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              Fit for Life Not Fat for Life
               

              Fit for Life Not Fat for Life (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

              By Diamond, Harvey

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              This book offers not a diet but a lifelong way of eating that allows the eating experience to remain a joyous one, rather than a clinical endeavour of measuring portions and counting calories, carbohydrates and proteins.

              ISBN 9780757301131
              Published AU 25 Feb 2004
              Publisher HarperCollins Publishers
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              Strandee
                

              Strandee (Paperback)

              By McRobbie, David

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              Mum and Cara are back in the 21st century and with them is Steven Plumtree, the blacksmith's apprentice they met in the 19th century. They now have to try to explain their time-travel adventure to Dad and Craig and, of course, Steven. This book is for children aged 11 and above.

              ISBN 9780207199646
              Published AU 30 Jul 2003
              Publisher HarperCollins Publishers
              Interest Age Children / Young Adults
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              Birthright
               

              Birthright (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

              By Lowe, Fiona

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              Australian author Fiona Lowe returns with a juicy family saga, set against the backdrop of Victoria's high country, about unforgettable characters tangled together by a wealthy inheritance, secrets and betrayal. Is inheritance a privilege or a right?Does it show love? The Jamieso...ns are a wealthy family in the heart of Victoria's high country. But Margaret, the matriarch, has always been as tight-fisted with the family money as she is with her affection. Her eldest daughter, Sarah, is successful in her own right as a wife, mother and part owner of a gourmet food empire. But it's not enough to impress her mother. Always in the shadow cast by the golden glow of her younger brother, Sarah feels compelled to meet Margaret's every demand to earn her love. Is it security? After a poverty-stricken childhood, Anita has claimed the social status she's worked so hard to achieve by marrying Cameron Jamieson. Although they have a comfortable life, she's never able to fully relax, fearing everything can change in a heartbeat.Or is it freedom? Ellie, the youngest, has lived a nomadic and - according to her siblings - a selfish life, leaving them to care for their ageing mother. For her, freedom means staying far away from the strings attached to her inheritance, but she needs to consider her young son's future as well.As their mother's health deteriorates, will long-held secrets and childhood rivalries smash this family into pieces? An addictive and page-turning story of the relationships between siblings, and of deceit, betrayal and revenge.
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              ISBN 9781489246745
              Published AU 19 Feb 2018
              Publisher HarperCollins Publishers
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              Flesh and Blood
               

              Flesh and Blood (Hardback)

              By Cornwell, Patricia

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              New York Times bestselling author Patricia Cornwell delivers the next enthralling thriller in her high-stakes series starring Kay Scarpetta - a complex tale involving a serial sniper who strikes chillingly close to the forensic sleuth herself. It's Dr. Kay Scarpetta's birthday, a...nd she's about to head to Miami for a vacation with Benton Wesley, her FBI profiler husband, when she notices seven pennies on a wall behind their Cambridge house. Is this a kids' game? If so, why are all of the coins dated 1981 and so shiny they could be newly minted? Her cellphone rings, and Detective Pete Marino tells her there's been a homicide five minutes away. A high school music teacher has been shot with uncanny precision as he unloaded groceries from his car. No one has heard or seen a thing. In this 22nd Scarpetta novel, the master forensic sleuth finds herself in the unsettling pursuit of a serial sniper who leaves no incriminating evidence except fragments of copper. The shots seem impossible, yet they are so perfect they cause instant death. The victims appear to have had nothing in common, and there is no pattern to indicate where the killer will strike next. First New Jersey, then Massachusetts, and then the murky depths off the coast of South Florida, where Scarpetta investigates a shipwreck, looking for answers that only she can discover and analyze. And it is there that she comes face to face with shocking evidence that implicates her techno genius niece, Lucy, Scarpetta's own flesh and blood.
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              ISBN 9780732299149
              Replacement this title has been replaced by: 9780062325341
              Published AU 20 Oct 2014
              Publisher HarperCollins Publishers
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              The Shanghai Wife
               

              The Shanghai Wife (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

              By Harcourt, Emma

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              Forbidden friendship, political conspiracy and incendiary passion draw Australian woman Annie Brand deep into the glamour and turmoil of 1920s Shanghai. Shanghai, 1925: Leaving behind the loneliness and trauma of her past in country Australia, Annie Brand arrives to the political... upheaval and glittering international society of Shanghai in the 1920s. Journeying up the Yangtze with her new husband, the ship's captain, Annie revels in the sense of adventure but when her husband decides the danger is too great and sends her back to Shanghai, her freedom is quickly curtailed. Against her will, Annie finds herself living alone in the International Settlement, increasingly suffocated by the judgemental Club ladies and their exclusive social scene: one even more restrictive than that she came from. Sick of salacious gossip and colonial condescension, and desperate to shake off the restrictions of her position in the world, Annie is slowly drawn into the bustling life and otherness of the real Shanghai, and begins to see the world from the perspective of the local people, including the servants who work at her husband's Club. But this world is far more complex and dangerous than the curious Annie understands and unknowingly, she becomes caught in a web of intrigue and conspiracy as well as a passionate and forbidden love affair she could not have predicted: one with far-reaching consequences...
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              ISBN 9781489249142
              Published AU 18 Jun 2018
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              The Paris Model

              The Paris Model (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

              By Joel, Alexandra

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              Sometimes you have to lose everything to find yourself ... A stunning novel of love, betrayal and family secrets for all fans of Fiona McIntosh and Natasha Lester. After a devastating discovery, Grace Woods leaves her vast Australian sheep station and travels to tumultuous post-w...ar Paris in order to find her true identity. While working as a glamorous mannequin for Christian Dior, the world's newly acclaimed emperor of fashion, Grace mixes with counts and princesses, authors and artists, diplomats and politicians. But when Grace falls for handsome Philippe Boyer she doesn't know that he is leading a double life, nor that his past might inflict devastating consequences upon her. As she is drawn into Philippe's secret world of international espionage, Grace discovers both the shattering truth of her origins - and that her life is in peril. Inspired by a true story, The Paris Model is a tale of glamour, family secrets and heartbreak that takes you from the Australian outback to the exclusive salons of Paris.
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              ISBN 9781460758144
              Published AU 20 Jan 2020
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              The Lost Summers of Driftwood

              The Lost Summers of Driftwood (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

              By McCausland, Vanessa

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              Is it more dangerous to forget ... or to remember? A compelling drama about broken dreams, first love and the mystery of a lost sister, for all fans of Hannah Richell and Kate Morton.

              ISBN 9781460757680
              Published AU 16 Dec 2019
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              Just an Ordinary Family
               

              Just an Ordinary Family (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

              By Lowe, Fiona

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                24 Feb 20

              Liane Moriarty meets Jodi Picoult in this tensely negotiated story of family ties, betrayal and sacrifice. Every family has its secrets... Alice Hunter is smarting from the raw deal life has thrown her way: suddenly single, jobless and forced to move home to her parents' tiny sea...side town. And now she faces an uncomfortable truth. She wants her twin sister Libby's enviable life. Libby's closest friend Jess Dekic has been around the Hunter family for so long she might as well be blood. She's always considered herself a sister closer to Libby than Alice ever could be... Libby Hunter has all of life's boxes ticked: prominent small-town doctor, gorgeous husband and two young daughters. But when she is betrayed by those she loves most, it reveals how tenuous her world is... For Karen Hunter, her children are a double-edged sword of pain and pride. She's always tried to guide her girls through life's pitfalls, but how do you protect your children when they're adults? As the family implodes, the fallout for these four women will be inescapable... Bestselling Australian author Fiona Lowe wields a deft hand, creating utterly addictive storytelling that will have you questioning your own perceptions of what family is.
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              ISBN 9781489257352
              Published AU 24 Feb 2020
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              The Daughter of Victory Lights

              The Daughter of Victory Lights (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

              By Turner, Kerri

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              An enthralling story of one woman's determined grab for freedom after WW2 from a talented new Australian voice. 'PART CABARET, PART BURLESQUE, AND LIKE NOTHING YOU'VE EVER SEEN BEFORE! GENTLEMEN, AND LADIES IF YOU'VE DARED TO COME, WELCOME TO ...' There was a pause, and Evelyn se...nsed those around her leaning forward in anticipation. 'THE VICTORY!' 1945: After the thrill and danger of volunteering in an all-female searchlight regiment protecting Londoners from German bombers overhead, Evelyn Bell is secretly dismayed to be sent back her rigid domestic life when the war is over. But then she comes across a secret night-time show, hidden from the law on a boat in the middle of the Thames. Entranced by the risque and lively performance, she grabs the opportunity to join the misfit crew and escape her dreary future. At first the Victory travels from port to port to raucous applause, but as the shows get bigger and bigger, so too does the risks the performers are driven to take, as well as the growing emotional complications among the crew. Until one desperate night ... 1963: Lucy, an unloved and unwanted little girl, is rescued by a mysterious stranger who says he knows her mother. On the Isle of Wight, Lucy is welcomed into an eclectic family of ex-performers. She is showered with kindness and love, but gradually it becomes clear that there are secrets they refuse to share. Who is Evelyn Bell? PRAISE FOR KERRI TURNER 'Beautiful, daring, deceptive and surprising.' The Australian Women's Weekly on The Last Days of the Romanov Dancers
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              ISBN 9781489256720
              Published AU 20 Jan 2020
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              The Long Road Home
               

              The Long Road Home (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

              By McCallum, Fiona

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              • Pub Date
                23 Mar 20

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              ISBN 9781489261526
              Published AU 23 Mar 2020
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