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Dirty Money

by Matthew Benns

The true story of Australia's vast mineral wealth and the men and companies digging in the dirt to get it. Mining is a dirty business. At home mining is impacting on the lives of every Australian. In Esperance...


Once Were Warriors

by Alan Duff

A New Zealand classic, this novel is a raw and powerful portrayal of Maori in New Zealand society.Alan Duff's groundbreaking first novel is one of the most talked-about books ever published in New Zealand and...


The Book of Secrets

by Fiona Kidman

A classic, prize-winning novel about an epic migration and a lone woman haunted by the past in frontier Waipu.In the 1850s, a group of settlers established a community at Waipu in the northern part of New Zealand....


The Paua Tower

by Coral Atkinson

Set in a pivotal moment in our history, this love story is about how we once were, or might have been.A tarot-reading Frenchwoman and a paua-shell memorial to a dead soldier play an important role in this gritty...


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...


Purple Heart

by Andrew Fiu

An affecting, insightful and warm memoir of growing up Samoan in New Zealand - and of coping with heart disease. Andrew Fiu came to Ponsonby, Auckland as a three-year-old, part of the wave of immigration from...


Louise Nicholas: My Story

by Louise Nicholas

The explosive true story behind a landmark case of rape by policemen. The 'Louise Nicholas trial' - as it became known - was one of the most far-reaching, pivotal and politically important court cases in recent...


Surviving & Moving On: Self-help for Survivors of Childhood Sexual Abuse

by Kim McGregor

Essential reading for survivors of child sexual abuse, as well as supporters and counsellors. Often people don't believe survivors of sexual abuse and consequently they aren't well supported through their developmental...


My Father's Shadow: A Portrait Of Justice Peter Mahon

by Sam Mahon

An intimate portrait of Justice Peter Mahon, who headed the Erebus plane crash inquiry, written by his son. Described often as 'a man for all seasons', Justice Peter Mahon is perhaps best remembered for his...


Stonedogs

by Craig Marriner

Craig Marriner is New Zealand's response to Irivine Welsh and Quentin Tarantino. A novel, which won the Montana New Zealand Book Awards, to make you cringe and shudder, then wet yourself laughing. Its raw and...


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....


The Business Of Documentary Filmmaking

by Claudia Babirat & Lloyd Spencer Davis

How to make successful documentary films, a resource book for novice and experienced filmmakers Caudia Babirat and Lloyd Spencer Davis pool their considerable experience to provide thisclearly written, practical...


Sins of the Father: The Long Shadow of a Religious Cult

by Fleur Beale

The disturbing story of the ruthless exercise of power in a New Zealand religious cult.Charismatic, driven and self-righteous, Neville Cooper set up his own brand of Christian utopia on earth: a reclusive community...


The Sixth Man: The Extraordinary Life of Paddy Costello

by James McNeish

Paddy Costello was a scholar, a soldier, a diplomat, a maverick, an exemplary father, a lover of good wine. But this fascinating biography also asks was he a spy?Auckland. Cambridge. Moscow. Paris. New Zealand's...


Eating the Underworld

by Doris Brett

An extraordinary personal journey through cancer and treatment. "...Extraordinary...Its bravery, irony, humour and intelligence - everything shines through the transparent prose...a remarkable literary voice,...


50 Things You Want to Know About World Issues. . . But Were Too Afraid to Ask

by Keith Suter

Everything you need to know about world issues but were too afraid to ask. Is China the next superpower? Can the West win the war on terrorism? Is the world running out of oil? What is the McDonald's Golden...


A Dirty Little War

by John Martinkus

The previously untold eyewitness story of Indonesia's sustained campaign of terror from 1997 to 1999 against one of Australia's closest neighbours. Written with urgency and compassion by a world-renowned Australian...


Indonesia's Secret War in Aceh

by John Martinkus

An eye-opening, firsthand account of Indonesia's campaign of terror in Aceh. This is the latest from acclaimed journalist John Martinkus, whose first book, A Dirty Little War, told the definitive story of East...


The End: The Human Experience Of Death

by Bianca Nogrady

A fascinating exploration of the universal human experience of death. We sat around and on the bed, laughing and joking as if this was a typical family gathering. The shrunken form of our dying grandmother...


Recollections Of A Bleeding Heart 10th Anniversary Edition

by Don Watson

Award-winning and best-selling biography of Paul Keating with new content Introduced by Carmen Lawrence, former Premier of WA and senior minister in the Keating government. "Others have fair claim on the economic...