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Perth author’s debut is a romance about a drifter and rural roots with a nod to family, says William Yeoman

James Foley spins a yarn about a girl inventor and her robotic sibling, writes William Yeoman

Major World War II events inspired an important new Anita Heiss yarn she’s taking on tour, finds Amanda Ellis.

Muggles are braving cold, wind and rain to grab a copy of the latest Harry Potter book, writes Amanda Ellis.

Tess Woods is taking her cautionary story of lust at first sight on tour, writes Amanda Ellis.

Liz Byrski’s latest novel celebrates getting old and getting on with it, writes William Yeoman.

Poetry readings, literary festivals and instore events provide a winter feast for WA booklovers.

The 2016 WA Premier’s Book Awards People’s Choice shortlist showcases the best of the best.

Bestselling WA author Liz Byrski finds the difference between a person’s 60s and 70s profound.

The New Norcia Writers Festival returns and a new book club series continues, writers William Yeoman.

Obituaries from the The West Australian’s archives moving tribute to the departed, writes William Yeoman.

Very recent books on politics, here and in Britain, will satisfy — or disturb — readers, writes Amanda Ellis

A ship’s waiter is now a multimedia innovator with 8000 videos and a memoir, writes William Yeoman.

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