Books

Fri 19 Apr 2019

The time's right for men to have a talk about their health

The time's right for men to have a talk about their health

BOOK offers valuable information about Parkinson's, including strategies to make living with the symptoms easier.

Sat 30 Mar 2019

A revolutionary approach to ageing

A revolutionary approach to ageing

CARL Honore introduces us in his new book Bolder to a revolutionary approach to ageing.

Sat 16 Mar 2019

It's a dark tale in Ladder to the Sky

It's a dark tale in Ladder to the Sky

THE handsome, intelligent and outwardly suave, aspiring novelist Maurice Swift wants fame and will pursue it at any cost.

Sun 3 Mar 2019

Revelations explode In the Closet of the Vatican

Revelations explode In the Closet of the Vatican

THIS explosive new book, which is being published simultaneously in 20 countries, reveals the Vatican secrets and penetrates its enigma.

Fri 1 Mar 2019

How David ‘Jim’ Penman from Jim’s Mowing made his fortune

How David ‘Jim’ Penman from Jim’s Mowing made his fortune

HIS face is plastered around the country and his gardening empire rakes in $500 million a year. This is the story behind Jim’s Mowing.

Sat 23 Feb 2019

Murder, Misadventure and Miserable Ends in Sydney

Murder, Misadventure and Miserable Ends in Sydney

MURDER in colonial Sydney was a surprisingly rare occurrence, so when it did happen - it caused a great sensation.

Sun 17 Feb 2019

A road trip to save you

A road trip to save you

A DESPERATE mother, three escape retirees and one unforgettable road trip, but can they save each other - and themselves?

Sat 16 Feb 2019

The Wedding Guest a thrilling good read

The Wedding Guest a thrilling good read

INTERNATIONAL best-seller Jonathan Kellerman has again found a way to keep reader's on the edge of their seat with The Wedding Guest.

Sat 9 Feb 2019

Do you remember? Old Days, Old Ways

Do you remember? Old Days, Old Ways

ALEX Nicol takes you back to the days in the bush, when booking into a country pub could turn into an adventure and radio held far flung communities together.

Thu 17 Jan 2019

A vision is the start to Princess Peony story

A vision is the start to Princess Peony story

TWEED Coast writer Nette Hilton has never met illustrator Lucinda Gifford but her editor thinks she would really like her.

Sun 6 Jan 2019

By Sea & Stars, the story of the first fleet

By Sea & Stars, the story of the first fleet

The enthralling story of the epic journey of the First Fleet, from one of Australia's greatest writers.

Mon 31 Dec 2018

Flight Risk thriller from Australian author

Flight Risk thriller from Australian author

MICHAEL McGuire's debut novel Flight Risk is a gripping thriller full of pure adrenaline, explosive action and terrifying revelations.

Sun 30 Dec 2018

Nine Perfect Strangers and one very strange resort

Nine Perfect Strangers and one very strange resort

LIANE Moriarty has produced another superb tale in her novel Nine Perfect Strangers.

Sat 29 Dec 2018

Who can you trust when you've heard The Rumour

Who can you trust when you've heard The Rumour

SINGLE mum Joanna hears a rumour at the school gates. She really never intended passing it on.

NSW Seniors stories: Dogs and Dongles

NSW Seniors stories: Dogs and Dongles

Mere children, the sales staff in the computer store, raised pierced eyebrows when Shirley and I entered.

Sun 23 Dec 2018

The Cottage at Rosella Cove

The Cottage at Rosella Cove

IN THE small, sleepy Australian coastal town of Rosella Cove there are three damaged souls and a house which stands empty. It's been like that for a long time.

Sat 22 Dec 2018

NSW Seniors stories: On the Three-Twenty-Four

NSW Seniors stories: On the Three-Twenty-Four

FOUR carriages. Bummer. It'll be packed, standing room only to Wollongong.

Sun 16 Dec 2018

Find some great ideas for books for grandkids

Find some great ideas for books for grandkids

CHECK out these summer reading suggestions for your grandkids and for you to share with them.

Thespians get 'rocket-booster' from reading Shakespeare

Thespians get 'rocket-booster' from reading Shakespeare

READING Shakespeare acts like a 'rocket-booster' to the brain - and Tewantin's U3A's Reading Shakespeare Group are the perfect example!

Sat 15 Dec 2018

A Diamond in the Dust

A Diamond in the Dust

SETTLE back for some great summer reading as you dig into the life of pink diamond entrepreneur Frauke Bolten-Boshammer.

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