Peter Barton, The Lost Legions of Fromelles: The True Story of the Most Dramatic Battle in Australia’s History. Allen & Unwin, 2014. 448pp, illustrated. $32.99
Children of War is the seventh novel in Martin Walker’s Bruno, Chief of Police mystery series, set in the Perigord region of France.
The latest volume of collected lectures from the British Studies Seminar at the University of Texas are as eclectic and informative as ever.
Andrew McMillen spent the decade between 15 and 25 being very anti-drugs, sticking instead to binge drinking whenever he wanted to relax or party.
A common misconception about Andrew Stafford's Pig City is that it is a chronicle of a Brisbane music scene fueled by the oppressive political climate of Pre-Fitzgerald Inquiry Queensland.
Besides being a rattling good read, the Harry Potter novels may also help reduce prejudice towards gays, immigrants and refugees among readers, according to new research.
He appeared out of the depths at Docklands this week, and will rise from out of a lake at Elsternwick’s historic Rippon Lea Estate next week.
THE ZHIVAGO AFFAIR: THE KREMLIN, THE CIA AND THE BATTLE OVER A FORBIDDEN BOOK. By Peter Finn and Petra Couvee. Harvill Secker. $35.
Mary Delahunty doesn't pretend to be ''objective'' in any sense in her thoughtful and very human observations of Australia's first female prime minister.
Australian Book Design Awards favourites; Byron Bay Writers' Festival; writers headed for Sydney.