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The Labyrinth
Added: Aug 10, 2020
 
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Erica Marsden's son, an artist, has been imprisoned for homicidal negligence. In a state of grief, Erica cuts off all ties to family and friends, and retreats to a quiet hamlet on the south-east coast near the prison where he is serving his sentence.

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Stars over the Southern Ocean
Added: Jul 29, 2020
 
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A sweeping Australian saga of one woman's impossible choice between family and freedom.

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The Sandpit
Added: Jul 29, 2020
 
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A sophisticated literary thriller in the vein of Le Carre and William Boyd involving the disappearance of a nuclear scientist in Oxford.

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Memories of Tasmania's West Coast - a pictorial journey of road & rail vehicles of the past
 
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Memories of Tasmania's West Coast is a pictorial journey through the construction of the West Coast road, the Great Lake road to Bronte, the Tarraleah road, and the Queenstown to Zeehan road, now all highways.

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Missing - a young architect's professional journey intersects with his missing father's tragic story
 
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Missing - a novel in which a young architect's professional journey intersects with his missing father's tragic story.

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Mount Lyell - A Century of Copper DVD
 
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The 1994 sound and light spectacular held at the mine site to mark the offical closing of the Mt Lyell Mining and Railway Company.

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My Hearts are Your Hearts - Twenty new stories and their origins
 
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These stories from one of Australia's foremost storytellers explore the mysterious workings of the heart.

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Rainbow Island Tapestry of Time
 
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Gabi opens his inheritance and is plunged into a fantastical chaotic world – the world of the Hidden. He travels through time; history collides with mythology. He means to protect his family but the heroic exploits of the Hidden face an irreconcilable threat to Rainbow Island.

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Shaw Things - Insights into Tasmanian, Australian & World Sport
 
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Insights into Tasmanian, Australian and world sport from journalist Rob Shaw.


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She Lived in Launceston - Isobel Horner of Waratah House 1868-1955
 
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From sad beginnings and a difficult nursing career Isobel Horner progressed to her own private hospital - Waratah - which she later converted to an exclusive guest house at 12 York Street, Launceston.

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Tailored Tasmania 3 - What the locals love
 
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Tailored Tasmania 3 is a Tasmanian guide book with ideas for exploring a selection of the island's feature attractions - includes places to stay and eat, activities and sites.

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Tall Ships and Cannibals - the story of Captain Richard Copping of Hobart Town
 
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The life of Captain Richard Copping is the rags to riches story of the illegitimate son of a Van Diemen's Land convict woman, who spent most of his working life at sea and rose to command some of Tasmania's most prestigious sailing ships.

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Tamar River Leads - creating a safe harbour entrance
 
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The various Tamar River ports in the north of Tasmania have been significant since the arrival of the first European settlers to Port Dalrymple in 1804. Tamar River Leads describes the various surveys carried out near the river mouth and the safety measures put in place to minimise risks to incoming and outgoing vessels.

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