This month Scribe is publishing a great mix of local and international titles.
All That I Remember About Dean Cola is a haunting new novel by Australian author Tania Chandler: a compelling portrait of mental illness, memory, and strength. In Rewilding the Urban Soul, Claire Dunn explores the wild in the city, swimming in the brown waters of the Yarra River and foraging for undomesticated food in the suburbs. The Ghost in the Garden, by Jude Piesse, is an account of Charles Darwin’s forgotten childhood garden — an exploration of memory, family, and the legacy of genius. In So Tell Me About the Last Time You Had Sex, renowned sex therapist and bestselling author of She Comes First, Ian Kerner, shares the program he has used to help thousands of couples achieve greater intimacy. King Richard is a riveting account of the crucial moments when the Watergate conspiracy consumed, and ultimately toppled, Richard Nixon. The Union of Synchronised Swimmers, by award-winning Finnish author Cristina Sandu, is a deeply moving story about six women trapped behind the Iron Curtain, who dare to dream of escape.
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