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- Fremantle Arts Centre Press 1999; US$ 16.95
A powerful and triumphant novel in which the narrator, the 'first white man born', sets out to trace his connection to family and country through the minefield of post-colonial history. Co-winner of the Miles Franklin Literary Award. more...
- Fremantle Arts Centre Press 1999; US$ 5.05
When a kiss leaves John bruised, battered and unconscious, maybe he should think twice about seeing that girl again ... But Elizabeth, Lavinia and their friends are strangely irresistible. John and Gino soon find themselves out of their depth, and scared out of their minds. more...
- Fremantle Arts Centre Press 1996; US$ 3.95
It began as a normal summer holiday for Amy, Scott and Su Lin: long lazy days at the beach, visits to their special island, meetings in their secret cubby-house ... but the discovery of the huge, heavy 'rock' changed everything - dramatically! Who would have dreamt they would be caught up in an ancient struggle for survival between two powerful... more...
- Fremantle Arts Centre Press 1997; US$ 6.60
Deborah Robertson's stories are strong and accomplished works of power and subtle variation. This is a book about bodies - various, human, vulnerable - and the histories they carry with them. It is stylish, perceptive and highly readable, funny, poignant and sometimes black. The individual stories work together as a compelling contemporary text... more...
- Fremantle Arts Centre Press 2001; US$ 9.25
Inspired by the extraordinary relationship that developed between the author and 'Joe', an elderly man suffering from Alzheimer's Disease, the book is an uplifting exploration of human relationships and how we all make sense of our lives through the act of storytelling. Compelling reading. more...
- Fremantle Arts Centre Press 1994; US$ 3.95
Just before he turned twelve, Tony Jones got his picture in the paper ... It was a close-up, showing little drops of water on his face, his hair still wet from the sea and a smile in his eyes. From that day on, his life went into a spin. more...
- Fremantle Arts Centre Press 1998; US$ 5.05
From the time Brodie meets Jana he can't seem to escape her. Everything in his life changes. Some things for the better, and some things for the worse, the very worst. Manslaughter charges, the psychiatric ward - it's like a different world. more...
- Fremantle Arts Centre Press 2000; US$ 6.95
It was their first trip. They joined the exodus north, the long procession of caravans and campers and gleaming LandCruisers, the tight-packed trailers with dinghies strapped on top, spreading up the coastal highway; part of the ritual urge that took hold in middle life - to go around Australia. more...
- Fremantle Arts Centre Press 1999; US$ 6.95
A hot and happening chick's gotta be ready for action. And, boy, is Zan ready. First she's busted in flagrante delicto with Darwin, the legendary Greenie filmmaker, sending Sheehan, her arrogant schmuck of an ex, wild with jealousy - which isn't altogether a bad thing. But then she gets involved in some crazy save the whales ecotage, trashing a... more...
- Fremantle Arts Centre Press 1995; US$ 3.95
Tom rose on his elbow, stared at Spot then reached for the gun under his bed. What could be out there? Fear as tangible as the darkness filled the hut. The dim light from the fire threw frightening shadows. 'Open up! Be quick about it,' called a harsh voice. more...