Books Fiction


The unmissable new standalone from DERVLA MCTIERNAN

No one is innocent in this story …

First Rule: Make them like you.

Second Rule: Make them need you.

Third Rule: Make them pay.

They think I’m a young, idealistic law student, that I’m passionate about reforming a corrupt and brutal system.

They think I’m working hard to impress them.

They think I’m here to save an innocent man on death row.

They’re wrong. I’m going to bury him.

RRP $33.

Arts & Craft Gallery

A Room of One’s Own

Exhibition on ’til  the end of June 2021

Three artists, three rooms, recreate their room in the

Redrock Books Gallery space

Books Children Young Readers

New for younger readers

By  Lucinda Gifford

Whitney and Britney are two gorgeous chooks, Fluffy and silky with stunning good looks. Dora is perplexed about where her chooks go each night. Little does she know, they are Whitney and Britney, Chicken Divas!

Chosen for the ALIA National Simultaneous Storytime 2020 back in May

RRP $17.99 

Books Children Young Readers

Squishy Taylor … is having new adventures

Author Ailsa Wild

Sita ‘Squishy’ Taylor is a cheeky, sneaky 11-year-old who lives with her dad and step-family in a very crowded apartment. Luckily for Squishy, their building is huge – and there’s always plenty of mysteries to investigate!

Modern Family meets Harriet the Spy in this hilariously fun mystery series

$13. (AUD)  inc GST

Ailsa Wild is an acrobat, whip cracker and teaching artist who wants to run away from the circus to become a writer. Ben Wood has been illustrating kid’s books for over a decade and has worked with many Australian authors, including the likes of Margaret Wild.

Books Featured New Release

Dark Emu is in stock

1 Bestselling Dark Emu by Bruce Pascoe published by Magabala Books is in store for RRP $19.99. A vital uncovering of Australia’s true history.

Books Featured Non Fiction

2020 Stella Prize shortlist

We are pleased to stock all books in the 2020 Stella Prize shortlist. The annual prize celebrates Australian women’s writing and is a great list to inspire your next book purchase.

In her 2020 winning book, See What You Made Me Do, journalist Jess Hill shares her years of research into Australia’s national emergency of domestic violence. “Instead of asking ‘why didn’t she leave’ we should be asking ‘why did he do it'”.

Watch the video below to see Hill speak at the 2020 Prize Announcement, in an event hosted by Patricia Karvelas.