Books - Non Fiction

The Mindful Entrepreneur

The Mindful Entrepreneur

Struggling with cash flow? Slow growth? Slim profits? No time? Stress? Lack of fulfilment?

Chronicling the true story of one entrepreneur’s journey, The Mindful Entrepreneur provides a raw, brutally honest account of how to transform the frustrations, pain and struggles …

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The Poison Principle

The Poison Principle

Winner of the NSW Premier’s Literary Award, and now an Australian classic

When Dr William Macbeth poisoned two of his sons in 1927, his wife and sister hid the murders in the intensely private realm of family secrets. Macbeth behaved …

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The Promise

The Promise

When Gazin Najim met Ra’ad Said at university in Baghdad, she knew she had found the love of her life. A traditional Iraqi wedding and the arrival of their two children made their happiness complete. But then Saddam Hussein came …

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The Raw Scent of Vanilla

The Raw Scent of Vanilla

The women of the Bresciani family turned to the wisdom of the Amazon jungle in their need and followed the messages of their dreams. In another land, decades later, Emilia Bresciani, a successful journalist at 33, became the only suspect …

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The Road Back Home

The Road Back Home

The extraordinary true story of one woman’s tumultuous, painful and, above all, courageous journey through life. Set against the backdrop of Kings Cross in the 1960s, this is a gripping tale that is deeply moving and, at times, profoundly shocking, …

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The Scent of A Crime

The Scent of A Crime

As Detective Superintendent in charge of Operations at the Criminal Investigations Branch, Ron Stephenson was responsible for the investigation of all major crime in New South Wales.  In The Scent of a Crime, Ron relives some of those investigations.  …

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The Smallest Things

The Smallest Things

As a journalist, Angela Mollard never left home without her passport, contact lenses and a spare pair of knickers in case she had to drop everything and fly overseas for a story.

But then she had a baby, which was …

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The Spirit of Australia

The Spirit of Australia

This is a positive thinking book for the whole country! A celebration of everything Australian, this little book is an inspirational guide for the nation, which shows how people can make a difference – to themselves, their community and their …

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The Ties that Bind

The Ties that Bind

Six well known Australians embark on the journey of a lifetime as they travel to their family’s country of origin, most for the first time and with a parent or grandparent who had given up hope of ever returning home.…

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The Truth About Lies

The Truth About Lies

Who lies more easily – men or women? Why does anyone lie in the first place? How can you tell? What do you look for? The Truth About Lies will help you separate fact from fiction; help you tell who’s …

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The Washerwoman’s Dream

A beloved Australian outback classic

The epic true story of the indomitable Winifred Steger and her extraordinary life in 19th century outback Australia.

Winifred Steger travelled to Australia with her father in the 1880s when he took up a land …

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The Wind in My Hair

The Wind in My Hair

It was at the foot of Victoria’s majestic Mount Arapiles that Brigitte Muir first conceived the dream to climb the highest mountain on each continent. It was a dream she fell slave to for nine years, and a dream that …

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Tibooburra

Tibooburra

When journalist Julietta Jameson, a true city slicker, recently ventured to the country NSW town of Tibooburra to experience living in an isolated country town, her perceptions and expectations were quickly shattered. This book gets to the heart of what …

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TJ - The Midas Man

TJ – The Midas Man

TJ – The Midas Man is the compelling story of a true-blue Aussie battler, Tommy Smith, who climbed to the top on sheer ability and became the world’s most successful horse trainer. If ever a book breathed the stuff of …

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To Hell And Back - The banned account of Gallipoli by Sydney Loch

To Hell And Back – The banned account of Gallipoli by Sydney Loch

As a young soldier on the battlefields of Gallipoli, Sydney Loch witnessed the horrors of war first-hand. On his return to Australia, he wrote an account of all he saw, describing his work as a ‘novel’ to evade censorship. As …

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Touched by the Devil

Touched by the Devil

They are the most warped, troubled people on the planet. Their sinister machinations are a mystery to everyone but themselves. And yet these twisted individuals have infiltrated the highest echelons of our society. This book shows how…

In this unique …

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Tour to Hell - Convict Australia's Great Escape Myths

Tour to Hell – Convict Australia’s Great Escape Myths

All colonies are built on dreams – and imagination was the only real freedom enjoyed by convicts brutally transported to Australia in the early days of white settlement. The first book-length account of a little-known aspect of Australian history, Tour

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Tunnel Rats

Tunnel Rats

They were young, they were Australian, they were Army engineers and they were the first allied soldiers to risk their lives in the darkness of the Vietcong tunnels of South Vietnam. Thrilling, inspiring and action packed, this is the true …

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Tunnel Rats vs The Taliban

Tunnel Rats vs The Taliban

They were young, they were tough and they were everywhere. They were both the backyard builders and the frontline troops in Australia’s war against the Taliban.

This is the powerful story of the sappers, the Army engineers in Afghanistan whose …

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Under Siege

Under Siege

Belinda Neil lived and breathed her high-octane job. She relished her roles as a homicide investigator and hostage negotiator with the NSW police force, but she never knew what her work day might bring.

She could be investigating brutal murders …

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