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The Australian Ghost Whisperer: The True Life Journey of Healings, Hauntings and Paranormal Experiences of a Gifted Psychic

by Caterina Ligato

I opened the door and could just smell the blood and gunshots. I could sense these people who were still in agony because they were caught in the moment of being shot. It was so intense that excruciating pain...'...


Swing by Sailor

by Catherine Dyson

This is a nostalgic look back at the 1940s, a fascinating insight into a unique journey taken by a group of ordinary women, a sympathetic portrait of youth and its hopes and expectations - and a reflection on...


Unsung Ordinary Men: A Generation Like No Other

by Sally Dingo

After spending over three years in the horrific prisoner-of-war camps, including those along the Thai-Burma Railway, Sally Dingo's father Max was one of the fortunate ones: he came home. And yet, like most of...


The Man Who Saw Too Much: David Brill, Combat Cameraman

by John Little

Over the past forty years David Brill has covered wars and disasters all over the world. He filmed the fall of Saigon. He was in Moscow during the collapse of communism. He has covered countless other conflicts...


The Elegant Art of Falling Apart: A Memoir

by Jessica Jones

Inspiring, unflinchingly honest, and even at times laugh out loud hilarious, THE ELEGANT ART OF FALLING APART shows us how, sometimes, we have to lose everything to understand that the moment is all we have...


On the Record: Politics, Politicians and Power

by Laurie Oakes

ON THE RECORD is a collection of the very best of Laurie Oakes' reporting over more than forty years. He is a legend in the Canberra press gallery for breaking the big stories, and asking the difficult questions....


Power Plays: The Real Stories of Australian Politics

by Laurie Oakes

Laurie Oakes is the most influential political journalist in Australia - if he says something has happened, the rest of the media (especially the Canberra Press Gallery) believe him and report it as news. He...


Just Doing My Job: Cops, Firies, Ambos. Everyday Australians With Extraordinary Stories

by James Knight

JUST DOING MY JOB is a journey into the lives of the men and women behind the uniform ? the cops, firies and ambos. It is an exploration of humanity and the human spirit. Imagine what it must be like to attend...


What to Do When You Become the Boss

by Bob Selden

This updated edition tells you what you need to know about managing in a global environment - dealing with social media, managing change, and virtual and remote teams.

Congratulations. You got the promotion ?...


Worst of Days: Inside the Black Saturday Firestorm

by Karen Kissane

Saturday, 7 February 2009. Truly the worst of days? From dawn, the bush was tinder dry, and hot winds grew and fed off the baked landscape, sucking out every last drop of moisture, whipping sparks from power...


Heart & Sold: How to Survive and Thrive in Real Estate

by Valerie Fitzgerald

Heart and Sold is an insightful journey through the emotional and tangible challenges of regaining one's personal power while building and maintaining a successful business -- regardless of the country's economic...


Laughter is the Best Medicine

by Jean-Paul Bell

You see, I'm not really a doctor. Not a medical doctor, that is. I'm something a bit more unusual. I reckon I have the best job in the whole world - I'm a clown doctor.' Jean-Paul Bell Imagine being a child...


The Real Man's Toolbox: A DIY Health Manual for Men

by Tammy Farrell

The manual every man needs to live a healthier life. Real men take care of their cars, trucks or bikes. Real men make sure their fishing rods or golf clubs are in good nick. Real men take pride in knowing the...


Small Miracles: Coping With Infertility, Miscarriage, Stillbirth and Premature Birth

by Rachel Stanfield-Porter

SMALL MIRACLES is a landmark Australian self-help book offering practical advice, inspiration and comfort for anyone coping with the loss of a baby through miscarriage, stillbirth or prematurity and related...


Australia's Worst Disasters

by Malcolm Brown

From the Ash Wednesday bushfires of 1983 to the implosion of the Royal Canberra Hospital in 1997, and from the shocking Granville railway crash in 1977 to the Sea King helicopter crash of 2005, Australia's history...


Mailman of the Birdsville Track

by Kristin Weidenbach

The truly classic Australian story of Tom Kruse - legendary mailman of the Birdsville Track.

For the people who lived in the desert between Marree and Birdsville, contact with the outside world was hard and sporadic...


The Naked Truth: A Life in Parts

by Graeme Blundell

THE NAKED TRUTH is Graeme Blundell's personal insight into the early years of truly indepedent local theatre, the wild film industry of the seventies, the controversial rise of Australian television, and his...


A Swag of Memories: Australian Bush Stories

by Brian Taylor

A quintessential Australian bushman, Brian Taylor has spent most of his life on the land. Working as a drover, a stockman, a fencer, a shearer and a saddler, he has gathered a swag of stories over the years...


The Voices of War: Australians Tell Their Stories From World War I to the Present

by Michael Caulfield

Drawn from engagements ranging from World War I through to operations in East Timor and Iraq, these stories are taken from the Australians at War Film Archive, a collection of the memories of more than 2000...


Walking with the ANZACS: A Guide to Australian Battlefields on the Western Front

by Mat McLachlan

More and more Australian are reflecting on the soldiers who helped shape our nation. Many are choosing to make pilgrimages to the battlefields of our history, to bring to life names like the Somme, Passchendaele...