Cushla McKinney reviews Bad Blood: Secrets And Lies In A Silicon Valley Startup, by John Carreyrou. Published by Macmillan.
At first glance, The Wife (Rialto and Metro) seems a straightforward story of how barren life can be living in the shadow of a great man.
Pat Thwaites reviews Mind That Child: A Medical Memoir, by Dr Simon Rowley, published by Penguin Random House.
Cushla McKinney reviews Satire, Celebrity and Politics in Jane Austen by Jocelyn Harris, published by Bucknell University Press.
Well over 1000 children and their parents have been entertained by the antics of an author and illustrator this week.
Peter Stupples reviews Charles Brasch: Journals 1958-1973, with intro and notes by Peter Simpson. Published by Otago University Press.
David Barnes reviews Wild Sea: A History Of The Southern Ocean, by Joy McCann. Published by NewSouth Books.
Matthew James reviews Remembering The Myall Creek Massacre, edited by Jane Lydon and Lyndall Ryan. Published by NewSouth Books.
Clive Trotman reviews James Cook: The Voyages, by William Frame and Laura Walker. Published by Bateman.