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    Errol O\'Neill / Denying the Faith

    Errol O'Neill / Denying the Faith

    A collection of stories emanating from the experience of growing up, living and working in Australia’s third metropolis.

    $18.00

    M.M. Riches / The Crossing

    M.M. Riches / The Crossing

    When young novice Sister Anthony is assigned to St Cuthbert’s orphanage, she is ill-prepared for the shocking revelations that will challenge everything she believes and bring her into conflict with her superiors, her family and her church.

    $45.00

    Colin Rogers / Of Gods, Guitars and Grafters

    Colin Rogers / Of Gods, Guitars and Grafters

    Four stories that draw upon both the author’s personal experiences and reflect his abiding curiosity about our social history and the manner in which people interact with each other.

    $30.00

    Kathleen Fernandes / Wicked & Whimsical

    Kathleen Fernandes / Wicked & Whimsical

    From the pampered to the parsimonious, the strange to the ridiculous, this collection of short stories will amuse, tease and mystify. It will appeal to anyone who likes a laugh and who is bored reading about nice people.

    $25.00

    Decima Wraxall / Stolen Fruit

    Decima Wraxall / Stolen Fruit

    A raw and real tale of pioneer life in the Australian bush against a background of World War Two.

    $42.50

    Antonia Hildebrand / A Simple Twist of Fate

    Antonia Hildebrand / A Simple Twist of Fate

    These stories show how your fate is twisted by choices you make.

    $25.00

    Virgilio Goncalves / Quick as a Wink: 60 stories

    Virgilio Goncalves / Quick as a Wink: 60 stories

    Readers will find, within most stories, characters they identify with, either in vexed or, more usually, pleasant ways.

    $32.50

    Jacqueline Lonsdale Cuerton / Prophecy & other stories

    Jacqueline Lonsdale Cuerton / Prophecy & other stories

    One remark can give rise to an idea which can lead to a variety of destinations.

    $25.00

    Angus Gaunt / Black Rabbit

    Angus Gaunt / Black Rabbit

    Angus Gaunt’s nasty little novel is about a man who stumbles towards a kind of redemption as he absents himself from society.

    $32.50

    Sean Crawley / Dead People Don\'t Make Jam

    Sean Crawley / Dead People Don't Make Jam

    In his unique and punchy style, Sean Crawley takes the reader from the bush to the coast, riding on city trains, and into the suburban lives of ordinary Australian families.

    $37.50

    Alan C. Williams / The Rain, the Park and Other Things

    Alan C. Williams / The Rain, the Park and Other Things

    The Rain, the Park and Other Things is Alan Williams's first collection of stories.

    $27.50

    Steve Jacobs / Crossroads

    Steve Jacobs / Crossroads

    The powerful stories collected in Crossroads deal with the viciousness of apartheid and show how that policy dehumanised South Africans.

    $25.00

    Maureen Mendelowitz / What have you done

    Maureen Mendelowitz / What have you done

    He's a man used to getting what he wants. Single-minded and focused, he sets goals and inevitably achieves his aims. He loves his wife. But love is a living thing. It needs constant nourishment. Although his love for her is ever-present, it is not burning brightly enough.

    $27.50

    Rose Helen Mitchell / Long is the Way and Hard

    Rose Helen Mitchell / Long is the Way and Hard

    Harry, an Australian veteran from World War I, and Caitlin, an English girl, meet briefly at the end of the war. When Caitlin writes to Harry with the news that her husband Patrick has died, and that she has given birth to a son, Joseph, they begin friendly correspondence. Through these letters, Harry’s feelings for Caitlin grow into love and he eventually proposes marriage to her.

    $32.50

    Ian Coulls / Bookends

    Ian Coulls / Bookends

    Reflecting a lifetime of travel and people from everywhere, Ian Coulls’s stories are drawn from Western, Middle Eastern and Far Eastern cultures.

    $20.00

    Libby Sommer / Stories from Bondi

    Libby Sommer / Stories from Bondi

    Stories from Bondi centre on women - their joys, doubts, loves and realisations.

    $32.50

    Roslyn McFarland / All the Lives We\'ve Lived

    Roslyn McFarland / All the Lives We've Lived

    ‘This is an exceptional novel - a work of the imagination edged with compelling reality.' - Robert Adamson

    $35.00

    Leigh Swinbourne / Shadow in the Forest

    Leigh Swinbourne / Shadow in the Forest

    Evelyn Carter, a young idealistic zoologist, travels to Tasmania as part of a project to keep that heat turned up. Deep in the wilderness, alone, she is confronted by an extraordinary event that will challenge both herself and her deep love of the natural world.

    $32.50

    T.M. Collins / Until a Shrimp Learns to Whistle

    T.M. Collins / Until a Shrimp Learns to Whistle

    A compellingly mordant yet profound and moving meditation on the ephemeral quality of our existence.

    $22.50

    Anthony J. Langford / A Refugee\'s Rage

    Anthony J. Langford / A Refugee's Rage

    Two stories. Two individuals. One journey. One destiny.

    $22.50