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What Are You Waiting For?: If Nothing Changes, Nothing Changes

by Justin Herald

Who better than one of Australia's leading entrepreneurs to divulge the secrets of success? Justin Herald, in his down-to-earth, forthright style provides the motivation to implement change in your life and...


Just Rewards: Reward Your Staff and Reap the Benefits

by Jamelle Wells

Inspiring ideas from Australian companies on rewarding your staff and creating a happier, more productive workplace.


The Killer Within: Inside the World of Bradley John Murdoch

by Paul Toohey

Heat, red dirt, crocodiles, lonely roads, guns, drugs, madmen, murder . . . and the shocking true story of the dead heart of Australia and its most notorious denizen, Bradley John Murdoch.


The Road

by Catherine Jinks

The road to Broken Hill has never been so scary: a compulsive read from one of Australia's finest writers.


The Lost Boy: A Search for Life, a Triumph of Outback Spirit

by Robert Wainwright

In 1993 8-year-old Clinton Liebelt went missing from a roadhouse between Darwin and Alice Springs - one of the most desolate places in the world. Australian journalist Robert Wainwright's uplifting and triumphant...


A Month of Sundays: How to Go Travelling Without Leaving Town

by James O'Loghlin

A humorous and honest account of how the author spent a month exploring his home city, going to many out-of-the-way places with his partner and young child, and learned to enjoy the present rather than worry...


Quinn's Post: Anzac, Gallipoli

by Peter Stanley

A very personal account of the experiences and emotions of the Anzac and British soldiers who fought at Quinn's Post, the place that was central to their defence at Gallipoli and which saw some of the most extreme...


Exploring Southeast Asia: A traveller's history of the region

by Milton Osborne

Milton Osborne is one of the world's pre-eminent writers on Southeast Asia, and this lively and easy to read guide is a distillation of a lifetime's knowledge and experience on the region. Essential reading...


Mathematics and Sex

by Clio Cresswell

Jump into bed with Dr Clio Cresswell and discover just how mathematics can unlock the secrets of love, lust and life's search for the ideal partner. Answering such questions as - just how many lovers should...


Writing Your Screenplay

by Lisa Dethridge

A practical guide to writing for film from an experienced screenwriter and script editor who has worked and taught in both Australia and the USA.


A Short History of Indonesia: The Unlikely Nation?

by Colin Brown

New in the Short Histories of Asia series, edited by Milton Osborne, this is a readable, well-informed and comprehensive history of Indonesia and its peoples, from ancient origins to the present day.


Boys' Stuff: Boys Talking about What Matters

by Wayne Martino & Maria Pallotta-Chiarolli

Teenage boys tell us what they think about growing up, friends, sex, sport, drugs - no holds barred.


Postcolonial Theory: A Critical Introduction

by Leela Gandhi

An accessible introduction to the complex new field of postcolonial theory


Doing Early Childhood Research: International perspectives on theory and practice

by Glenda MacNaughton, Sharne A Rolfe & Iram Siraj-Blatchford

A thorough introduction to quantitative and qualitative research methods used in the early childhood context.


Reformasi: The Struggle for power in post-Soeharto Indonesia

by Kevin O'Rourke

A gripping account of Indonesia's political and economic struggles, from the final days of Soeharto's rule through the first two years of Wahid's presidency. Kevin O'Rourke's accessible and compelling style...


Islam in Australia

by Abdullah Saeed

A clear and complete introduction to the world of Islam: the history, beliefs, practices and laws of this ancient religion. With particular focus on the contemporary Muslim world, and on Islam in Australia.


Visual Information Retrieval Using Java and Lire

by Mathias Lux & Oge Marques

Visual information retrieval (VIR) is an active and vibrant research area, which attempts at providing means for organizing, indexing, annotating, and retrieving visual information (images and videos) from large,...


Blues in the Night: The First Chronicles of Bernie Butz

by Carol S. Fowler

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Blues in the Night: The First Chronicles of Bernie Butz is a five-story series that begins in May 1951. Bernie is a jazz reviewer and a part-time sleuth, since he seems compelled to involve himself...


The Curse of Bound Blood

by Alannah Carbonneau

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An epic tale of fates greatest gift to reincarnation; a love that has burned through centuries and death will have one last chance.

Lexie Hart's predictably safe world shatters when Christian, the...


Getting to Maximum: Biblical Sacrifice Keys for Success

by Chris Ekpekurede

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Reaching maximum success cannot be achieved without making the necessary sacrifices. In fact, the size of any success is directly proportional to the extra mile covered in its pursuit. Therefore,...