Books - Non Fiction

Bear with Me

Bear With Me

This little book is the perfect antidote to silly worries and everyday stress. It carries an uplifting message that is delightful read through, or dipped into, and is accompanied by heart-warming images of teddy bears.…

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Behind Closed Doors

Behind Closed Doors

Four children by her father.
Thirty years of horrific sexual abuse.

In March 2009, Joseph Fritzl was sentenced to life in jail for the systematic imprisonment, torture and rape of his daughter Elisabeth over 24 years, fathering seven children. The …

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Being Shot

Being Shot

My ear tracked the sound … the slow roll of rubber on blue metal, the stealthy crunching undergrowth sound of something prowling.

At the age of seventeen, Gail Bell was shot in the back. Coming home from evening class later …

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Bessie's Body Secrets

Bessie’s Body Secrets

This is an easy to read step by set guide on how to give up wheat and gluten without upsetting your lifestyle. It includes over 20 original fool-proof recipes for the busy girl, lists of restaurants Australia wide that serve …

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Bessie's Guide for Girls Who Want More from Life

Bessie’s Guide for Girls Who Want More from Life

Best-selling author and media personality Bessie Bardot gives all the steps, tips and encouragement needed to take control of your life – from beating fear and failure to getting into shape and dressing to show off your success.

“I only …

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Better Birth: The Definitive Guide to Childbirth

Better Birth: The Definitive Guide to Childbirth

Many women believe that birth is painful and something that has to be ‘endured’. They tell of horror stories in hospital, of last-minute surgical intervention and alienation from their own bodies. This book, supported by the Australian College of Midwives, …

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Beyond Bad

Beyond Bad

Beyond Bad is the shocking true story of Katherine Knight, the first Australian woman to be sentenced to serve out her life in prison. Her crime – the ritual slaying and skinning of her de facto husband for a cannibal …

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Blood Ties

Blood Ties

In Australia, an astonishing 80% of homicides are committed by someone related to the victim or within their close family circle. But why do people kill those close to them, and how do these killings affect the family circle – …

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Blue Ribbons, Bitter Bread

Blue Ribbons, Bitter Bread: The Life of Joice Nankivell Loch

A compelling and best selling biography of the remarkable Joice Loch. Born in 1887 on a cane plantation in Queensland, Loch is Australia’s most decorated woman. For decades Loch helped save thousands of refugees in war-torn Europe from starvation and …

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Born to Fly

Born to Fly

When Ryan Campbell was six, he fell in love with aeroplanes. Inspired by his first flight, and his uncle and grandfather two where both aviators, flying was a passion that dominated his childhood.

It was no surprise to his family …

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Bound By Blood

Bound By Blood

Three victims and three perpetrators—all bound by blood. What would drive an 18-year-old youth to bash, dismember and mutilate the body of a former lord mayor of Wollongong? Suter Linton tracks the connections between this murder and two others in …

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Bristow: Last of the Hard Men

Bristow: Last of the Hard Men

Tim Bristow. A legend. They called him Earthquake. The Enforcer. Bruiser Bristow. The toughest private eye in the world. Bristow’s beat was the mean streets of Sydney. Ruthless and tough as tungsten, he could also be compassionate, helping the underdog …

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Call Me Sasha

Call Me Sasha

At just fifteen years old, Geena had no choice but to leave home.

Without an education or any real options, she found herself being lured into the sex industry by the promise of big money and the validation of strangers. …

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Casting Couch Confidential

Casting Couch Confidential

The good, the bad and the ugly business of the beautiful people. An insider’s view of the glamorous, cut-throat modelling industry from the former management team of Bardot’s Bodies modelling agency. These are confessions from the fast lane: out-of-control shoots, …

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Cecilia

Cecilia

At only seventeen, Cecilia Cahill joined the Sisters of Mercy and started life as Sister Mary Scholastica. Following a breakdown, some years later, she decided to renounce her vows and leave the convent forever. This book is tesimony to the …

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Christmas Island, Indian Ocean

Christmas Island, Indian Ocean

One morning in August 2001, Julietta Jameson heard an ABC radio interview with Captain Don O’Donnell, the harbour master of Christmas Island. He was describing the moving send-off the islanders had given the Tampa – the Norwegian freighter that had …

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Coming Home, Rediscovering our sacred selves

Coming Home, Rediscovering Our Sacred Selves

A wonderfully warm introduction to ways to embrace life’s adventure and nurture yourself, this gem of a book is now out in A format – and in your nearest bookshop.…

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Complete Vegetarian Cookbook

Complete Vegetarian Cookbook

In this completely updated edition, Charmaine shares 600 delicious recipes from all over the world including India, the Middle East, Asia and the West. Whether you favour French, Greek, Italian, Lebanese, Indian or Asian, or a combination of dishes from …

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Confessions of a Reformed Dieter

Confessions of a Reformed Dieter

A must-read for every woman who has ever tried to lose weight and failed, AJ Rochester offers her own unique recipe for success – from someone who looked like the last of the lost causes.…

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Conrad Martens on the Beagle and in Australia

Conrad Martens on the Beagle and in Australia

Australia’s first professional artist. Covers Marten’s early years in England, his period as official artist on the Beagle, his visits to Tahiti and New Zealand and his painting tours.…

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