Published or Not 17.07.201407/17/14
Ouyang Yu explores the changing ethical and social landscape of china in his erotic novel, Diary of a Naked Official. Cray Craddock talks rare books in the second half of the show.File Download
Published or Not 10.07.2014
Annie Hauxwells, A Morbid Habit sets murder and intrigue against a wintry Moscow backdrop. Analogue Men is Nick Earls humorous book about technology and families having a chaotic effect on life.File Download
Published Or Not 03.07.2014
Sian Priors, Shy a memoir, is a personal exploration of social shyness. Peter Barton has extensively researched and written about Australias worst ever military disaster in The Lost Legions of Fromelles.File Download
Published or Not 26.06.2014
Clare Strahans debut novel, Cracked, explores the adolescent frustration associated with school, parents and relationships. David killed his wife. The why in What Came Before makes Anna Georges debut novel a stunning read.File Download
Published or Not 19.06.2014
Chris Flynns, The Glass Kingdom, takes us into an underworld of drugs and violence in a travelling carnival. Liam Pieper has written about his unconventional family and their drug involvement. with bleak insight and warm humour in The Feel-Good Hit of...
Published Or Not 05.06.2014
Jock Serongs Quota looks at smuggling murder and justice in a small coastal town. Is There no place for me? by Kate Richards has very readable, fictionalised accounts of mental illness written in a very concise 60 pages as a Penguin Special.File...
Published or Not 29.05.2014
K M Gollands, Temptation is the first in an installment firmly in the romantic, erotic genre.File Download
Published or Not 22.05.2014
Craig Sherbournes, Tree Palace, provides an unexpected, comic insight into family through the lives of a group of itinerants who manage to survive despite the challenges they face.File Download
Published or not 15.05.2014
Silvia Kwon explores notions of change, expectation and regret in her first novel, The Return, which is set in a small rural town in Victoria during the 60s.File Download
Published or Not 08.05.2014
Infidelity is more than a relationship novel, as Hugh McKay, one of Australias leading psychologists, is more than just an author.File Download
Published Or Not 01.05.2014
The history and relationships of the characters and their passions are at the core of Robert Hillmans Joyful.File Download
Published Or Not 24.04.2014
Through the Cracks is another great thriller by Honey Brown.File Download
Published or Not 17.04.2014
Festivals and conventions are important for readers and writers. Megan MacKenzie talks about Bookcrossing and Anna Epstein talks about the inaugural Melbourne Jewish Writers Festival.File Download
Published Or Not 14.04.2014
Doris Brett takes us on a journey of recovering from a stroke in The Twelfth Raven. The Lying-Down Room is the first in a crime series set in France and Russia, written by Anna Jaquiery.File Download
Published or not 03.04.2014
Is the end of the world nigh and what will it look like? Read Holly Childs, No Limit to find out. Behind the scenes of TV drama there is reality and romance. Kat Jumps the Shark is the unusual title but great read by Melinda Houston.File Download
Published Or Not 27.03.2014
What should news be? What should we learn from news? How should news enrich us? Alain de Botton writes about this in The News: a Users Manual. Robert Powers Meatloaf in Manhattan is an intriguing collection of short stories full of novel settings and...
Published or not 20.03.2014
Janis Sheldricks biography of surveyor George Goyder, entitiled Natures Line is an insight into just how South Australia and the Northern Territory developed during the 1850s. Derham Groves has written the preface for the republished Murder in the...
Published Or Not 13.03.2014
Sally Van Gent has written about the trials and tribulations of her apple orchard in Clay Gully. She has also drawn the animals that visited and given recipes too. The publishing world in all its guises is revealed in Euan Mitchells, Your Book...
Published Or Not 06.03.2014
Sylvie sees and tells of the events that changed entire lives in The Lost Child by Suzanne McCourt. Darrell Pitt takes us on a steam punk romp in the first Jack Mason adventure The Firebird Mystery.File Download (28:55 min / 13 MB)
Published Or Not 27.02.2014
Can exercise offer us psychological rewards and ethical virtues? How to think about exercise by Damon Young is one of the books in The School of Life series. The troubles in Ireland form the backdrop to Adrian McKintys, In the Morning Ill be Gone.File...
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