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When Our Jack Went to War

by Sandy McKay

A powerful and moving YA story about two brothers, one of whom goes off to fight in World War One.It’s 1917 and Jack enlists. And although 13-year-old Tom is envious of his elder brother, he soon changes his...


The Treaty: Every New Zealander's Guide to the Treaty of Waitangi

by Marcia Stenson

A clear and concise explanation of the Treaty of Waitangi for everyday readers.This book covers the history of the Treaty - from the events leading up to the signing, the signing and the Maori and English versions...


Holocaust Tours

by Julian Novitz

Holocaust Tours is funny, fierce and unafraid: a first novel that questions what history means to us now.Taking time out in the UK, Daniel meets Anita. Getting involved with her means getting involved with her...


March to the Sound of the Guns

by Ray Grover

Acclaimed novel about New Zealand at the Western Front in World War One.During World War I New Zealand shipped one hundred thousand young men halfway round the world to fight at Gallipoli and the Western Front....


Tupaia: The Remarkable Story of Captain Cook's Polynesian Navigator

by Joan Druett

The remarkable story of Tupaia, Captain Cook's Polynesian navigator. Winner of NZ Post 2012 Best General Non-fiction Book Award. 'We are often told what great navigators ancient Polynesians were but we've seldom...


River of Blood: Tales of the Waiatoto

by John Breen

Epic adventures, survival and tragedy in New Zealand's own 'Wild West' frontier, the Waiatoto Valley.Deep into the heart of the Waiatoto Valley on the savage West Coast is New Zealand's own Wild West: a place...


The Windsor Conspiracy

by Mike Ponder

Is Prince Charles really a Windsor? Was the Queen Mother an evil manipulator? This fast-paced thiller is based on a conspiracy behind Britain’s Royal Family.Has the monarchy’s lust for power gone too far?...


The August Gales: The Tragic Loss of Fishing Schooners in the North Atlantic 1926 and 1927

by Gerald Hallowell

Three different fishing communities, three different countries, but in their pursuit of fish on the banks they would have much in common, including the terrors of the North Atlantic storms. The August Gales...


From Old Hollywood to New Brunswick: Memories of a Wonderful Life

by Charles Foster

Imagine receiving a mysterious invitation from Charlie Chaplin, doing jigsaw puzzles with Marilyn Monroe, having a heart-to-heart with Jack Kennedy, or being kissed by Greta Garbo. All of these and more are...


First Victory

by Mike Carlton

HMAS Sydney's hunt for the German raider, Emden. When the ships of the new Royal Australian Navy made their grand entry into Sydney Harbour in October 1913, a young nation was at peace. Under a year later Australia...


Mistaken Identity: The Trials of Joe Windred

by Stephen Dando-Collins

Another extraordinary true Australian tale discovered by the bestselling author of Crack Hardy, Stephen Dando-Collins. Mistaken identity haunted Joseph Windred. It saw him wrongly convicted on two continents...


Mawson: And the Ice Men of the Heroic Age: Scott, Shackleton and Amundsen

by Peter FitzSimons

History comes to life with Peter FitzSimons in the story of Australia's most famous polar explorer and the giants from the heroic age of polar exploration: Scott, Amundsen and Shackleton. Sir Douglas Mawson,...


The Fighting 69th: From Ground Zero to Baghdad

by Sean Michael Flynn

One of the most celebrated units in the military for more than a century, by 1990, New York City's Fighting 69th Infantry Regiment of the Army National Guard was scarcely fit for duty. Its equipment was derelict,...


Shoot Straight, You Bastards!: The Truth Behind the Killing of 'Breaker' Morant

by Nick Bleszynski

A fascinating insight into Breaker Morant and the question of morality and human life. The question of "The Breaker's" innocence is still being fiercely debated more than a century after Lieutenant Harry Morant...


You'll Never Take Me Alive

by Nick Bleszynski

A classic tale of betrayal, injustice and vengeance from the roaring days of the Victorian gold rush. 'I'm not a criminal. I've been driven to this life ... I was held for a month in gaol, an innocent man. While...


Tears On My Pillow: Australian Nurses In Vietnam

by Narelle Biedermann

"Don't forget your cotton underwear, girls!" Most books that look at the involvement of Australians in the Vietnam War rarely allude to the role of nurses. But war and nursing are unequivocally linked. A total...


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...


The Horse in Australia

by Fiona Carruthers

A beautiful and comprehensive book on horses. From Phar Lap to Makybe Diva, Garryowen to Picasso, and Our Solo to Peppermint Grove, Australians adore their horses. Be it a pony club mount, an Australian Stock...


Back on the Wool Track

by Michelle Grattan

An intimate and eye-opening account of Michelle Grattan's travels through 'the wool track' of western New South Wales In Back On The Wool Track, Michelle Grattan traces the footsteps of pre- eminent journalist...


Bloodlust

by Nick Bleszynski

The Unsavoury Tale of Alexander Pearce - The Convict Cannibal. Powerful and relentless, the hunger pursues you like a wild beast without respite. You can resist it for hours, even days, but it eventually overwhelms...