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AUTHORS AT ABBEY'S

Posted February 01, 2019


 

AUTHORS AT ABBEY'S


Invented Lives by Andrea Goldsmith

A story of exile and love.


My Real Friend by David Hunt

Being imaginary isn't all it's cracked up to be...


Anxious Kids by Michael Grose & Dr Jodi Richardson

A new perspective on children's anxiety which helps to empower kids with the skills to thrive.


The Blue Rose by Kate Forsyth

Love, revolution, betrayal, and discovery, inspired by the true story of the quest for a blood-red rose.


No Friend But The Mountains by Behrouz Boochani (translator: Omid Tofighian)

A voice of witness, an act of survival, a vivid portrait through five years of incarceration and exile.


Sixty Summers by Amanda Hampson

Three friends, disenchanted with their lives, retrace the steps of their 1978 backpacking trip through Europe.


The French Photographer by Natasha Lester

Crossing a war-torn Europe from Italy to France, a story of courage, family, and forgiveness.


#MeToo by Miriam Sved (Ed.)

This collection resists victimhood. It resists silence. It insists on change.


Hare's Fur by Trevor Shearston

An exquisite story of grief, kindness, art, and the transformation that can grow from the seeds of trust.


A Universe of Sufficient Size by Miriam Sved

A story about the selfless power of love, even years and worlds apart.


55 by James Delargy

There were 54 victims before this... who is number 55?


Australia Day by Stan Grant

'As uncomfortable as it is, we need to reckon with our history.'


Diary of a Crap Housewife by Jessica Rowe

Being a crap housewife: a badge Jessica wears with pride, and a title she invites others to embrace.


The Tailor and the Shipwright by Robert Westphal

A unique historical account of convict history and early Sydney


Milk-Blood by Adrian Simon

A life lived in the aftermath of Warren Fellows' drug trafficking.


Unbreaking The Girl by Adrian Simon

The ultimate story of one very strong woman and the men who loved her.


Dr Space Junk vs The Universe by Alice Gorman

Dr Space Junk takes us through the the fledgling field of space archaeology.


Four Respectable Ladies Seek the Meaning of Wife by Barbara Toner

Four respectable ladies of Prospect are tested by what it means to be a wife.


The People vs The Banks by Michael Roddan

The day of reckoning for liars and thieves in pin-striped suits has arrived.



The Place on Dalhousie by Melina Marchetta

A unforgettable story about the interconnectedness of lives, and the true nature of belonging.


Tired of Winning by Richard Cooke

Essays revealing the schisms and the clamour of contemporary America.


Eight Lives by Susan Hurley

A smart, sophisticated thriller that explores power, class and prejudice.


Political Troglodytes and Economic Lunatics by Dominic Kelly

A case study in how some very determined people can change a political culture.


I Built No Schools in Kenya by Kirsten Drysdale

A travelogue-tragedy-farce which is almost entirely true.


Slice Girls by Joan Arakkal

Women are ready for surgery. Is surgery ready for women?


The War Artist by Simon Cleary

The legacy of war, the power of art, the possibility of redemption.


The Van Apfel Girls Are Gone by Felicity McLean

Picnic at Hanging Rock for a new generation.


The Hollow Bones by Leah Kaminsky

A little-known Nazi villain's tale told through the eyes of the animals he destroyed.


The Woman From Saint Germain by K. R. Lonie

An American novelist pursued across France by a Wehrmacht detective.


On Hate by Tim Soutphommasane

An urgent call for citizens to defend democracy against hate.


Kindred by Kate Legge

The tale of two unconventional adventurers, and their fight to preserve Cradle Mountain.


The Rip by Mark Brandi

Sometimes you just don't know you are in too deep, until you are drowning.


Into the Fire by Sonia Orchard

An exploration of the many ways we betray one another and our ideals.


Diving into Glass by Caro Llewellyn

An emotionally brutal memoir of family, vulnerability, and purpose.


Hiding to Nothing by Andy Muir

The next chapter in the life of Lachie Munro, from the master of beachside noir.


The Scholar by Dervla McTiernan

DS Cormac Reilly is back to work a high profile, high pressure investigation.


The Better Son by Katherine Johnson

A story about the danger of secrets, the beauty in forgiveness, and power of Tasmania's landscapes.


Beyond Words by Jacqueline Kent

A story may be over, but that doesn't mean that it has come to an end.


The Rosie Result by Graeme Simsion

A triumphant conclusion to a hilarious and thought-provoking series.


The Orchardist's Daughter by Karen Viggers

A quietly unfolding novel of resilience and growth.


The Lost Girls by Jennifer Spence

A haunting tale of love and loss.


 


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