Abbey's Bookshop Logo
Go to my checkout basket
Login to Abbey's Bookshop
Register with Abbey's Bookshop
Gift Vouchers
Browse by Category

Language Book Centre - Foreign language learning, teaching and reading plus ESL

GALAXY Bookshop - Science Fiction and Fantasy books and pop culture specialist

Donate here to Indigenous Literacy Foundation



Posted February 01, 2019



There Was Still Love by Favel Parrett

A tender and beautifully told story of memory, family and love.

Silver by Chris Hammer

An enthralling and propulsive thriller from the mind behind Scrublands.

ANZAC and Aviator by Michael Molkentin

The gripping story of a remarkable Australian aviator.

Eddie Woo's Magical Maths by Eddie Woo

There's magic in maths, if you know where to look...

Bruny by Heather Rose

A searing, subversive, brilliant novel about family, love, loyalty and the new world order.

Maybe the Horse Will Talk by Elliot Perlman

To keep the job he hates, he will have to do something strikingly daring...

This Imaginary Feeling of Being Australian by Michael Nicholson

President Bob Brown borne to power on the back of 150 submarines...

The Hilton Bombing by Imre Salusinszky

An extraordinary tale of guilt, remorse, renewal, and the search for forgiveness.

The Breeding Season by Amanda Niehaus

Exploring the intersections of art and science, sex and death, and the heartbreaking complexity of love.

Being Black 'n Chicken, and Chips by Matt Okine

A funny, heart-warming, and sometimes surreal look at how young people deal with grief.

Ten Remarkable Australians by Ian MacFarlane

Short biographies of ten remarkable Australians who deserved to be better known.

Where Soldiers Lie by Ian McPhedran

Over thirty five thousand Australian soldiers and airmen are still listed as Missing In Action...

Paris Savages by Katherine Johnson

A story of love, bravery, culture, and the fight against injustice.

The Wife and the Widow by Christian White

How well do we really know the people we love?

Wolfe Island by Lucy Treloar

A rich and mythic parable of home and kin.

State of Fear by Tim Ayliffe

Catching the world's most wanted terrorist was supposed to be someone else's job...

Pretty Unhealthy by Dr. Nikki Stamp

Unpicking the web of online pseudoscience.

The Joy of High Places by Patti Miller

A soaring memoir of longing, resilience and delight in the natural world.

Bedlam at Botany Bay by James Dunk

Stories of madness woven into a narrative of freedom and possibilities.

Wild by Nathan Besser

An outrageous period drama charting the rise and fall of two men whose lives intertwine in surprising ways.

Legonium by Anthony Gibbins

Latin reader like no other, Legonium is both a town and a tale...

A Dream About Lightning Bugs by Ben Folds

Smile like you've got nothing to prove, because it hurts to grow up...

On the Chin by Alex McClintock

A look at the history, culture and contradictions of the sweet science.

Sand Talk by Tyson Yunkaporta

A book about everything, from echidnas to evolution, cosmology to cooking, and spirits to Schrödinger's cat.

The Devil's Grip by Neal Drinnan

The lies, deceits, and betrayls behind a triple murder in 1992.

The Burnt Country by Joy Rhoades

A scandalous secret. A deadly fire. An agonizing choice.

The Last Bushrangers by Mike Munro

Sworn to secrecy, a family shame. What drove Mike Munro's relatives to crime?

Taking Tom Murray Home by Tim Slee

Tom Murray decides he'd rather burn down his own house than hand it over to the bank.

Where the Dead Go by Sarah Bailey

A riveting thriller from the award-winning author of The Dark Lake.

Plots and Prayers by Niki Savva

The tale of a bungled coup, and the political assassination of Malcolm Turnbull.

My Shopping Basket
Your cart does not contain any items.