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Iceland has been voted the safest place to live in the world, however Icelandic crime writers ignore these statistics, says book reviewer ANNA CREER.
"I am grateful to my fans and readers around the world for their unwavering support," Britney Spears says after the release of her memoir "The Woman In Me".
Book reviewer COLIN STEELE writes of a biography and an autobiography that reflect a riches-to-rags tale and a rags-to-riches story.
Six finalists, all non-fiction, have been shortlisted for the 2023 ACT Book of the Year Award from 38 eligible nominations received for books published in 2022.
Book reviewer ANNA CREER writes of two thrillers that take old characters into new adventures.
Canberra author Patrick Mullins has won the $80,000 fellowship for non-fiction writing from the Copyright Agency, it was announced on Thursday.
COLIN STEELE reviews three new memoirs by authors impacted at the loss of their mothers when they were children.
Book reviewer ANNA CREER finds herself drawn to murder and crime on the South Australian coast...
Sukhraj Singh, 41, wanted to write a book for Australia, to show his link to both of the countries he calls home, reports LILY PASS.
"The story behind Dirty Janes, which opened in Canberra in 2020, in the format of the Bowral multi-stall holder original, is a fascinating one," writes reviewer COLIN STEELE.
ANNA CREER reviews two new books; one of crime in Venice, the other an imagined history when Somerset Maugham visited Penang.
Canberra comic artist Jon Sommariva is one half of the duo that has won the Children’s Book Council of Australia's “Older Readers Book of the Year”.
Canberra man, Muhammad Arif, the passenger who forced an international flight to return to Sydney due to alleged bomb threats, will remain behind bars awaiting a mental health assessment.
Well-known identity in the Canberra arts community, David Whitbread has just been shortlisted in a national design award for his latest book, “The Design Manual.”
COLIN STEELE reviews two books based on famous faces – Alan Rickman's diaries and a biography of Noel Coward.
Author James Page (aka Canberran Warren Page) is better known in London as the author of “A Slaver’s Tide” than he is locally as a writer from Waramanga.
ANNA CREER reviews a couple of crime novels with wildly different approaches to a common theme written by two Australian women authors, one established the other on debut.
A lawyer and mother of four has won the prestigious Miles Franklin literary award with a novel she didn't think would be published in Australia.
In his first review for "CityNews" COLIN STEELE journeys through a new book about stupidity by comedian Mikey Robins.