Hurtling towards its inevitable and tragic conclusion, Deborah Snow draws us into a vortex of police missteps, extraordinary bravery and profound grief to reveal what happened during that awful day.

Siege - The Powerful and Uncompromising Story of What Happened Inside the Lindt Cafe and Why the Police Response Went So Tragically Wrong

Meet the Kings of the Road. These are the cars that drove Australia - the greatest, bravest, most iconic and inspired vehicles in our history.Every one of them has a story to tell. From the first car manufactured in Australia to the 'beast'... read more

Kings of the Road - 50 Cars That Drove Australia

The most informative guide to the capital, Canberra secrets unlocks the city's heart and soul.

Canberra Secrets - Your Key to the Capital

Antipodes: In Search of the Southern Continent is a new history of an ancient geography. It reassesses the evidence for why Europeans believed a massive southern continent existed, and why they advocated for its discovery. When ships were eq... read more

Antipodes : In Search of the Southern Continent

What a Time to be Alive: That and other lies in the 2016 campaign is the ugly and un-sanitised diary behind the curtain of the double dissolution election campaign. A poll fought between two wildly ambitious men who want t... read more

What a Time to be Alive: That and Other Lies in the 2016 Campaign


 Australian Non-Fiction

From Andrew Chapman, the best-selling author of Woolsheds, comes a stunning new photographic book exploring the world around the sheds - the shearers, the roustabouts, the dogs, the dunnies and the sheds themselves. On his photographic odyssey, Andrew Chapman takes us o... read more

Around the Sheds

The Wisdom of Oz presents the finest pearls of wisdom from Australians of all walks of life - from politicians to actors, journalists to sportspeople, bushrangers to businessmen. An aphorism worthy of its name requires truth, surprise and concision. In... read more

Wisdom of Oz: Australian Aphorisms

Welcome to the world of university academics, where the Academic Hunger Games, fuelled by precarious employment conditions, is the new reality - a perpetual jostle for short-term contracts and the occasional plum job. But Inger Mewb... read more

How to be an Academic: The Thesis Whisperer Reveals All

"The True Blue Guide to Australian Slang Australians are known for their informality and laid-back nature and this is reflected in the liberal use of colourful and amusing slang. The True Blue Guide to Australian Slang is an A-Z journey through the... read more

True Blue Guide to Australian Slang


 Australian Non-Fiction

Cavemen tamed fire then they tamed animals, wild ancestors of the domestic breeds that have been with us ever since. From the city beggar sharing a blanket with a bull terrier to oil-sheiks breeding Arabian horses, humans are suckers for animals. Writers are not immune. Le... read more

Man and Beast


 Australian Non-Fiction

Outback Governesses is collection of eye-opening stories about fourteen governesses who drop in, Mary Poppins-like, to educate children in Australia's remotest rural areas and in return receive a bush education of their own...From the School of the Air to vast outbac... read more

Outback Governesses

What is it really like in Australia’s high country?  Matthew Higgins traces the mountain experience in a rich variety of ways. Firstly he talks of his own times in the alps as a bushwalker, cross-country skier, historian, and o... read more

Bold Horizon: High-Country Place, People and Story