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Operation Paradise

Sarah Evans
9780645042672
2021-10-01
A$6.99
Clan Destine Press

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Perth cop Eve Rock is investigating a series of abductions from the seedy inner-city Paradise Nightclub when her boss adds a murder case to her workload.
Now, Eve loves a challenge - about as much as she loves red wine, exotic food and cigars - but this case is a bit tricky because she'd speed dated the sleazy salesman hours before he met his Maker.
But then 'tricky' is Eve's middle name.
Her mum's a former hooker-turned-nun who runs a select girls school.
Her daughter's a fanatical 'Virgin Vigilante' who attends that same school.
And Eve is being stalked by a department store Santa.
If that isn't enough, her love life is dead in the water.
Or it is until Eve meets dreamy undercover cop Adam Fox whose sex appeal isn't diminished by his slut heels and micro skirt.
And then there's his equally gorgeous dad...
Eve's life could be peachy... except now someone wants to kill her.


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Pachyderm

Hugh McGinlay
9780645002133
2021-11-29
A$5.99
Clan Destine Press

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'I didn't have perspective on life until my head got stuck in an elephant's anal tract.'
 
A romantic night at the zoo ends with a new mystery for milliner and sleuth Catherine Kint.
Before you can say 'monkey business' Catherine and her trusted barman Boris are annoying everyone from zoologists to police. This investigation would challenge the best of detectives, but this is Catherine and Boris.
Secrets, rivalries, lust and egos all set the dung flying. By the time this is finished, reputations will be tarnished, gin will be drunk and someone's gonna get fed to the lions... or some other carnivore.


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Patterson of Israel

Henry R Lew
9781925736922
2021-11-29
A$9.99
Hybrid Publishers

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The most amazing Jewish story of Gallipoli and the ANZAC Light Horsemen ever published in Australia.
John Henry Patterson (1867-1947) was a non-Jewish British army officer who sought to help the Jews to create a Jewish state in Palestine. He was involved with such major figures as Vladimir Jabotinsky and Trumpledor.
Jabotinsky and Patterson also believed that Jews, within the boundaries of a Jewish state in Palestine, would treat peaceful minorities with much more compassion and tolerance than they themselves would be treated if they attempted to be the peaceful minority.


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Phar Lap
'Big Red' Souvenirs
Jack Spinty; Tom Thompson
9781922473486
2021-10-01
A$9.99
ETT Imprint

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The first booklet published following the death of Phar Lap, the greatest of all Race Horses, is once again in print; this time augmented by a great selection of 'Big Red' Memorabilia, compiled by Tom Thompson from the auctions of jockeys Jim Pike, Billy Elliott and strapper Tommy Woodcock. With race day programs and souvenirs from his Melbourne Cup and Agua Calient triumphs, here is a fine reminder of the Wonder-Horse!


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Saskia

Jacques Horringa
9781925706864
2021-07-01
A$9.99
ETT Imprint

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Jacques Horringa worked as a freelance journalist in the Netherlands before coming to Australia. Since arriving in Australia, Jacques had a four year period working on cattle stations and in the shearing industry in Queensland. His experience of the Australian Outback is reflected in some of his books.
 
This novel, Saskia, is a murder-mystery involving duplicity and intrigue. Alan Henderson loves his wife. He has short-lived affairs. He meets Saskia, a call-girl. Saskia asks him to move in with her Then he realizes how far and deep this affair has gone. The situation gets out of hand, ending in tragedy. Can Alan and his long-suffering wife find happiness again?
 
Jacques is a member of the Australian Society of Authors.


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Scarlet Stiletto: The Thirteenth Cut - 2021

Phyllis King
9780645316766
2021-11-29
A$5.99
Clan Destine Press

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Scarlet Stiletto: The Thirteenth Cut - 2021 features thirteen award-winning stories from the 28th annual Scarlet Stiletto Awards.
'Crime and mystery short stories of startling originality; and a grim warning of what evil lurks in Australian suburbia.' - Kerry Greenwood
The Scarlet Stiletto series of eBooks – the First to the Thirteenth Cuts – feature superb collections of spine-chilling crime and mystery short stories, by Australian women writers, curated from 28 years of the Scarlet Stiletto Awards hosted by Sisters in Crime Australia.


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SkinZipped

Hazel Edwards
9780992577704
2021-09-01
A$4.99
Hazel Edwards

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How much does your skin matter?
Edwina is a see-through 10 year old. You can see her insides working.
Too much sun means Edwina’s skin came right off. Can she put it on again? What happens as she visits the medical and media worlds, with a see-through body and no skin colour?
Is it a disability, diversity, racial prejudice, or fun?


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Suzie & the Snowflake

Rebecca Keros; Andrew McIntosh
9781922358752
2021-07-01
A$4.99
Little Steps Publishing

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When Sam the snowflake blows into Suzie’s bedroom by mistake, they embark on a grand adventure to help him find his way home. Suzie and the Snowflake is a magical wintertime adventure written in rhyme that celebrates the power and courage and friendship. Featuring educational resources and an activity section all about snow!


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Take the Child and Disappear
A Memoir
Nina Bassat
9781925736731
2021-08-01
A$9.99
Hybrid Publishers

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‘When five words uttered by a German soldier determine whether you live or die, you spend your life trying to unravel all the what-ifs. What if I had not been born in Poland in 1939? What if those five words had not been said? What if I had grown up in a safe, happy environment, surrounded by a large family?’
Take the Child and Disappear examines the Shoah (Holocaust) from multiple perspectives – before, during and after. As the author recounts her experiences and those of her family members, she contemplates the many ways being a child survivor has shaped her life, both consciously and unconsciously. ‘I have lived a happy and fulfilling life, surrounded by a large, loving family and enriched by years of community involvement. Yet despite this, there has always been a sense of dislocation and some unresolved questions, most troubling of which were – who am I and where do I belong? I thought a visit to Poland might answer them. It did not.’ The book is also about Hadassa, Nina’s courageous and wise mother.


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The Bone Ranger

Louisa Bennet
9780645316704
2021-11-29
A$7.99
Clan Destine Press

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A new wagtastic mystery.
Monty, the adorable, food-obsessed Golden Retriever will do anything for his owner, Detective Constable Rose Sidebottom.
Of course, as these things go, Monty is no ordinary dog and Rose is no ordinary hooman.
Monty's super-smart nose and network of unique informers, and Rose's uncanny ability to spot liars make them a funny and formidable team.
When Rose is on sick leave a stranger begs for their help to find a missing person. The case soon becomes a murder investigation, and Rose's boss warns her not to interfere.
But, when dogs start disappearing too, Monty and Rose have no choice but to track down the culprits by doing what they do best - together.


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The Erotic Contemplative
Reflections on the Spiritual Journey of the Gay/Lesbian Christian
Michael Bernard Kelly
9780645193589
2021-11-29
A$9.99
Clouds of Magellan

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In 1994, Michael Bernard Kelly recorded six video lectures for the Erospirit Research Institute. The Erotic Contemplative charted a spirituality for gay and lesbian Christians grounded in the contemplative, mystical traditions of the church. Dr Joseph Kramer, who commissioned the lectures, writes: "His powerful words ... seemed to come straight from his heart and right into mine. I told Michael that he was offering transformative guidance, like Joseph Campbell did in his Hero's Journey. 'You have described the Mystic's Journey for Gay and Lesbian Christians.' "
The lectures, originally released in 1995, were digitised and re-released in 2020. Now this transcription of all the lectures is published for the first time, and includes a study guide to the series prepared by Michael Kelly.
"The Erotic Contemplative" is the most powerful and insightful study of Gay Spirituality that I know of. I have watched 'The Road from Emmaus' lecture three times, and still find new riches!" - John J. McNeill, PhD. Author of The Church and the Homosexual.


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The Indecisive Princess

Natalie Bascur; Andrew McIntosh
9781922358394
2021-10-01
A$4.99
Little Steps Publishing

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When trouble strikes the palace, Princess Nila decrees that everyone in her kingdom should quit their jobs and join the police.
She quickly learns that being an individual is much better than being just like everyone else.
What will she do to set things straight?


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The Little Black Princess
A True Story from the Never-Never
Jeannie Gunn
9781922473509
2021-10-01
A$7.99
ETT Imprint

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These simple sketches and photographs of Territory life centre around the young Aboriginal girl Bett-Bett (Dolly Bonson) and her dog Sue; as she appears from the Never-Never, stays awhile, learns a little, laughs a lot, wonders much, and finally returns to the bush again.
This early tale of life in the Northern Territory was first published in 1905, and was followed up bby the classic We of the Never-Never, the author's memoir of life with her family on Elsey Station.


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The Lowest Depths

Ross Fitzgerald; Ian McFadyen
9781925736755
2021-10-01
A$9.99
Hybrid Publishers

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The eighth book in the Grafton Everest series sees the hapless ex-President of the Republic of Australia, Dr Professor Grafton Everest, caught up in a web of international espionage and intrigue that he is hopelessly ill-equipped to handle.
Abandoned to his own inadequate devices when his wife Janet departs on a world tour, with his home invaded by his now broke daughter and son-in-law, Grafton accepts an assignment with the United Nations to investigate electoral fraud in Russia. The reason is not only to get out of the house; an old letter from his mother, addressed to someone in the Soviet Union fifty years ago, suggests that Grafton may not be the only child that he always thought he was.
Grafton’s mission to Moscow and his search for this mysterious sibling take him far from the Russian capital, deep into the icy wastes of Siberia and even deeper in a tangled conspiracy whose roots extend back to the Cold War and even as far back as the Russian Revolution.


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The New War Against the Jews
Writing from the Trenches
Dvir Abramovich
9781925736823
2021-11-01
A$9.99
Hybrid Publishers

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Let’s face it: a chasm separates the experience of reading an article on a screen or in a newspaper, and giving yourself over to a good book. No matter how well-written an article may be, when you read it online or in newspaper, myriad distractions jostle for attention and jangle your nerves. Settle in to read the same piece in a book and the experience is transformed!
In this engagingly reflective and deeply passionate collection, Dvir Abramovich takes the reader on a fascinating pilgrimage through the landscapes of the ever-changing Jewish world, an extraordinary tour that demonstrates the full range of his observational powers.
Bristling with the author’s signature eloquence and erudition, this ambitious volume brings together a series of trenchant essays that tackle the momentous political and cultural shifts that have marked the Jewish world in the twenty-first century.
With candour and insight, Abramovich explores an expanse of topics such as the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, antisemitism, Holocaust trivialisation, the rise of neo-Nazism, education, the nature of extremism, and the role of memory, training his eye on the issues that illuminate the times we live in, and holding nothing back.

 

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