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It Is No Secret

by Donna Meehan

At the age of five, Donna Meehan was taken away from her natural family and sent to a foster family in Newcastle. In It is No Secret, Donna reflects back on her childhood memories of living in the bush with...


Craft For A Dry Lake

by Kim Mahood

Winner of the NSW Premier's Literary Awards Douglas Stewart Prize for Non-fiction,The Age Book of the Year Award for Non-fiction, The Dobbie Prize for Best First Book. A lyrical memoir from a first-time author...


Broken Song

by Barry Hill

The biography of T. G. H. Strehlow and Aboriginal possession.'A group of men. chanting with the enthusiasm that made them forget age & weakness & becoming young again in spirit.the rising and falling of the...


Good Man Hunting

by Jacinta Tynan

A funny, honest and revealing account of a thirty-something woman who has it all - except a good man to spend the rest of her life with. I designed my first wedding when I was seven... Pirate Pete was just a...


Dingo: The Story of Our Mob

by Sally Dingo

The story of one of Australia's most loved film and television personalities.The Dingo family history follows the formula of any self-respecting soap opera. It's full of life, death, laughter, violence, struggle,...


Bronte's Story: Tears, Trials and Triumphs: A Personal Battle with Anorexia

by Bronte Cullis & Steve Bibb

Tears, trials and triumphs: a personal journey through anorexiaBronte Cullis was the Melbourne teenager whose battle with anorexia captured the hearts of Australians in a series of stories and documentaries...


Lopsided: A Memoir

by Meredith Norton

By the age of thirty -four , Meredith Norton had been a hymnal editor, art restorer, game-show producer, and a public school teacher. She'd even lived in a tree house and shepherded goats in Minorca. But none...


Sheilas, Wogs and Poofters

by Johnny Warren

A Fascinating account of a great sporting life and an insider's look at the byzantine world of soccer politics. The essential Australian story of the World Game - Bob CarrJohnny Warren received an MBE (1973),...


Battle Lines: Australian Artists at War

by Scott Bevan

For as long as Australians have been serving in wars, the victories and losses, battles and faces have been recorded by artists.What is it like to be an artist in war? How does the experience of war change artists...


A Pasty-Faced Nothing

by Mike Munro

The surprising and inspiring story of Mike Munro - from a heartbreaking childhood to longed-for family happiness far from the demands of fame.Mum was always telling me: 'You'll never amount to anything because...


Broken Open

by Craig Hamilton & Neil Jameson

The true story of how ABC broadcaster Craig Hamilton stared down his demons to survive a mental breakdown.Broken Open is the story of ABC sports broadcaster Craig Hamilton and how, on the eve of the biggest...


A Tuesday Thing

by Kate Shayler

The heartwarming sequel to The Long Way Home.In The Long Way Home, a secure and idyllic childhood is brought to an abrupt end when Kate's mother dies. Aged four, Kate is placed by her father into the Burnside...


Saving Jessie

by Imogen Clark

Nothing could prepare Imogen Clark for the shock of discovering that her daughter was a heroin addict."I discovered that my daughter was a heroin addict at 7.25 pm on Tuesday, February 13, 1996... I'm not very...


They Called Him Boy

by Peter Fenton

Andrew 'Boy' Charlton is one of our all-time greatest swimming champions.With a Foreword by Grant Hackett. Andrew 'Boy' Charlton set his first world record as a school boy. He became an Olympic and World Champion...


The Long Way Home

by Kate Shayler

'Australia's own Frank McCourt!' Sally Loane, ABC RadioThis is an important story that has long been neglected. We are familiar with stories of the stolen generation and the British child migrants, but there...


The Words Inside

by Emmah Money

Emmah is young and beautiful, with the world at her feet. She is also a true survivor ...Emmah Money's life story is a remarkable one. During a night out, an acquaintance noted Emmah's resemblance to some friends...


The Thirty-Six

by Siegmund Siegreich

Do I believe in the Thirty-Six? I believe in miracles.Sigi had just turned 15 and was living a carefree life in Poland when WWII was declared. Within days, Germany crossed the Polish border and randomly, to...


I Am the Voice Left from Rehab

by James Freud

The life of a rock star to the brink of death and back - and there again - the most shockingly honest account of alcoholism you will ever read.'I have performed for royalty, dined with Superman, stood on a stage...


Delinquent Angel

by Diana Georgeff

'[Georgeff's] superb biography is . . . an important addition to the history of our literature and our understanding of its human genesis and cost.' - Kathy Hunt, Bulletin Shelton Lea was born secretly, and...


A Grand Passion

by Anne de Lisle

A joyful, page-turning tale of a love affair between a woman, a man . . . and the stately ruin they transformed into a home.She rescued a house, then the house rescued her . . .When Anne, a divorced author suffering...