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December Reading Guide

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December may be packed full of Christmas parties and events but as soon as Christmas lunch is finished we are ready for a few days off and a good book. Here are some great new reads coming out this month.

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Fancy Meeting You Here by Michelle Kalus and Ali Berg

*Editor’s Pick* Sometimes the man of your dreams is standing right in front of you, only ten years in the past. A charming and unconventional love story about trying to rewrite history.

Kill Your Brother by Jack Heath

What would you do when faced with an impossible choice? An unputdownable thriller from the bestselling author of the Hangman series.

The Russian Wife by Barry Maitland

Fraud, forgery and murder, set in the high-stakes world of fine art from crime writer, Barry Maitland.

Great Australian Mysteries by Graham Seal

Australia’s master storyteller Graham Seal brings to life the enigmas and puzzles behind famous unsolved crimes, long-held secrets, buried loot and strange phenomena.

The Freedom of Birds by Stephanie Parkyn

Two French storytellers and a runaway girl travel through fairytale lands, Italian theatres, and the battlefields of France in search of a place to belong as Napoleon’s Empire falls, from the author of Josephine’s Garden.

Once Burnt, Twice Shy by Karly Lane

From the best-selling Karly Lane comes a pitch-perfect story of rural tragedy, old flames reawakened and the meaning of home. A tribute to the Rural Fire Service and the work they selflessly do.

Being Britney by Jennifer Otter-Bickerdike

A timely and unique portrait of one of music’s most talented, troubled and talked-about modern icons, re-examining the prolific career, publicised life and continued cultural relevance of pop princess Britney Spears.

Resistance by Mara Timon

From the author of City of Spies comes another gripping espionage thriller, perfect for fans of Charlotte Philby and The Bletchley Circle.

Everything I Know about Life I Learned from Powerpoint by Russell Davies

A book about PowerPoint built out of PowerPoint – jokes, culture, politics, serious points about power and more, better, jokes.

Animal Train: Wolf Girl 6 by Anh Do

Wolf Girl and her pack are back for another hackle-raising adventure!

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