December 2014

by australianbookreleases

Fiction

The Water Diviner – Andrew Anastasios and Meaghan Wilson-Anastasios (Pan Macmillan)

Heart’s Desire: The Bold and the Beautiful – Amy Andrews (Momentum)

Secret Confessions: Sydney Housewives – Sienna – Tamsin Baker (Escape/Harlequin)

Dangerous Love: The Bold and the Beautiful – Ros Baxter (Momentum)

The Mystery of the Venus Island Fetish – Dido Butterworth (Text)

A Touch of Frost: Frosty’s Snowmen Book 1 – Rhian Cahill (Escape/Harlequin)

The Last Pulse – Anson Cameron (Random House)

Secret Santo – Carla Caruso (Destiny/Penguin)

Shooting Butterflies – TM Clark (Harlequin)

Sunset Love: The Bold and the Beautiful – Shannon Curtis (Momentum)

Dark Desire: Dark Series 2 – Lauren Dawes (Momentum)

Eden – Candice Fox (Random House)

The Prince: The Young Royals 1 – S.A. Gordon (Momentum)

Mine to Hold: ES Siren 4 – Shona Husk (Momentum)

Paris by Heart – Nora James (Escape/Harlequin)

The Next Season – Rachael Johns (Harlequin)

12 Days at Silver Bell House – Jennie Jones (Escape/Harlequin)

Until He Met Meg – Sami Lee (Escape/Harlequin)

Bittersweet – Colleen McCullough (HarperCollins)

12 Daves of Christmas – Juliet Madison (Escape/Harlequin)

Stone Castles – Trish Morey (Pan Macmillan)

Let Down Your Hair – Fiona Price (Momentum)

A Kirribilli Christmas – Louise Reynolds (Destiny/Penguin)

Secret Confessions: Sydney Housewives – Nella – Cathleen Ross (Escape/Harlequin)

Mine to Keep: ES Siren 5 – Denise Rossetti (Momentum)

Play: Stage Dive 2 – Kylie Scott (Pan Macmillan)

Riverboat Point – Tricia Stringer (Harlequin)

The Evil Inside – Philip Taffs (Quercus/Hachette)

And Fire Falls – Peter Watt (Pan Macmillan)

Submission – Harrison Young (Jane Curry Publishing)

 

Non-fiction

Behind the Lines 2014: The Year’s Best Political Cartoons (National Museum of Australia

Shine – Samantha Armytage (Hachette)

Is That a Fact? – John Barron (ABC Books/HarperCollins)

Horses in Australia: An illustrated history – Nicolas Brasch (NewSouth)

Adelaide Remember When – Bob Byrne (NewSouth)

The Wit of Whitlam – ed. James Carleton (Melbourne University Press)

Seven Walks: Cape Leeuwin to Bundeena – Tony Carment, ph. Michael Wee (ROC/HIN)

Awaken Your Mind Open Your Heart – Daniel Chidiac (Brolga)

Total Leadfoot: Motoring backfires, burnouts, rattletraps and rarities – Tony Davis (ABC Books/HarperCollins)

Gallipoli: The Landing – Hugh Dolan, ill. Mal Gardiner (NewSouth)

Busy Little Kids – Neva Elliott (Jane Curry Publishing)

Style is Eternal – Nicole Jenkins (Melbourne University Press)

Makeup – Liz Kelsh (HarperCollins)

2015 Australasian Sky Guide – Nick Lomb (Powerhouse Publishing)

Australia Under Surveillance – Frank Moorhouse (Random House)

The Murder of Allison Baden-Clay – David Murray (Random House)

What a Croc! – NT News (Hachette)

Australia – Susan Peters (Brolga)

My Dream Kombi – Susan Redman (HarperCollins)

Marvellous Melbourne and Spiritual Power: A Christian revival and its lasting legacy – Will Renshaw (Acorn Press)

Beyond the Myth of Self-Esteem: Finding fulfilment – John Smith (Acorn Press)

Photography of The Age – Kathleen Whelan (Brolga)

Great White – James Woodford (Pan Macmillan)

Beyond Black and White: My Life in Music – Roger Woodward (HarperCollins)

 

Children’s

The Book of Horses and Unicorns – Jackie French (HarperCollins)

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