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#NewThisMonth at QBD – March 2022

As the new month rolls around, so do BRAND-NEW BOOKS! March is no exception, and we can’t wait to talk about the new releases with you. From “The Last Station” by Nicole Alexander to “When You Get the Chance” by Emma Lord – we have listed some of our highly anticipated titles down below. Enjoy!  

“The Last Station” by Nicole Alexander

In the summer of 1909, eccentric Benjamin Dalhunty and his son Julian anxiously await the arrival of the Lady Matilda, the first paddle-steamer to navigate the river in more than two years. It will transport their very last wool clip to market. With the riverboat trade along the Darling River slowly dying, this family must fight to survive. Here, they also discover there is a cost to love.

“Ten Steps To Nanette” by Hannah Gadsby 

The memoir from Australia’s much-loved comedian, Hannah Gadsby, whose stand-up show, Nanette, played to sold-out houses in Australia, the UK and the US. Its launch on Netflix, and subsequent Emmy and Peabody wins, took Nanette (and Hannah) to the world.

“Breath Less” by Amy McCulloch

At the top of the world’s tallest mountains, there literally isn’t enough oxygen to breathe. In the space of hours your body will begin to shut down. Any longer, and death is inevitable. What better place for a serial killer to find their next victim?

“The Match” by Harlan Coben

Wilde has grown up knowing nothing of his family, and even less about his own identity. But when a match at an online ancestry database puts him on the trail of a close relative – the first family member he has ever known – he thinks he might be about to solve the mystery of who he really is. Only this relation disappears as quickly as he’s resurfaced…

“The Opera House” by Peter Fitzsimons

In this title, Peter FitzSimons captures the extraordinary stories around the Sydney Opera House that are as mesmerising as the light catching on its white sails.

“League of Liars” by Astrid Scholte

Ever since his mother was killed in a freak edem-based crime, seventeen-year-old Cayder Broduck has had one goal: to have illegal users of the magic brought to justice. When Cayder secretly accepts an apprenticeship under the city’s best public defender, he wants to learn every legal trick to dismantle defence arguments. Then he’ll be able to punish the guilty without mercy.

“When You Get The Chance” by Emma Lord

Nothing will get in the way of Millie Price’s dream to become a Broadway star. Not her lovable but super-introverted dad who doesn’t want her to leave. Not her pesky and ongoing drama club rival, Oliver. And not the “Millie Moods,” the feelings of intense emotion that threaten to overwhelm her at the most inconvenient of times. Millie needs an ally. She’s going to find her mom.

“Twelve Secrets” by Robert Gold

Ben Harper is one of the best true crime journalists in the country. But when he learns about a fresh murder case with links to his brother’s death, Ben’s life is turned upside down. Caught in a web of lies, Ben encounters one very important truth: Everyone has secrets. But some secrets are deadlier than others.

“Ninja Kid 09: Ninja Fish” by Anh Do

When tickets to an amazing new aquarium become up for grabs—Nelson and Kenny need to swim to win. However, their swimming is so bad, they belong in the kiddie pool! Can Grandma’s latest awesome invention help turn these ninja flops into ninja fish?!

“Daughters of Eve” by Nina D. Campbell

When a high-profile murder lands literally at her feet, Detective Emilia Hart sees a chance to expand her caseload. But this is no simple investigation. Another body, turns up, then another. Then more – a lot more. Soon, Hart sees something that everyone else has missed. And what that is, she cannot believe.

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