McKinty’s latest novel…

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