Ashley Hay ‘The Railwayman’s Wife’. Winner of the 2014 NSW Premier’s PCA. A story of loss and love on a 1940’s railway line.
Toni Jordan ‘Nine Days’. Independent Booksellers of Australia Award for Best Fiction 2013. WW2 is looming and a family will change forever.
John Marsden ‘South of Darkness’. This much-loved author’s first novel for adults follows Barnaby Fletch in his journey from London to a better life in Botany Bay.
Chrisopher Koch ‘Lost Voices’. A novel about the crimes that haunt a family forever. From two time winner of the Miles Franklin Award.
M.J.Hyland ‘This is How’. Set in a remote English seaside town, Patrick is a man who can do no right. From Best Selling author M.J. Hyland.
Steven Carroll ‘A World of Other People.’ London, 1941. A love story blossoms between the bombings and poet T.S.Eliot plays matchmaker.
Kate Forsyth ‘Bitter Greens’. Winner of the 2014 American Library Association Award for Best Historical Novel. Three stories woven together through history.
Katerina Cosgrove ‘Bone Ash Sky.’ A book about unravelling the twisted past from Sydney writer, Katerina Cosgrove.
Rachel Hennessy ‘The Heaven I Swallowed.’ Runner up in The Australian Vogel Award. Post-war Sydney changes Grace Smith’s life.
Kelly Gardiner ‘The Sultan’s Eyes’. A 2014 Children’s Book Council of Australia Notable Book. 1648 Venice is seemingly serene, yet deadly.