Monday, June 30, 2014
Books at the Sydney Morning Herald
Megan Backhouse Councils use it, horticultural academics swear by it and it's the go-to text for environmental groups.
Lucy Sussex Two books provide in-depth investigations into controversial court cases, regarding rape and manslaughter charges.
Reviewer: PETER PIERCE Book review: Leah Cohen's work has a paradoxical cold comfort in its belief in how much should be forgiven.
Reviewer: FRANK O'SHEA Book review: The role and impact of numbers in our lives sums up this work with a difference.
Reviewer: ROBERT WILLSON Book review: A biography that is a monumental study of a great Australian who is still not fully appreciated.
Reviewer: SASHA GRISHIN Book review: Two new monographs will make a valuable contribution to 20th-century Australian art.
Meredith Blake As Under the Dome returns for a second season, Meredith Blake talks to its author Stephen King.
JASON STEGER Evie Wyld has won the Miles Franklin for her second novel, All the Birds, Singing