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Robert Kennedy: His Life

by Evan Thomas

He was "Good Bobby," who, as his brother Ted eulogized him, "saw wrong and tried to right it . . . saw suffering and tried to heal it." And "Bad Bobby," the ruthless and manipulative bully of countless conspiracy...


Come home Charley Patton

by Ralph Lemon

A moving and imaginative memoir documenting the Civil Rights Era, contemporary southern culture, and Lemon’s private and public art practice


Moscow to Havana

by Steven Froelich & Oscar Zarate

The book is an account of Steven Froelich's trip to Russia in the Spring of 2006 which had him consuming so much alcohol and drugs that he decides to set off for Cuba. On arrival in Havana, he discovers it is...


The House of Packer: The Making of a Media Empire

by Bridget Griffen-Foley

New in paperback, the first book about the origins of the Packer millions and Australia's richest family.


Little Sister

by Moya Sayer-Jones

The comical 'autobiography' of a young girl growing up in the Australian suburbs in the sixties and seventies.


How to amputate a leg: and other ways to stay out of trouble

by Nathan Mullins

Tall tales, all true, about guns, bombs, car chases, spiders, exotic locales, men in uniform and dancing girls - with deadpan delivery and a social conscience.


My Other Wife Is a Car: Confessions of a Car Tragic

by John Wright

A light-hearted memoir of one man's obsession with cars and all things automotive.


She Played Elvis: A Pilgrimage to Graceland

by Shady Cosgrove

A quirky, funny and quietly moving memoir that tells of a road-trip that a young American immigrant undertook with her boyfriend on a pilgrimage to Graceland, travelling across America on Greyhound buses, busking...


Jack Davenport: Beaufighter Leader

by Kristen Alexander

Revealing biography of an Australian airforce hero of the Second World War who displayed great courage and integrity - both under fire and in civilian life.


Talking with Margaret Throsby

by Margaret Throsby

A collection of some of Margaret Throsby's most interesting ABC-FM interviews.


Beaver: The Steve Menzies Story

by Steve Menzies & Norman Tasker

When Steve ('Beaver') Menzies retires at the end of the 2008 League season, he may well need to have a National Trust preservation order placed on him. We may never see his like again. ;;He has never played...


Resilience

by Anne Deveson

What is it that enables some people to grow through adversity? Anne Deveson's engaging and thought-provoking exploration of this vital capacity of individuals and communities is, like her award-winning classic...


Private Don: The Man Behind the Legend of Don Bradman

by Christine Wallace

Through the window of never before seen letters, Christine Wallace reveals the private Don Bradman - troubled father, loyal friend and outspoken critic.


There's a Bear in There: (And He Wants Swedish)

by Merridy Eastman

This behind-the-scenes look at life in a brothel is a wonderfully funny tale, told with a lively sense of the absurd and a rare and forgiving understanding of human frailty.


The Life of George Bass: Surgeon and Sailor of the Enlightenment

by Miriam Estensen

A full account of the life, times and mysterious disappearance of George Bass, one of Australia's most significant maritime explorers, from the author of the highly acclaimed Discovery and The Life of Matthew...


The Big Twitch: One man, one continent, a race against time - a true story about birdwatching

by Sean Dooley

One man's quest to realise a boyhood dream and break a national record.


David Suzuki: The Autobiography

by David Suzuki

New autobiography of distinguished scientist, environmentalist and bestselling author, David Suzuki


Secret Mothers' Business: One night, eight women, no kids, no holding back

by Joanne Fedler

Based on true conversations with real women, Secret Mothers' Business is a shocking, funny, irreverent and often heartbreaking look at women, friendships and motherhood.


Kijana: The Real Story

by Jesse Martin

Ever since returning home aboard Lionheart, Jesse Martin dreamt of being out on the ocean again. This time he wanted to take a crew of his friends along for the ride. It would be a wild and daring journey of...


Balanda: My year in Arnhem Land

by Mary Ellen Jordan

Intensely remembered and evocatively told, this is the story of the year Mary Ellen Jordan spent living and working in Maningrida, an Aboriginal community in Australia's Far North.