Chase Darkness with Me: how one true crime writer started solving murders

After 17 years of writing about cold cases, US investigative journalist Billy Jensen decides to solve homicides. Two catalysts push him forward. 

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….

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…

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”.

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…

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…

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…

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In her latest book, Professor Anne Twomey draws on a vast range of previously unpublished material, including from the Royal Archives at Windsor Castle, to…

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…

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…