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Books & Book Reviews
A major new work of history, written by Cambridge art historian Thomas de Wesselow and published globally this week, explains the birth of Christianity for the first time.
When everyone is lying, who can you trust? This tense gripping thriller is The Secret History for the young adult set!
Few Kiwis have packed as much in to their lives as Penny Whiting - destined for a life at sea, 2012 marks her 45th anniversary of teaching sailing and at age 62 she is showing no signs of slowing down.
Denis Robinson has compiled a moving tribute to Christchurch with a collection of paintings of the city as it was before the devastating earthquakes of 2010 and 2011.
More yarns from 'Big Al' Lester, the modern-day master of the hunting genre.
Be inspired to cook delicious meals any day of the week with Food in a Minute: Everyday Cookbook.
One of Henderson's Boys has been taken prisoner! The fifth adventure in the Henderson's Boys series: find out how CHERUB began!
Sweet Feast is just that - a veritable feast of award-winning food writer Julie Biuso's favourite and most popular dessert recipes.
The sparkling new novel from bestselling author Erica James. At 30, Katie Lavender thinks she is better than most when it comes to dealing with life's surprises.