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Janis Spehr / The light at the edge of the sky

Janis Spehr / The light at the edge of the sky

Told in haunting, elegiac prose, Janis Spehr’s short, exquisite novel is about jealousy, betrayal and exile.

$30.00

Linley Walker / Lizzie\'s Journey to Yarra Bend

Linley Walker / Lizzie's Journey to Yarra Bend

Lunacy is a crime when Lizzie sets foot in the new colony of Victoria in 1855. Based on extensive research, this is the story of her struggle with mental illness.

$37.50

Margaret Bolton / Mapmaker: The Life and Times of Abraham Ortelius

Margaret Bolton / Mapmaker: The Life and Times of Abraham Ortelius

Abraham Ortelius was a mapmaker in the 1500s in Antwerp. His chief claim to fame was that he made the first map book, now called an atlas.

$30.00

Margaret Visciglio / Only Two Letters in Orroroo

Margaret Visciglio / Only Two Letters in Orroroo

Only Two Letters in Orroroo is not a war novel; it is an anti-war novel. The novel’s theme is dark but there are flashes of light and humour.

$40.00

Robert Horne / The Glass Harpoon

Robert Horne / The Glass Harpoon

This is an important novel about friendship and love, and about Aboriginal culture, frontier violence and the meaning of the law.

$37.50

William Cotter / Storm Over Bakery Hill

William Cotter / Storm Over Bakery Hill

In the frantic days of the Victorian gold rushes, few made their fortunes. Most did not. Storm Over Bakery Hill concerns some of those people.

$32.50