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Book One in the Denisthorn Nall series, A Place in Society introduces readers to the Crownrigg family and their servants. Follow Lord and Lady Croukerne and their daughters as their glittering lives unfold, while similarly dramatic - if plainer - dramas take place below stairs.


Third in the Bryn Awbrey series, this is another literary 
adventure which takes readers on a search in Venice for papers that once belonged to Franz Kafka. Click here to read blurb and purchase


A cultural adventure with historical tones and romantic instances fills a mysterious gap in a famous composer's life and times.

Antique jewellery, the history of music, art and philosophy embroider a story that takes place in wonderful locations.

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This novel in two parts explores tenuous connections between a man and a woman with links to a common past. From a state-run glass factory in Prague, to a present-day Melbourne suburb, two stories become one.  

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Contemporary fiction aimed at baby-boomer readers. Four siblings meet at their childhood holiday home in Italy for their mother's funeral. An emotional journey. 

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A NEW ghost historical that takes place in Malta, using existing landmarks and folklore, legends and customs that delight readers. Click here to purchase


This popular collection first appeared in 2003 under the Jacobyte Books imprint.
Enjoy a serious dose of entertaining literary fiction now.

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First in the Bryn Aubrey series, this literary thriller takes the reader on a chase. 

Discovery of a lost icon leads an art conservator to question the identity of St Luke. Who was the Evangelist, really?

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First published by Jacobyte Books in Australia in 2001, and then by BeWrite Books in 2005.

A mystery about an Australian author visiting Malta.  

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A romantic thriller largely located in Malta. Photography, art theft, and travel engage the reader from beginning to end.

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13 short stories that provide nostalgia, folklore, family anecdotes and more.  The task is to distinguish between fact and fiction.

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A collection of succulent short stories, each accompanied by a delicious recipe. From the ancient folkloric tale to the contemporary anecdote, this is a collection that resounds with lovers of literary fiction and cooks alike. 

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Nine surprising short stories with the unifying theme of difficult emotions.

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A bumper collection of published and awarded short fiction. 

Most stories located in Europe.
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Rosanne Dingli's collection of poetry, out of print for a number of years, returns to the bookstores.  90 poems   

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