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A warm, witty and wildly romantic read set in the sizzling south of France. When Cat Hayes impulsively marries a handsome, penniless French waiter in St Tropez, she didn't realise she'd be widowed in just a few weeks. Neither did she know that her late husband was actually Oliver Ducasse, heir to the Ducasse perfume empire.
Invited by the Ducasse family to their glamorous French mansion, Cat finds a family in chaos. What's more she's regarded with suspicion and hostility, especially by Olivier's playboy cousin Xavier. Will she run for the hills as fast as her high heels can carry her? Or will she realise that she is exactly what this mixed-up family truly needs?
About the Author
Sasha Wagstaff was born and raised in a lovely part of Essex. She had a successful career as an Assistant Vice President in a major corporate bank in London before her husband convinced her to leave and follow her dream of becoming a writer. She lives in Essex with her husband.
Perfume : The Story Of A Murderer
Patrick Suskind's Perfume follows the life of
Jean-Baptiste Grenouille, abandoned at birth in the slums of
eighteenth-century Paris, but blessed with an outstanding sense of
smell. This gift enables Jean-Baptiste to master the art of perfume
making, but one scent evades him: that of a virgin, whom he must
possess to ensure her innocence and beauty are preserved. Laced with
sense and suspense, this is a beguiling tale of lust, desire and deadly
About The Author
Patrick Suskind was born in 1949. He studied history in Munich and
was a writer for television before he wrote Perfume. His second
novel, The Pidgeon, later adapted as a play, was first staged
at teh BAC Theater in London in May 1993. His play The Double Bass
was first staged in Munich in 1981 and has since become one of the most
performed plays in Germany, Switzerland and Austria. It has also been
performed at the Edinburgh Festival and at the Royal National Theatre
in London. His novella The Story of Mr Sommer (1992) has, like Perfume,
been a huge success all over the world, and his Three Stories and a
Reflection was published in 1996. Patrick Suskind lives in Munich.
The Adolescent Country
The great crises that threaten Australia's national prosperity come from abroad. So do the grandest opportunities. But in Australian politics the big matters are commonly crowded out by the small. International policy is used for domestic point-scoring. Leaders are criticised for travelling beyond the water's edge. Measured against its potential today and its needs tomorrow, Australia is seriously underperforming. It is wasting valuable opportunities to strengthen its position and help shape the world.
Drawing on exclusive interviews with prime ministers, foreign ministers and other policy-makers, Gold Walkley awardâ€“winning journalist peter Hartcher argues Australia needs to shake off its 'provincial reflex' and become a mature player in global affairs.
About the Author
Gold Walkley award - winning journalist Peter Hartcher is currently the political and international editor of the Sydney Morning Herald. He has worked as a foreign correspondent in Tokyo and Washington, and has broken some of the biggest stories in Australian foreign policy and public life. Acknowledged as an independent, non-partisan commentator, Hartcher has appeared before parliamentary inquiries to give expert testimony on Australia's relations with Asia, and is a long-standing member of the Australian - American Leadership Dialogue. He is the author of several books and essays, including Bubble Man: Alan Greenspan and the Missing Seven Trillion Dollars, Sweet Spot: How Australia Made Its Own Luck - and Could Now Throw It All Away, To the Bitter End: The Dramatic Story Behind the Fall of John Howard and the Rise of Kevin Rudd, and The Quarterly Essay: Bipolar Nation.
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