We have a wonderful selection of winter-worthy books for you to curl up with this season — true crime, literary fiction, essential political reads — we have a book for every reader.
Waiting for Elijah is the riveting true crime story from award-winning journalist Kate Wild. In country NSW, 24-year-old Elijah Holcombe was shot dead by police. This is the story of that shooting, a flawed system, and a family’s grief. Both heartbreaking and compassionate, this is an account of a tragedy that didn’t have to happen.
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In this revelatory first biography, Duterte Harry, Jonathan Milller charts the President of the Phillipines’ rise, and shows how this fascinating, fearsome man can be seen as the embodiment of populism in our time.
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Trump/Russia: a definitive history uncovers the sordid history of the decades-long association between Donald Trump and Russia. This is a necessary book with never-before-published material.
The Digital Ape delves into smart machines — how they are transforming us all and what we should do about it. A thought-provoking, well-informed, and deeply human book.
In Felix Culpa Jeremy Gavron conjures up a work of extraordinary literary alchemy — a novel made out of lines taken from a hundred great works of literature from authors including Peter Carey, Primo Levi, Jack Kerouac, and George Orwell.
A toddler meltdown over the wrong pair of trousers, siblings fighting in the back of the car, constant struggles just to leave the house … Now Say This is a powerful new book that gives flustered parents the exact words to say in any situation rather than resorting to shouting, threatening, bribing, or caving. A brilliant practical guide that’s user-friendly and full of tips from real-life examples.
The Bootle Boy by Les Hinton is out now — a brilliantly evocative memoir from the golden age of newspaper publishing, from a man who helped define our modern media.
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