The ever-popular Nora Roberts keeps top spot for the second successive week.
On Monday February 13 1978 a bomb hidden in a garbage bin exploded as it was emptied into the back of a garbage truck, killing three people outside the Hilton Hotel, where inside some of the most powerful world leaders were meeting.
A Twitter feed parodying E.L. James Fifty Shades of Grey trilogy and celebrating geeks across the world has amassed a following of more than 220,000.
You can't entirely judge a book by its cover, but you can judge a book cover.
How I Met my Son: A Story of Love that Transcends Gender is about "a bunch of schmucks from Queensland, and one of us happens to be transgender".
Will Prince's memoir ever see the light of day?
The winner of the coveted Vogel's Literary Award - which launched the careers of Tim Winton, Kate Grenville and Gillian Mears - has been announced.
Starlee Kine and PJ Vogt shot to podcasting fame last year and are bringing their compelling stories to Australia.
The critics mauled his Queen stage musical when it opened, but it continues to draw the crowds. And Ben Elton isn't done yet.
The time is 1946 and in inner-city Sydney a critical housing shortage, impoverishment, post-war trauma and lawlessness have created a ferment of chaos and danger.
Helen Garner's new collection on non-fiction has hit top spot in the independent bookshop charts.
You get the sense in The Senility of Vladimir P that Putin would find the novel's singular blackness easy to spin.
The prejudices and blinkers of the characters' upbringing are challenged by the cruel reality of the Blitz.
Literary news and events in Canberra.
The geek girl made cool is ultra-familiar terrain.
This is competent commercial fiction that creates a stark sense of place and incorporates a range of social issues.
The Prince of Wales became the Prince of Denmark as he joined acting royalty on stage to mark the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare's death.
Few novels feature them, and even fewer narrate the story.
J.K. Rowling visits London set of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child and urges its creators to not give away its secrets.
Marwa Al-Sabouni's book is part record of the conflict, part memoir and part philosophical meditation on the nature of architecture and aesthetics in response to war.
Catherine Hamlin's memoir incorporates a portrait of Ethiopia from the post-war era, through coup and civil war, until now, is evocative and sometimes dramatic.
With exemplary skill the editors have collected and framed with highly readable, illuminating commentaries the only self-portrait Iris Murdoch will have.
Swedish author Jonas Jonasson borrows God for his latest comedy caper.
Hugo Race, who has made 20 albums with a wide variety of styles and influences, takes the reader on a 31-year road trip.