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A Short History of Christianity
A Short History of Christianity Geoffrey Blainey
With his characteristic curiosity and storytelling skill, Blainey considers Christianity's central place in world history. Will it remain in the centre? As Blainey observes in his eminently readable account, the story of Christianity is one of many ups and downs.
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A Sister in My House
A Sister in My House Linda Olsson
Can hope and reconciliation be found after so many years of estrangement?
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A Taste for It
A Taste for It Monica McInerney
A warm, funny novel about following your heart and pursuing your dreams, from one of Australia's most-loved authors
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A Terrible Beauty Is Born
A Terrible Beauty Is Born William Butler Yeats, W. B. Yeats
By turns joyful and despairing, some of the twentieth century's greatest verse on fleeting youth, fervent hopes and futile sacrifice.
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According To Yes
According To Yes Dawn French
Manhattan's wealthy Upper East Side has its own rigid code of behaviour. One strictly adhered to by the Wilder-Bingham family.
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Adults Only
Adults Only Morris Gleitzman
Jake's an only kid. He's the only kid in his family. He's the only kid on his island. Or that's what he thinks.  
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After
After Morris Gleitzman
The next instalment of the story begun in the award-winning Once and Then and followed by Now.
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After Cancer: Penguin Special
After Cancer: Penguin Special Ranjana Srivastava
With warmth and vigour, After Cancer demystifies the aftermath of treatment, delving into what survivorship really entails. Oncologist Dr Ranjana Srivastava also introduces a useful survivorship template.
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After You
After You Jojo Moyes
The stunning sequel to the worldwide phenomenon Me Before You.
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Afterworlds
Afterworlds Scott Westerfeld
Scott Westerfeld is renowned in the YA fiction market, this is a perfect blend of contemporary love story and fantastical thriller.
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Agnes Grey
Agnes Grey Anne Bronte
The lesser-known but brilliant novel by the hugely under-appreciated Anne Brontë
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All My Dangerous Friends
All My Dangerous Friends Sonya Hartnett
Award-winning author Sonya Harnett's funny, compelling novel explores a lawless world where morality is a nuisance and the prices paid are high.
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All Together Now
All Together Now Monica McInerney
A heartwarming collection of short stories brimming with colour, warmth and humour, from one of Australia's best-loved authors
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Althea and Oliver
Althea and Oliver Cristina Moracho
Cristina Moracho's whip-smart debut is an achingly real story about identity, illness, and love and why bad decisions are sometimes the only ones that lead to good.
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Amazinger Face
Amazinger Face Zoe Foster Blake
All the answers are here, in this top-to-toe beauty extravaganza. Former Cosmopolitan and Harper's BAZAAR beauty director, and the founder of Go-To skin care, Zoë Foster Blake suggests makeup colours and brands for every occasion; useful, practical skin care routines and products for every age; and step-by-step instructions for winged eyeliner, arresting red lips, foolproof tanning, simple updos, sexy-second-day hair, and much, much more . . .
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An Accommodating Spouse
An Accommodating Spouse Elizabeth Jolley
This is vintage Jolley, filled with quiet wit and keen observations of human relationships and their frailties.
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An Open Swimmer
An Open Swimmer Tim Winton
An Open Swimmer, winner of the Australian Vogel Award, is the remarkable first novel by Tim Winton, one of Australia's most loved and respected writers.
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