• Buried Country, Clinton Walker's fascinating, loving account of Aboriginal country music, in print for the first time in 15 years and finally getting its due as a groundbreaking work of music and social history.
  • The Big Whatever, the brand-new novel in Peter Doyle's award-winning crime fiction series featuring Billy Glasheen, Sydney's most irresistible crook.
  • Lost Joy, collecting Camden Joy's rants, manifestoes, and stories from the 90s – he kickstarted a new style of writing about music in fiction and criticism
  • Arthur Nersesian's neo-noir Manhattan crime novel, Gladyss of the Hunt


Our Dark Passage imprint is reissuing the novels of this Australian queen of crime, starting with Murder in the Telephone ExchangeSo Bad a Death, and Duck Season Death