Results for General Fiction + Novels + Dealing with Loss + Contemporary, set in Australia & Pacific

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  • A Million Things
    Emily Spurr
    Paperback: 08/24/2021
     
    Winner of the 2021 BookBrowse Debut Award

    A soaring, heartfelt debut following fifty-five days in the life ...
  • Edie Richter is Not Alone
    Rebecca Handler
    Hardcover: 03/09/2021
     
    Funny, acerbic Edie Richter is moving with her husband from San Francisco to Perth, Australia.
  • The Lost Man
    Jane Harper
    Paperback: 12/31/2019
     
    Two brothers meet in the remote Australian outback when the third brother is found dead, in this stunning new ...
  • Paint Your Wife
    Lloyd Jones
    Paperback: 03/15/2016
     
    Paint Your Wife is a colorful, sensual novel, brimming with rich stories and even richer characters.
  • A Little Wanting Song
    Cath Crowley
    Paperback: 10/11/2011
     
    Told in alternating voices and filled with music, friendship, and romance, A Little Wanting Song is about the ...
  • The Spare Room: A Novel
    Helen Garner
    Paperback: 02/02/2010
     
    A powerful, witty, and taut novel about a complex friendship between two women—one dying, the other ...

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