HarperCollins Australia

The Invitation

By Belinda Alexandra - Published 2018

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Writer and harpist Emma Ducasse was raised by her grandmother in Paris. Her elder sister Caroline is married to American tycoon Oliver Hopper. ...Read Review

Dressing the Dearloves

By Kelly Doust - Published 2018

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Saga

Dressing the Dearloves is Australian writer, Kelly Doust’s second novel. Author of a number of craft books on vintage clothing and a ...Read Review

Jarulan by the River

By Lily Woodhouse - Published 2017

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Matthew Fenchurch owns Jarulan, a mansion in the north of New South Wales. His wife, Min, has died, and his elder son, Llew, ...Read Review

Southern Ruby

By Belinda Alexandra - Published 2016

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This dual narrative contains the familiar trademarks of a Belinda Alexandra novel: an uncommon setting and sympathetic characters forced to make compromises because ...Read Review

Precious Things

By Kelly Doust - Published 2016

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This multi-stranded novel is more contemporary than historical, but it has several back stories that begin with a young bride in 1891 France and ...Read Review

The Anchoress

By Robin Cadwallader - Published 2015

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The medieval anchoress chose to be enclosed within a cell attached to the outer wall of a church. She willingly participated in the ...Read Review

Sapphire Skies

By Belinda Alexandra - Published 2014

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In 2000, Lily has left her home in Australia for a job in Moscow, where she hopes to build a new life after a ...Read Review

Tapestry

By Fiona McIntosh - Published 2014

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Time-slip

Tapestry is a time-slip tale set in both 1715 and 1978. When her fiancé, Will Maxwell, ends up in a coma after a run-in with ...Read Review

Little Exiles

By Robert Dinsdale - Published 2013

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Convict transportation to Australia had ceased by the 1860s, but for the next century Britain sanctioned the exportation of another kind of human ...Read Review

A Rose for the Anzac Boys

By Jackie French - Published 2008

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Children/Young Adult

It is the year 1915. Margery (Midge) Macpherson is a 17-year-old New Zealand girl attending boarding school in England while her two brothers serve ...Read Review