This Month's Featured Books
He's the best cop they've got.
When a drug bust turns into a bloodbath it's up to Inspector Macbeth and his team to clean up the mess.
He's also an ex-drug addict with a troubled past.
This book is an illustrated look at the life, loves, fashion moments, and ultimate tragedy of one of fashion’s greatest stars.
In The Kitchen is an updated version of the beloved original 2008 cookbook of the same name.
The first nine months of Donald Trump's term were stormy, outrageous - and absolutely mesmerising.
For the vast majority of human history, power has been held by the few. `Old Power' is closed, inaccessible, and leader-driven. Once gained, it is jealously guarded, and the powerful spend it carefully, like currency.
Major Poppa, Abbie, and her little brother Flynn are on a mission at the Royal Show.
What does everyone in the modern world need to know? A renowned psychologist answers hard questions with a unique combination of ancient wisdom and clinical experience.
The rabbits are in trouble! Meet me at the land of Lost Hats. P. When Cosentino, the Grand Illusionist, receives a mysterious note, he discovers the evil two-headed King's terrible secret.
In this richly illustrated guide to French comfort food, acclaimed chef and cookbook author Stéphane Reynaud introduces us to his favorite foods to make at home.
From Australia’s favourite comedian and children’s author Peter Helliar comes the second book in his best-selling Frankie Fish series!
This lucid book should be compulsory reading for anyone who wonders how the situation on the Korean peninsula has deteriorated to the point it is today.
Hundreds of thousands of tourists pass through the city of Venice each year, eat at trattorie, and leave having dined in Venice, but not having eaten well.
In this witty, engrossing and sometimes poignant memoir, a sequel to his best-selling The Justice Game, Australia’s inimitable Geoffrey Robertson charts his progress from pimply state schoolboy to top Old Bailey barrister and thence onwar
Kitty Flanagan has been locked in an industrial freezer in Western Australia, insulted about the size of her lady parts in Singapore and borne witness to the world's most successful wife swap in suburban Sydney.
Many Jewish families continue the tradition of gathering to share a meal on Friday nights, but a new generation is changing the approach to traditional food. At the same time, the rest of the world is discovering the joys of Jewish cooking.
In June 2006, police were called to number 9 Downshire Hill in Hampstead.
There have been many biographies of Judges, and even a few barristers have published memoirs of their famous cases, but very few books written by a sitting QC. The Pursuit of Justice: My life as a lawyer, judge and social justice advocate
Food and cooking is at the heart of Jewish life. During their 2000 years of exile, Jews migrated across the world taking their culinary heritage and traditions with them.
Nelson's a nerd!
Unfit, uncool...totally awkward!
But when he wakes up on his tenth birthday, he discovers he's a NINJA! THE LAST NINJA ON EARTH!
Based on three years of extensive research and reporting, two of today's most acclaimed investigative journalists, Jeff Benedict of Sports Illustrated and eleven-time Emmy Award winner Armen Keteyian, deliver the first major biography of Tiger
Personal trainer and The Bachelor favourite Sam Wood and his team at 28 by Sam Wood have helped transform more than 100,000 people’s lives.
It's 1969 and a remote coastal town in Western Australia is poised to play a pivotal part in the moon landing. Perched on the red dunes of its outskirts looms the great Dish: a relay for messages between Apollo 11 and Houston, Texas.
Founded by Henry Dendy and JB Were in 1842, the Brighton Cricket Club is the second oldest cricket club in Victoria after the Melbourne Cricket Club.
How much will a young Parisian seamstress sacrifice to make her mark in the male-dominated world of 1940s New York fashion?
A visual Adventure, SEASONS is an experience for all who share dreams and aspirations for a more natural or rural life away from the humdrum of cities.
On 21 June 1922 Count Alexander Rostov – recipient of the Order of Saint Andrew, member of the Jockey Club, Master of the Hunt – is escorted out of the Kremlin, across Red Square and through the elegant revolving doors of the Hotel Metropol.
Boys need to know that prince charmings and brave hunters are not the only role-models
Jaxie dreads going home. His mum's dead. The old man bashes him without mercy, and he wishes he was an orphan.
But no one's ever told Jaxie Clackton to be careful what he wishes for.
An enchanting and captivating novel, about how our untold stories haunt us - and the stories we tell ourselves in order to survive.
Former FBI director James Comey shares his never-before-told experiences from some of the highest-stakes situations of his career in the past two decades of American government, exploring what good, ethical leadership looks like, and how it drives
A unique and lavishly illustrated collection of musings, anecdotes, and observations on all matters of life and style, infused with the singular candor, wit, and exuberance of the globally revered ninety-five-year-old fashion icon whose work has b
Previous Featured Books
Remarkable Racecourses is a beautifully presented collection of the world's most striking racecourses.
Fifty Places to Run Before You Die is a beautifully illustrated collection of the most exhilarating running courses in the world.
Return to the great mansions of the Western District with this book of remarkable histories and stunning photography.
The dream combination - a Michelin-starred superchef who is also a committed athlete. Gordon knows how important it is to eat well, whether you're training for a triathlon or just leading a busy active life.
Everyone in Shaker Heights was talking about it that summer: how Isabelle, the last of the Richardson children, had finally gone around the bend and burned the house down.
Lou Clark arrives in New York ready to start a new life, confident that she can embrace this new adventure and keep her relationship with Ambulance Sam alive across several thousand miles.
Eleanor Oliphant leads a simple life. She wears the same clothes to work every day, eats the same meal deal for lunch every day and buys the same two bottles of vodka to drink every weekend.
It's 1969, and holed up in a grimy tenement building in New York's Lower East Side is a travelling psychic who claims to be able to tell anyone the date they will die.
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