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One Fine Day

Tania Pennell

If you enjoy a cracking Australian yarn, fun with friends and crazy family drama, join Mia and her mates in an adventure with a very dodgy side. Set in the heartland of New South Wales, One Fine Day is an easy enjoyable read, the first book in the Mia Mystery series.

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The Recipient

Audrey J. Cole

Audrey J. Cole is a registered nurse and a writer of thrillers set in Seattle. Although born and raised in the Seattle area, Audrey now lives with her husband and daughter in Port Stephens, Australia. Her debut thriller, The Recipient, is the first book in a series of Emerald City Thrillers and will be available on Amazon June 13.

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Erinland

Kathryn Berryman

Two troubled young adults find themselves key players in a deadly game that spans the 21st century and the Viking Age.

Amy, finding it difficult to ‘fit in’, becomes increasingly obsessed with the virtual reality game Erinland. The VR characters and the mist of Erin begin to invade Amy’s dreams and her waking moments.

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Angel with Drumsticks

Pamela King

This is the story as it was told to the author by Angelo Ferrari, drummer, singer and founder of the Italian Beat rock group Angel and the Brains.

After recounting how the band was formed and its music ambitions, it continues to tell the true story about the aftermath of La Messa Dei Giovani (La Messa).

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Making Them Real

Pam Garfoot and Elizabeth Conway

After their father’s death, two sisters find a diary written at Gallipoli by their grandfather, Percy Gooch. It captivates them, compelling them to bring alive not only Percy’s story but also that of their family’s beginnings in Australia.

The authors record their findings and describe how they feel about significant events in their voyage of discovery.

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With a Mind to Achieve

Wayne Jarman

If only I knew then, what I know now!

How many times have you heard someone say that?

I’ve said it myself.

If only someone had shoved a book in my hand, when I was young, that gave some guidelines for leading an effective life – full of achievements and success.

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Kicker by Christina Batey

Christina Batey

Troy Berrier has the world at his feet. He is about to take the freestyle motocross world by storm when he wins the world MX-Stream game finals. He’s invited to all the cool parties. He has no trouble scoring chicks and has plenty of mates, including his best friends,

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To the Honour of the Kings

Wayne Jarman

The Ancient Legends decreed that the second born prince of Arrindare should, on his eighteenth birthday, become the Warlord of the seven armies of Amorand.

As Prince Gwaine’s eighteenth birthday approached, so did the war.

Century after century had seen the Dark Emperor’s forces pour over the northern borders of Amorand and move closer to victory with each assault.

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Friends and Foes

Johan Luidens

“At least you’ll be far away from war-torn Europe”. These are the famous last words from his mother as Kees is preparing himself to fly to the Dutch East Indies to join his first ship. Little do they know that both will be facing difficult times dealing with friends and foes.

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Kaleidoscope

Shirley Goodbar
Illustrated by Yvonne Sorensen

A selection of one hundred and ten poems on life. Written in many different forms, the poetry reflects the ordinary experiences of everyday life and offers both laughter and reflection. The poems are taken from Shirley’s lifetime collection. The title “Kaleidoscope” was chosen to describe the variety of subject and form.

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