THUY ON The story of sexual disease in World War 1 Australian troops is told in The Secrets of the Anzacs, reviewed in brief by Thuy On.
Review: Outline by Rachel Cusk
Books that changed me: Fiona McIntosh
Fiona McIntosh was born in England, spent her childhood in West Africa and lives in Adelaide but prefers to write in the solitude of southern Tasmania. After a career in the travel industry, she writes full-time. Nightingale, her 28th novel for adults, is published by Michael Joseph.
Wychwood: one of the world's most magical gardens in Tasmania
Book reviews: The Beat Goes On, Poisoned Ground, Missing
REVIEWER: JEFF POPPLE Jeff Popple searches out three of the latest and best crime fiction.
Matthew Reilly back to his best with The Great Zoo of China
KAREN HARDY A book about a zoo has long been simmering in the fertile mind of Australia's high-octane action writer.
Stella Young's letter to herself at 80 years old
STELLA YOUNG I learned the truth at 17. That I was not wrong for the world I live in.
Michel Faber on the writing of his final novel
ALEXANDRA ALTER Michael Faber's new novel, which he says will be his last, was informed by the knowledge that his partner Eva was dying.
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