Books - Non Fiction

I Belong to No One

I Belong to No One

A teenager in the 1970s, Gwen Wilson grew up in Western Sydney. It was a tough childhood. Illegitimate, fatherless – her mother in and out of psychiatric hospitals; it would have been easy for anyone to despair and give up. …

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I Kept on Dancing

I Kept on Dancing

For a spirited young woman living in war torn Nazi Germany, life is anything but normal. Confronted with devastation, terror and distrust, Olga Geddes learns to live only for the moment, cherishing the things that matter most – home, family, …

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I'm Hungry, Daddy

I’m Hungry, Daddy

As a boy growing up in during the Depression, Cliff Nichols watched alcohol rob his mother of her hope, her beauty, her life. And he vowed he’d never touch a drop.

Until one night, at the age of nineteen, he …

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Immigrants and Spies: My father, my memories

Immigrants and Spies: My father, my memories

Immigrants and Spies: my father, my  memories is the story of Noel W. Lamidey, who in 1946 was sent to London by the Chifley Government to establish Australia’s Migration Scheme.

It describes the trials and tribulations he had in establishing …

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In the Middle of Nowhere

In the Middle of Nowhere

Now a bestselling Australian classic, In the Middle of Nowhere is the amazing story of an incredible woman and her love affair with the big, born-and-bred cattleman John Underwood.

It is a story of beating the odds, of the power …

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In Your Face: The life and times of Billy 'The Texan' Longley

In Your Face: The life and times of Billy ‘The Texan’ Longley

Billy ‘The Texan Longley was a member of the Painters and Dockers Union and one of the most feared men on the docks during the 1960s and 1970s. He is an old-time villain from an era when men lived by …

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Inside Their Minds

Inside Their Minds

Working with a leading Australian forensic psychologist, investigative journalist Rochelle Jackson takes us deep into the minds of eight notorious criminals: Martin Bryant, Karen Ellis, Ivan Milat, Peter Burgess, Brenden Abbott, Kathleen Folbigg, Matthew Wales and Carl Williams. She examines …

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Intuitive Mothering

Intuitive Mothering

This valuable resource uncovers the natural joy of motherhood and helps you ‘tune in’ to the instincts you were designed to use, leaving unnatural and unnecessary dogma and doctrine behind. Here, you can find the answers that work for you …

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It couldn't happen to me...but it did

It couldn’t happen to me…but it did

Ever wanted to know how it feels to be attacked by a croc, win Tattslotto, die and come back to life or be brainwashed by a cult? This is a collection of the most gripping, horrifying, funny and bizarre true …

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It Will Get Better – Finding your way through teen issues

It Will Get Better – Finding your way through teen issues

In It Will Get Better, Melinda Hutchings draws on her own experiences and those of many teens who speak openly about their own issues – everything from Family break-ups and troubles friends, to cutting, cyber-bullying and experiencing the death …

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It's All Good

It’s All Good

This memoir of the friendship and motorcycle trip of a lifetime goes from the poignant to the comically ridiculous, as Andrew and his best mate Ray take the ultimate drifters’ tour across the US. But Ray dies in a workplace …

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JFK: The Smoking Gun

JFK: The Smoking Gun

Lee Harvey Oswald was caught. But did he fire the fatal bullet? Who really killed JFK?

Fifty years after the tragic events in Dallas, JFK: The Smoking Gun solves the ultimate cold case.

With the forensic eye of a highly …

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Joe’s Milk Bar & Fruit Shop

Joe’s Milk Bar & Fruit Shop

Leaving the small village of Fossa in Italy in 1939 to meet a father he barely remembered in a place that was far from everything he knew, fifteen-year-old Annibale Boccabella arrived in Australia determined to make a go of it. …

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Justice

Justice

The once beautiful land of Hightspall is being carved up by warring armies led by figures from out of legend. One army is headed by the charismatic brute, Axil Grandys, and the other by Lyf, resurrected sorcerer-king and Axil’s ancient …

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Justice Denied

Justice Denied

In this tell-all book, discover how the justice system works and why, at times, the innocent are convicted and the guilty set free.

Bill Hosking looks back at his career as a criminal barrister in a candid account of his …

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KamaSEAtra - Secrets of Sex in the Sea

KamaSEAtra – Secrets of Sex in the Sea

You though your love life was complicated? Be thankful you’re not a fish…

Imagine having to wait three days for your lover to get undressed, being devoured in the throes of ecstasy, or chased across the vast ocean by a …

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Killing Love

Killing Love

This powerful, unforgettable and uplifting story is one part wrenching family memoir, and one part inspirational journey towards healing and forgiveness – but most of all, it’s an unputdownable journey through one family’s tragedy and how they refused to let …

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Kumar’s Family Cookbook

Kumar’s Family Cookbook

At the request of his sons, Kumar Pereira created beautifully handwritten and illustrated recipes for them to cook from while he and his wife were away from home. Kumar’s Family Cookbook collects these recipes for family meals, together with their …

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Labour of Love

Labour of Love

Shannon Garner met and married the man of her dreams, had two gorgeous children and lived an idyllic life on the New South Wales coast. So why did she decide one day to pursue altruistic surrogacy? And what made her …

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The Lebanese Cookbook

Lebanese Cooking

This is the first authentic and comprehensive book of Lebanese cookery ever published outside of Lebanon. The cookbook consists of 150 recipes handed down from mother to daughter for many generation. But Lebanese Cooking is more than just a cookbook. …

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