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Non-Fiction

The Husband Poisoner – Secret Sydney History

Shocking real-life stories of murderous women who used rat poison to rid themselves of husbands and other inconvenient family members. For readers of compelling history and true crime, from critically acclaimed author Tanya Bretherton. After World War II, Sydney experienced a crime wave that was chillingly calculated. Discontent mixed with…
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Biographies, Autobiographies and Memoirs

The Mind Of A Murderer – A true crime essential read

'Whodunnit' doesn't matter so much, not to a forensic psychiatrist. We're more interested in the 'why'.  In his 26 years in the field, Richard Taylor has worked on well over a hundred murder cases, with victims and perpetrators from all walks of life. In this fascinating memoir, Taylor draws on…
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Coffee Table Books

Accidentally Wes Anderson – stunning coffee table book!

"Pastel colours, front-on facades, hyper-stylized uncanny symmetry: director Wes Anderson has a defined aesthetic. Once you've got your eye in, you can see it account, @AccidentallyWesAnderson, has found favour with an 'engaged group of explorers with a keen eye,' who send him thousands of submissions every week." The Guardian A visual…
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New Releases and Bookworm News

The Midlife Method – Staying healthy after 40

'A quick, interesting read, I just can't help thinking it would have been better printed in a different book format' - Duffy An evidence-based, healthy weight loss plan for the over 40s which provides clear dietary advice, recipes and meal plans, all grounded in best nutritional practice. In The Midlife Method, food…
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New Releases and Bookworm News

Reasonable Doubt – A jarring look at Australia’s criminal justice system

'The good, bad and downright rotten parts of Australia's criminal justice system are put on trial by Dr Xanthé Mallett. With her clear-eyed logic and objectivity, this compelling book identifies reasonable doubts which must keep prosecutors and defence lawyers awake at night.' Hedley Thomas, host of the Teacher's Pet podcast  (more…)
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