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  • Ruth Park's life was rich in experience and achievement. Writing was at the core of her being and her work continues to delight new readers. A Fence Around The Cuckoo is a passionate and often funny of the people and places of her early years. An isolated childhood in the rainforests of New Zealand and the bitter years of the Depression exposed her to poverty and injustice before she entered the world of journalism, her marriage to D'Arcy Niland and a new life in Sydney. Fishing In The Styx is a candid portrait of this marriage and industrious literary partnership, but most of all a  heartfelt account of a writing life.

  • A collection of short stories that illustrate, with quiet humour and deep insight, life in small rural Australian towns and life on the land. Here are all the follies, feuds, festivities and tragedies, written with a keen sense of character and unforgettable portraits in their pathos, absurdity and courage. Stories include: Prayers for Rain; Two Stacks of Hay; Uncle's Career; The Miss Carters; Three Bad Boys; Aunt Emily Stands Guard and many more.

  • Book 14 in The Tale of the Eternal Champion. Three stories: Count Brass, The Champion of Garathorn and The Quest for Tanelorn. As both hero and heroine, the Eternal Champion must test the limits of reality, trade illusion for more illusion, all in a desperate bid to regain a lost love and come at last to the fabled city of tranquility, Tanelorn.  But first the avatars of the Champion - Elric, Corum, Hawkmoon, Erekose and others must pool their strength and swords, their wisdom and courage in order to bring about the Conjunction of the Million Spheres, the most mighty change in the order of the multiverse.
  • A selection of short fantasy stories including: Daughter of Regals; Mythological Beast; The Lady in White; Animal Lover; Unworthy of the Angel; The Conqueror Worm; Ser Visal's Tale.
  • This volume contains: The Cavern of Fear; The  Isle of Illusion and The Shadowlands. The Shadow Lord's evil tyranny over Deltora  has ended. He and his sorcerous creatures have been driven back over the mountains. But thousands of Deltorans are still imprisoned as slaves in the Shadowlands, the Enemy's own terrifying domain. Leif, Barda and Jasmine must find a weapon powerful enough to defeat the Shadow Lord on his own ground, if they are to carry out a rescue. According to Legend, the only thing the Shadow Lord fears is the fabled Pirran Pipe. But dos the mysterious Pipe still exist? Will the companions ave the courage needed to find it? Will its ancient magic still prevail against the Enemy's sorcery?
  • 14 Dark chillers from the master of horror:  Includes: The Death of Jack Hamilton, a story from the days of gangsters and Prohibition; Lunch at the Gotham Cafe - a troubled couple have a lunch date with a lawyer and get more than they bargained for; 1408 - bizarre and horrible goings-on in a motel room; The Road Virus Heads North - a painting by an artist who committed suicide roars to life - and ten more helpings of horror.

  • A selection of shorts including the fable Frogs and Scientists in print here for the first time.  The other stories include: Rat Race; Dragon in the Sea; Cease Fire; A Matter of Traces; Try to Remember; The Tactful Saboteur; The Road to Dune; By the Book; Seed Stock; Murder Will In; Passage for Piano; Death of a City. With fabulous illustrations and cover art by Jim Burns.
  • All in one volume: Spy Hook, Spy Line and Spy Sinker.
  • Book VIII of the Gor: Chronicles of Counter-Earth. Three beautiful women were keys to Tarl Cabot's career on Gor, also known as Counter-Earth.  Talena, his former queen; Elizabeth, his former comrade in two of his greatest exploits and Verna, haughty chief of the untamed Panther Women of the Northern forests.  This volume reveals the fate of these three as Tarl ventures into the wilderness to pit his skill against the brutal cunning of Gorean outlaws and enemy warriors.