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bookish thoughts


Title – Author

Safran, John Depends What You Mean By Extremist : Going Rogue With Australian Deplorables

Sakr, Omar These Wild Houses

Sala, Michael The Last Thread

Sante, Luc Low Life: Lures and Snares of Old New York

Savage, Thomas The Power of the Dog

Savill, Joanna The SBS Eating Guide to Sydney

Savva, Niki The Road to Ruin : How Tony Abbott and Peta Credlin Destroyed Their Own Government

Schafer, Courtney The Whitefire Crossing

Scott, Kim Taboo

Seiffert, Rachel Boy in Winter

Seiffert, Rachel The Walk Home

Setyadharma, Erza Menagerie 7: People Like Us

Shah, Sami Fire Boy

Shallcross, Leife The beast's heart

Shanahan, Brendan Mr Snack and the Lady Water : Travel Tales from the Lost Years

Shannon, Samantha The Bone Season

Shavit, Ari My Promised Land : the Triumph and Tragedy of Israel

Shaw, Edwina Thrill Seekers

Shieff, Jen The Gentlemen's Club

Shipstead, Maggie Seating Arrangements

Shriver, Lionel Big Brother

Shteyngart, Gary Super Sad True Love Story

Sigurdardottir, Yrsa I Remember You

Silvera, Adam History is All You Left Me

Silvey, Craig Jasper Jones

Simpson, Inga Mr Wigg

Simsion, Graeme The Rosie Project

Skinner, Pat Brolga

Skrzynecki, Peter The Sparrow Garden

Slaughter, Karin Cop Town

Smaill, Anna The Chimes

Smith, Annabel Whisky Charlie Foxtrot

Smith, Fred The Dust of Uruzgan

Smith, Rupert Interlude

Smith, Tom Rob The Farm

Snoekstra, Anna Little secrets

Somper, Justin Blood Captain

Somper, Justin Tide of Terror

Somtow, S. P. The Riverrun Trilogy

Sparks, Cat Lotus Blue

Spurrier, Jo Winter Be My Shield

Stanley, Elizabeth Tyger! Tyger!

Stedman, M. L. The Light Between Oceans

Stokes, John Fire in the Afternoon

Straw, Leigh The Worst Woman in Sydney : The Life and Crimes of Kate Leigh

Subramanian, Samanth This Divided Island : Stories From the Sri Lankan War

Suri, Manil The City of Devi

Sutcliffe, Kaaren Kered's Call

Sutcliffe, Kaaren Kered's cry

Sutherland, Luke Venus as a Boy

Swan, Wayne The Good Fight : Six Years, Two Prime Ministers and Staring Down the Great Recession