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Sea Fever: From First Date to First Mate

by Angela Meyer

A love story, a modern escape fantasy and a funny, sharp, observant page-turner of a read.How is it that someone who gets seasick and loves her two showers a day attempted to sail across the Pacific in a small...


Wednesday's Child

by Val Bird

Entertaining, sad, funny, thought-provoking, this is a novel based on the life of an exceptional man, who happened to be intellectually handicapped.Inspired by the life of the author's intellectually handicapped...


The Kindness of Strangers: Kitchen Memoirs

by Shonagh Koea

A memoir - with recipes - from a well-loved writer with a unique and quirky take on life.Looking back over her varied life in a range of roles, including daughter, wife, mother, journalist and novelist, Shonagh...


Book Book

by Fiona Farrell

An evocative and moving mix of memoir and fiction from an award-winning novelist. As war is waged in the Middle East, a woman in New Zealand has her nose in a book. Kate is immersed in other battles, engrossed...


At the End of Darwin Road: A Memoir

by Fiona Kidman

An evocative memoir about the emergence of a pre-eminent writer in a changing world'What I have to tell is largely a personal narrative about how I came to inhabit a fictional world' This absorbing memoir explores...


The Larnachs

by Owen Marshall

Based on a real love triangle, this fascinating novel is by one of New Zealand's most-loved respected authors.'Dougie's story and mine is not told in the history of William Larnach. It is our private journey,...


The Turquoise Ledge: A Memoir

by Leslie Marmon Silko

Profound reflections on family and the natural world-from the legendary Native American author.

With the publication of Ceremony in 1978, Leslie Marmon Silko established herself as a storyteller of unique power...


The Hungry Heart: Journeys With William Colenso

by Peter Wells

Shortlisted for the NZ Post Award this fascinating, innovative biography is of a true original and significant figure in NZ's early colonisation."I love doubters: of a truly honest doubter I have great hope."...


Lucky Legs: What I've Learned About Winning and Losing

by Steve Gurney

The keys to success in a motivational autobiography by New Zealand's top multisport athlete.Steve Gurney is an exceptional athlete. He has been in 19 of the epic Coast to Coast races in a row, and he has won...


A Long Road to Progress: Dispatches from a Kiwi Commander in Afghanistan

by Richard Hall

Fascinating dispatches from a Kiwi Commander in Afghanistan. As Commander of the New Zealand troops in the Bamiyan Province of Afghanistan, Colonel Richard Hall gained a unique insight into the lives of Kiwi...


The Captive Wife

by Fiona Kidman

A prize-winning historical novel that has become a New Zealand classic.When Betty Guard steps ashore in Sydney, in 1834, she meets with a heroine's welcome. Her survival during a four-month kidnapping ordeal...


Surf For Your Life

by Tim Baker & Mick Fanning

An inspirational tale of overcoming the odds to become world champMick Fanning might only be 28 but he already knows how a lot of things feel that most of us never will. How does it feel to lose a brother? Win...


Salvation Creek: An Unexpected Life

by Susan Duncan

Susan Duncan's bestselling memoir about starting again and risking everything to find the only thing you need.At 44 Susan Duncan appeared to have it all. Editor of two of Australia's top selling women's magazines,...


The House At Salvation Creek

by Susan Duncan

The wonderful second memoir from Susan Duncan, which picks up where Salvation Creek ended.Continuing the story of Susan Duncan's bestselling and much-loved memoir, Salvation Creek, The House picks up after Bob...


Straight Shooter

by Matthew Lloyd

Matthew Lloyd is destined to be remembered as one of the AFL's greatest full-forwards. This is the updated and revised edition of his bestselling autobiography.Matthew Lloyd at his peak was a goal kicking machine...


One Way Road: The Autobiography of Robbie McEwen

by Robbie McEwen & Ed Pickering

The autobiography of three time Tour de France Green Jersey winner.Professional road cyclist Robbie McEwen will do whatever it takes to win on a bike. He is proud of his reputation as a 'competitive little bugger'...


Brett Lee - My Life

by Brett Lee & James Knight

The much anticipated autobiography of one of cricket's greatest fast bowlers.Brett Lee is known throughout the cricketing world as one of the fastest and most exciting pace bowlers to play the game. Intimidating...


I Am Always With You

by Philip Temple

Based on real events in Germany, this vividly told and deeply moving novel tells of one woman's love for a fellow artist, her struggle to survive the war and her desperation to keep alive the spirit of creativity....


Legend: From Electric Fences to Global Success: The Sir William Gallagher Story

by Paul Goldsmith

The story of New Zealand's most successful exporter and its head, Bill Gallagher, who built on the invention of an electric fence to make the company a world leader in its field.New Zealanders are always being...


Long Loop Home: A Memoir

by Peter Wells

A prize-winning memoir, a tender evocation of a world, a place and a time.Born in 1950 to sporting parents and sharing his brother's homosexuality, Peter Wells decided at the age of eleven that his family could...