Books

No Time For Fear

No Time For Fear

Paul de Gelder chased adventure wherever he could find it, from his wild ride as a hoodlum teen and his drug-and-alcohol fuelled stint working in a strip club to hauling his way up to the elite echelons of the defence …

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Nocturne

Nocturne

She closed her eyes and listened to the forbidden Chopin nocturne … its magic hung in the air. It is Warsaw, 1939, and Elz′unia is an indulged teenager who longs for a heroic life filled with romance. But the outbreak …

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Not a Cloud in the Sky

Not a Cloud in the Sky

Come Fly with Bird, meet Cloud, and find a friendship as big as the sky.

From award-winning author and illustrator Emma Quay…

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Not Your Average Nurse

Not Your Average Nurse

To a young girl the life of a student nurse sounds exciting, but with long hours and short shrift it’s never easy. So when Maggie Groff defies her parents’ wishes and embarks as a student nurse at London’s King’s College …

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Not Your Ordinary Housewife

Not Your Ordinary Housewife

In this extraordinary memoir, Nikki vividly recounts her intriguing past with emotional honesty and great insight.  Leading a double life as a mother of three small children

Nikki Stern found herself in a world she never imagined.  Descending into the …

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Old Friends, New Friends

Old Friends, New Friends

FROM THE BESTSELLING CREATORS OF FIRST DAY AND WHEN I GROW UP

A brand-new school year! I can’t wait!

Hang on … None of my old friends are in my new class ……

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On The Road With Kids

On The Road With Kids

John Ahern has a high-flying job, a big house, a loving wife and two great kids. But if this is success, why does he sense he is failing as a husband and father?

So John does something insane. He blows …

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One Door Too Many

One Door Too Many

This is the true story of the police shooting of David Gundy and the shooting of young police officer, Allan McQueen. The death of David Gundy triggered widespread prejudice and bitterness in the community and was analysed intensely by both …

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One Step

One Step

At 15, Dylan is struggling. He’s struggling with his explosive acne that has declared war on his face, struggling with his pushy younger sister, struggling with his nagging mum and her lame and misguided attempts to ‘connect’ with him, struggling …

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Outback Heart

Outback Heart

Joanne van Os was just 22 when she met Rod Ansell. At 23 Rod was already a legend, having survived alone for two months without supplies in one of the harshest parts of northern Australia. To Joanne, Rod was a …

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Outback Heroines

Outback Heroines

Horse-whipping, crocodile-hunting and single-handedly changing an 80-kilo flat tyre on a road train in 40-degree heat…there is nothing these modern-day outback women can’t do.

But when it comes to hardship and heartbreak, they’ve endured far more than their fair share. …

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Outback Spirit

Outback Spirit

In the great Outback traditions of mateship, resilience and generosity comes stories of ordinary people who, against seemingly insurmountable odds, help out those who inhabit Australia’s vast untamed frontiers. Inspiring, stirring and touching by turn, these people draw on enormous …

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Outback Sunset

Outback Sunset

When English actress Vanessa Forsythe falls in love with Bren Selby, her life changes forever. Not only does she have to adjust to life as mistress of Amaroo Downs, a remote cattle station in Western Australia, but she must establish …

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Overseas War Brides

Overseas War Brides: Stories from the women who followed their hearts to Australia

Here are the stories of the girls who took on an adventure into the unknown. After whirlwind courtships, weekend weddings and long sea voyages they arrived in an unfamiliar landscape. This is an important social record capturing the essence of

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Pain-Free Living

Pain-Free Living

The Pain-Free Living Diet, which is suitable for sufferers of both osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis, is based on a simple fisherman’s diet of fish, rice, bread and fresh herbs and vegetables.…

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Palace of Tears

Palace of Tears

Angie loved Mr Fox’s magnificent, absurd hotel. In fact, it was her one true great love. But … today Angie was so cross, so fed up with everybody and everything, she would probably cheer if a wave of fire swept

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Paper Bags & Dreams

Paper Bags & Dreams

Edie, a young Aboriginal girl, and Anglo-Australian Maggie live in a small country town, and their friendship is tested when Maggie leaves school. Edie and her younger brother Matty live with their grandparents, and so far have escaped the big …

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Paper Cranes

Paper Cranes

Cheryl Koenig’s life changed forever the day her twelve-year-old son Jonathon was involved in a horrific car accident. Given little chance of survival, Jonathan was in a coma for six weeks and doctors predicted that even if he did pull …

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Paper Daisies

Paper Daisies

As 1900 draws to a close, Berylda Jones, having completed her university exams for entry to medicine is heading home to Bathurst for Christmas. Tragically, ‘home’ is where she and her beloved sister Greta live in terror, under the control …

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Paper Planes

Paper Planes

One paper plane flies straight and fast and true. Dylan’s.

Twelve-year-old Dylan Webber lives in outback Western Australia in a small country town. When he discovers he has a talent for folding and flying paper planes, Dylan begins a journey …

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