Allen & Unwin

The Burial

By Courtney Collins - Published 2013Published 2014

Genres:

LiteraryMystery/Crime

This is a strange book, not least because the narrator is a newborn baby who dies in the first chapter. This is Magical ...Read Review

Infamy

By Lenny Bartulin - Published 2013

Genres:

AdventureLiterary

It’s 1830. William Burr is recovering from injuries after his latest skirmish chasing mahogany pirates in British Honduras when he receives a request ...Read Review

Utopian Man

By Lisa Lang - Published 2012

Genres:

Biographical Fiction

Lang’s award-winning debut is a delight, as a novel, as biography, and as history. Based on the life of Edward Cole, Utopian ...Read Review

Currawalli Street

By Christopher Morgan - Published 2012

Genres:

Saga

Currawalli Street is an average rural Australian street.  It has orderly numbered homes with normal people who uniquely blend into this harsh world ...Read Review

The Sacrifice

By Bruce Mutard - Published 2012

Genres:

In the hot Australian summer of 1939, young factory manager Robert Wells and his friends are still trying to work their way out of ...Read Review

A Prayer for Blue Delaney

By Kirsty Murray - Published 2007

Genres:

Children/Young Adult

1950s Australia. Colm McCabe is one of thousands of children torn from their families in the U.K. and sent ‘for their own ...Read Review

Little People

By Jane Sullivan - Published 2012

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This is a Gothic novel set in Australia. Unbelievable! –Australia must be the least Gothic country on earth, but here it is. The ...Read Review

Australians: Eureka to the Diggers

By Thomas Keneally - Published 2012

Genres:

Nonfiction

This is the second part of a two-part history of a nation which began as a British colony. Keneally is a writer of ...Read Review

Fire & Song: The Story of Luis de Carvajal and the Mexican Inquisition

By Anna Lanyon - Published 2011

Genres:

Nonfiction

One thinks of the Inquisition as a European phenomenon, but as Anna Lanyon shows in this highly readable account of events in late 16...Read Review

Deception

By Michael Meehan - Published 2010

Genres:

Saga

In this many-layered story, Meehan (The Salt of Broken Tears) takes the reader from the Paris of the French Revolution to the protests ...Read Review