In this continuation of "The Last Hours", Lady Anne has done her utmost to protect her community but food is running low and the Black Death continues to spread.
Book 7 in the Shardlake series sees Matthew Shardlake, Sergeant-at-Law, take up his law robes and investigate murder and mayhem again in the year 1549.
Intimidation is a history of what became known as The Sheffield Outrages of the mid-19th century in Sheffield, England.
A book aimed at educating today’s children on the brave women who became pilots in World War 2 despite little or no recognition.
A fascinating culinary history of one of Australia’s iconic foods, taking us around Australia, New Zealand and England, through recipe books, family treasures, letters to and from soldiers in WWI, photographs and anecdotes to discover the origins of our iconic Anzac biscuit.
A pregnant Estella leaves her unfaithful, bankrupt husband in 1950s London to take a job as a vet in the remote and quirky South Australian outpost of Kangaroo Crossing.
As the 30th anniversary of a murder approaches, an old child gang reunite, triggered by a letter each has received with a piece of chalk, and a drawing of a stick figure.
Denzel, a young man who can see ghosts, is courted by a secret ghost hunting organisation for his skills after being attacked by paranormal beings.
In the summer of 1348, the Lady Anne of the Manor of Develish goes against the church to try to isolate and save villages from an outbreak of the Black Death.
As several characters reveal events to Mr Jones, an intricate mind-game unfolds which includes legal proceedings, country gossip & extraterrestrial occurrences.
Through verse and imagery, take take a stroll over bridges and under cloisters, following Venetian locals and visitors as they pass through centuries.
The autobiography of a self-taught forgerer who fooled experts for decades with this forgeries of watercolour paintings, sculptures and ancient ornaments.
An award-winning collection of short stories about people who are often struggling in some way – with melancholy, disappointment, relationships, illness or fear.
This is a story you're going to want to read. Oh, and it's going to save you money.
The British Film Festival has announced it's 2016 program, including 19 premieres, classic restorations, and a spotlight on pioneering director Ken Loach.
Phillipa Gregory's historical novel set in 16th Century Europe where three sisters will grow up to become the queens of Scotland, France and England.
When the Royals are in town they get treated to some of the very best wine that our state has to offer...
Black Sabbath fans go crazy! The End, their farewell tour is making its way to Adelaide. Rock on
The heart of the Riverbank Precinct will be transformed into a football fan zone – but with activities for everyone – as part of three huge days of celebrations for Adelaide’s biggest sporting weekend when Liverpool Football Club comes to town.
Australia may be co-hosting the Cricket World Cup, but Adelaide is about to stage its own international cricket tournament, to celebrate cultural diversity.