What's the best gift for Father's Day? A book, of course! Here's what we'll be giving our dads this year.
This little book is jam-packed full of letters from some of Australia's most notable personalities to their dads. It's by turns heartfelt, serious, funny and poignant. Every copy sold also contributes to cancer research, so it's the gift that keeps on giving. For bonus points, I'm planning to include my own letter to Dad tucked inside the inside cover.
--Chloe Barber-Hancock, Marketing Executive
A new book. A new series. Two new heroes. What more could you possibly ask for?! Good Girl, Bad Girl is the new thriller from Michael Robotham and once again he’s raised the bar and written his best book to date. Cyrus Haven and Evie Cormac are two of the most compelling duos I’ve come across in crime fiction, the more I read about them the more I care about and start to worry about what the hell kind of twist “Mastermind of Crime” Michael will come up with next. It’s a total page-turner with characters you care about and want to know more about, the best kind of thriller to lose yourself in. When Dad’s done reading it, make him share it with you!
--Tom Saras, Brand Manager
This globetrotting, tech-espionage thriller with an intelligent, take-no-prisoners heroine at its helm will have my Dad burning through the pages. It's a no-brainer!
--Louise McClean, Campaign Manager
Does your dad sit on the couch and fall asleep as soon as his butt hits the cushion? Do you continuously buy him sports bios only to have them pile up on his bedside table? All you need is a face-paced thriller to hold dad’s attention and The Chain is the perfect match. Within the first three (short) chapters, a child is kidnapped and the protagonist has to kidnap another child to keep theirs safe. Easy premise, exciting read. Worth staying up past 9pm for.
--Sarah Holmes, Marketing Executive
Action, dogs, and heroism – this book is a Father’s Day shoe-in! My Dad often loves to read action thrillers, and I think this amazing memoir will really entice him. It’s really pacey and full of extraordinary stories about Sergeant Luke Warburton and of course, his faithful pooch, Chuck.
--Kelly Jenkins, Campaign Manager