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THE SEVEN SKINS OF ESTHER WILDING
HOLLY RINGLAND, $32.99
From the international bestselling author of The Lost Flowers of Alice Hart comes a haunting and magical story about joy, grief, courage and transformation. When Esther Wilding's beloved older sister Aura disappears, Esther's family struggles to live with the loss. Esther travels from Tasmania to Copenhagen to the Faroe Islands seeking the truth.
BEFORE THE COFFEE GETS COLD
TOSHIKAZU KAWAGUCHI, $19.99
In this novel, we meet four visitors to a cafe in a small back alley in Tokyo, where carefully brewed coffee has been served for more than 100 years. Each of the visitors is here in the hope of making use of the cafe's time-travelling offer but their journeys into the past do not come without risks ... they must return to the cafe before the coffee gets cold.
NO PLAN B
LEE CHILD AND ANDREW CHILD, $32.99
The unputdownable new 2022 Jack Reacher thriller from the No. 1 bestselling authors. According to Stephen King, Jack Reacher is "the coolest continuing series character", and in this novel Reacher follows the killer of a woman, only to discover that it was not a random act of violence but part of something much bigger.
THE SUPERPOWER TRANSFORMATION
EDITED BY ROSS GARNAUT, $34.99
Economist Garnaut explored Australia's potential to become an economic superpower of the post-carbon world in his bestselling book Superpower. In his new offering, he turns that idea into a practical plan for reshaping our nation and meeting the objectives set at the Paris and Glasgow climate conferences, and counts the growing cost of not doing so.
SEEING OTHER PEOPLE
DIANA REID, $32.99
In her new novel, the Sydney-based bestselling author of Love & Virtue, Diana Reid, brings us the story of sisters Eleanor and Charlie who, after two years of lockdowns, are ready to pursue their dreams. First, though, they have to work out what it is they truly want and where the line is between self-love and selfishness.
PRINCIPLES FOR NAVIGATING BIG DEBT CRISES
RAY DALIO, $70
US-based investor and entrepreneur Dalio shares his template for how debt crises work and the principles to deal with them well - a template that allowed his firm, Bridgewater Associates, to anticipate events of the 2008 financial crisis and produce significant positive returns while others lost badly.
THE LIGHT WE CARRY
MICHELLE OBAMA, $39.99
In her inspiring follow-up to her memoir Becoming, Obama shares practical wisdom and powerful strategies for staying hopeful and balanced in today's highly uncertain world. She considers questions such as: how do we build enduring and honest relationships; what do we do when it all starts to feel like too much; and how can we discover strength and community inside our differences?
RECIPETIN EATS DINNER
NAGI MAEHASHI, $44.99
Her popular online food site, RecipeTin Eats, launched in 2014 and quickly became one of the most widely visited in Australia. Now, Maehashi has produced her first cookbook, featuring new and favourite recipes. With this by your side, you'll never again need to grapple with the question: what shall I cook for dinner tonight?
THE COMPLETE TRIP IN A VAN: GUIDE TO AUSTRALIA
BEC AND JUSTIN LORRIMER, $49.99
Here's your chance to plan the trip of the lifetime with expert advice and a full itinerary from the Lorrimers, who set off seven years ago to explore this vast country with their three children. They've since covered tens of thousands of kilometres and circumnavigated Australia in their caravan four times.
CHRIS HAMMER, $32.99
Not happy about being assigned a decades-old murder in her home town, detective Nell Buchanan soon discovers it is no ordinary cold case. As she starts to piece together the evidence and uncover the secrets from the past, she question how well she truly knows those closest to her. Could her own family be implicated in the crimes? A gripping, multi-layered novel.