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A compelling Sydney-based thriller that will leave you on the edge of your seat; a story of women in crisis, seen through the eyes of a remarkable midwife; a hilarious and moving portrait of celebrating queerness and individuality and a delightful fantasy-adventure full of mystery and intrigue.

Winter is here, and so are our Books of the Month for June!

Black River by Matthew Spencer

FICTION BOOK OF THE MONTH
Black River
Matthew Spencer

A long, burning summer in Sydney. A young woman found murdered in the deserted grounds of an elite boarding school. A serial killer preying on victims along the banks of the Parramatta River. A city on edge.

Black River is the most compelling thriller you'll read this year.

 

Kate, Dymocks Category Manager

Kate, Dymocks Category Manager

Black River marks the arrival of a major new voice in Aussie crime fiction. You will both rip through this addictive mystery and not want it to end.”

Frontline Midwife

NON-FICTION BOOK OF THE MONTH
Frontline Midwife
Anna Kent

Anna Kent has delivered babies in war zones, caring for the most vulnerable women in the most vulnerable places in the world. At twenty-six years old, not yet a fully-trained midwife, she delivered a baby in a tropical storm by the light of a headtorch; the following year, she would be responsible for the female health of 30,000 Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh. But returning to the UK to work for the NHS, she soon learned that even at home the right to a safe birth was impossible to take for granted.

In Frontline Midwife, Kent shares her extraordinary experiences as a nurse, midwife and mother, illuminating the lives of women that are irreparably affected by compromised access to healthcare.

The Lesbiana's Guide to Catholic School

YOUNG ADULT BOOK OF THE MONTH
The Lesbiana's Guide to Catholic School
Sonora Reyes

“Sonora Reyes’ debut YA novel is a witty and playful queer coming of age tale, a story about bravery, love and self-acceptance. Reyes astutely and sensitively addresses the intersectionality of queerness, through issues of racism, immigration and mental health, meanwhile including some of the most diverse representation I have seen in YA! More than a romance, it is sure to provide comfort to queer teens who are yet hear their stories told. This is a perfect read for lovers of The Miseducation of Cameron Post, We are Okay and One Last Stop.” — Scarlett, Dymocks Sydney

Sonora Reyes' debut YA novel is a knockout-a sharply funny and incredibly moving portrait of a queer Mexican American girl learning to celebrate who she is at her very core.

Miss Mary-Kate Martin's Guide To Monsters 1

CHILDREN'S BOOK OF THE MONTH
The Wrath Of The Woolington Wyrm
Karen Foxlee, Freda Chiu

Age 8+

A delightful fantasy-adventure for younger readers from the award-winning and bestselling author of Lenny's Book of Everything and Dragon Skin, with lively line illustrations by Freda Chiu.

 

Hsu, Dymocks Category Manager

Hsu, Dymocks Category Manager

“What a delight to read! A new heartwarming, action packed thrilling mystery series! A witty young girl full of heart and a marvellous fantasy world with a touch of fire-breathing wingless dragon, this is a story by Foxlee for those who still want to believe in monsters. Needless to say, Freda Chiu has also beautifully captured all of the above with her incredibly gorgeous illustrations throughout. A must read for fans of the Magnolia Moon series.”


Our Books of the Month are available in store and online at   your local Dymocks store now.

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