Winner: 2016 Australian Crime Writers Association, Ned Kelly Award, Best Crime Novel
Detective Inspector Daniel Clement is back in Broome, the tropical town where he grew up, licking his wounds from a busted marriage and struggling to be impressed by his new tea... read more
Natural history of Australia's Kimberley region.
A compelling true story of homicide and injustice in an outback town
At first it looked like a swag, said the grader driver who found the body just off the road outside the outback town of Katherine. Police identify the dead man as Ray Nicefero, who'd recently appeared in... read more
|Author:||Ian and Anne Galloway (Concept by)|
Cattlemen in Pearls introduces us to 28 remarkable Australian women, spanning three generations, whose love for the land and livestock is ingrained in their genetic profile. These powerful, surprising and moving mini-biographies recount tales of gri... read more
|Author:||Gary Fox; Murray Garde|
Nature and Bushfood
A landmark book to be released July 2018 is theculmination of decades of work describingthe bush tucker and bush medicine of the WorldHeritage-listed Kakadu National Park, one ofAustral... read more
An-me Arri-ngun, The Food We Eat
describes 149 of those edible plants: from toffee-like gum of river wattle to sweet an-badju yams sought by singing children
Over 60,000 years, the Kundjeykmi people of what is now Kakadu National Park have gained an intimate knowledge of the area's plant foods
Four years before the inaugural Tour de France, four cyclists known as 'Overlanders' set out on a race around Australia. On 24 November 1896 a wiry and wily bushman named Arthur Richardson left Coolgardie for Adelaide by bicycle. Carrying only a small kit and a water-bag, he follo... read more
Stories and recipes from the land.
Farmer Cookbook is a collection of recipes and stories from the heart of rural Australia, created with love by some of Australia's best loved chefs, and by farmers, families and friends in the industries th... read more
|Author:||Diana Preston; Michael Preston|
"William Dampier, (1651 -1715), was an English adventurer and pirate who preyed on ships on the Spanish Main. Poor and ill-educated and determined to make his fortune, he nonetheless had a passion for exploration and scientific research. mong m... read more
The epic true story of the indomitable Winifred Steger and her extraordinary life in 19th century outback Australia. Winifred Steger travelled to Australia with her father in the 1880s when he took up a land grant in north Queensland. The grant proved to be worthles... read more
Amelia stands beside a highway in the Australian desert, alone except for her dog and the occasional road train that speeds past her raised thumb. After her mother’s funeral, Amelia was confronted by Zach and reminded of the relationship they had when she was a teenager. She feels comp... read more
The morning of 19 February 1942 saw the grim face of war on Australian shores for the first time as a Japanese task force attacked Darwin. A correspondent for the Melbourne Herald at the time of the bombings, author Douglas Lockwood witnessed the event with his own eyes.