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Patting the Shark: A Surfer's Journey: Learning to Live Well with Cancer

Baker, Tim
Tim Baker was living the dream. A best-selling and award-winning surf writer with a beautiful family, a lifetime of exotic travel and a home walking distance to quality waves. That all changed on July 7, 2015, when he was diagnosed, out of the blue, with stage 4, metastatic prostate cancer. So began a descent into the debilitating world of aggressive cancer treatments and a fight for a survival as brutal as any big wave hold down.

The Redgum River Retreat

Docker, Sandie
‘Uplifting, hopeful and heart-wrenching, Docker adds another stellar novel to her repertoire… Perfect for a weekend read, this story will have you crying, smiling and ultimately feeling optimistic.’ Better Reading

The Investigators

Hill, Anthony
The Investigators is an unforgettable story of high adventure, exploration, shipwreck and survival as a young sailor comes of age.

The War Nurses

Hodgson, Anthea
Inspired by the author’s own family story, this is an unforgettable novel of enduring friendship and boundless courage, based on the shocking true events of the Bangka Island Massacre. It is both a riveting tale and an important tribute to our brave nurses who sacrificed so much during World War II.

The Cake Maker's Wish

Moon, Josephine
Life in the village isn't always sweet and simple . . . When single mum Olivia uproots her young son Darcy from their life in Tasmania for a new start in the English Cotswolds, she isn't exactly expecting a bed of roses but nor is she prepared for the challenges that life in the picturesque village throws her way.

The Jam Queens

Moon, Josephine

The Secrets of the Huon Wren

Ryn, Claire van
Set among the picturesque mountain ranges of Tasmania's Central Highlands, and moving between the 1950s and the present day, The Secrets of the Huon Wren is a lyrical and highly evocative story about two lives connected by a shared tragedy, and a universal love.