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Year of the Comets: A Journey from Sadness to the Stars

by Jan DeBlieu

On the clearest nights in the darkest places you can see as many as two thousand stars. On what scaffolding are they hung? Jan DeBlieu began to wonder. Her husband had become enveloped in a depression of his...


Bruce Springsteen FAQ: All That's Left to Know About the Boss

Jake Hanna: The Rhythm and Wit of a Swinging Jazz Drummer

by Maria Judge

(Meredith Music Resource). This colorful memoir of the great jazz drummer and witty storyteller recounts his life story and career through tributes, recollections and anecdotes many of them his own hilarious...


All the Rage: The Life of an NFL Renegade

by Charles Haley

One of the most unpredictable players in professional sports unleashes his strong views on everything--the NFL in general, the teams he's played on, the coaches he's played for, and the players he's played with....


A Radical Life

by Russel Ward

A memoir from the influential and controversial historian of The Australian Legend


The Missing Heir: The autobiography of Kylie Tennant

by Kylie Tennant

A vivid, vital telling of Kylie Tennant's life


A Story of Seven Summers: Life in the Nuns' House

by Hilary Burden

From London journalist to owner of the historic, ramshackle Nun's Cottage and two alpacas (named Jack and Kerouac) and providore of local produce, this is Hilary Burden's journey.


Ride: From Ultra-Cycling Rookie to Racing Across America

by Josh Kench

How a pretty unfit, very ordinary bloke became an ultra-endurance cyclist and undertook one of the great feats of human endurance.


A Private Life: Fragments, memories, friends

by Michael Kirby

A collection of reminiscences that reveal the private Michael Kirby, opening up as never before in a beautifully written, reflective and generous memoir.


My Droving Days: Life on the Long Paddock

by Peter Moore & Shirley Moore

A long vanished world comes to life through the reminiscences of a former long-distance drover.


Fit, Fifty and Fired Up

by Nigel Marsh

From the internationally bestselling author of Fat, Forty and Fired this funny, thought-provoking memoir will make you laugh - and want to make the most of your life.


Running to Extremes

by Lisa Tamati

Lisa Tamati takes on some of the world's most extreme ultra-races - an inspiring look at the reality of a long-distance runner.


Doctor Hugh: My Life with Animals

by Hugh Wirth & Anne Crawford

Australia's iconic vet and RSPCA president gives a frank and lively account of the pets and animal welfare issues that have shaped his life.


Disturbing Element

by Xavier Herbert

Often comic, often tragic, Disturbing Element is the story of an Australian literary legend written in his own classic style.


The Seven Rivers: A Lifetime of Fly-Fishing in Australia and New Zealand

by Douglas Stewart

The classic account of fly-fishing in Australia and New Zealand. As Stewart makes clear, fishing is about much more than fish.


Inside Outside: Life Between Two Worlds

by Andrew Riemer

Andrew Riemer's masterful account of the changes in Australian society in the years after World War II, as experienced by the author and his family after leaving Hungary.


Hammers Over the Anvil

by Alan Marshall

A string of vignettes and short stories of life in a Victorian country township, told in the voice of the author as a boy.


The Habsburg Cafe

by Andrew Riemer

Andrew Riemer's return to the heartland of the Habsburg empire - Austria and Hungary - in 1991, having left there at the age of 10 in 1946.


Norman Lindsay: A Personal Memoir

by Douglas Stewart

Douglas Stewart's record of thirty years' close friendship with Australia's most controversial artist.


Fighter Pilot: MIS-Adventures Beyond the Sound Barrier with an Australian Top Gun

by Mac 'Serge' Tucker

Sit down and strap yourself in for an exhilarating ride to the sound barrier and beyond with a real life Topgun!