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EL­E­VA­TOR PITCH Lin­wood Bar­clay $32.99

When the doors close he’s got you. Pul­sat­ing with ten­sion, El­e­va­tor Pitch is a riv­et­ing tale of psy­cho­log­i­cal sus­pense that is all too plau­si­ble … and it will chill read­ers to the bone. Stephen King sums it up: “You should read El­e­va­tor Pitch by Lin­wood Bar­clay as soon as pos­si­ble. It’s one hell of a sus­pense novel.”

SIN­GLE THREAD Tracy Che­va­lier $35

It is 1932 and the losses of the First World War are still keenly felt. Vi­o­let Speed­well, mourn­ing for her fi­ance and re­garded by so­ci­ety as a “sur­plus woman”, re­solves to strike out alone. A new life awaits her in Winch­ester. As the threat of a sec­ond Great War ap­pears on the hori­zon, Vi­o­let col­lects a few se­crets that could change ev­ery­thing.

FUNNY KID NEXT LEVEL Matt Stan­ton $2.99

Funny Kid is the mega-best­selling se­ries from au­tho­ril­lus­tra­tor Matt Stan­ton that’s got ev­ery­one laugh­ing. In this lat­est ad­ven­ture, cre­ated es­pe­cially for Aus­tralian Read­ing Hour on Sep­tem­ber 19, a new video game has thrown Red­hill Mid­dle School into chaos. Will Max get the screen time he needs to dom­i­nate?

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