In Aprons and Silver Spoons, we see the 'upstairs, downstairs' world through Mollie's eyes: the politics and scandals, the friendships and secret liaisons, the many comings and goings. But soon the war would change Mollie's world, and that of those she served, forever.
Circumstances change. Nothing's forever. But As I Was Saying provides glorious proof that Jeremy remains as funny, puzzled, excitable, outspoken, insightful and thought-provoking as ever. As if you ever doubted it . . .
Thankfully, he never stopped writing about it and in As I Was saying . . . Jeremy has once more hunted high and low for those vexing imponderables upon which he likes to be vexed when he takes to pondering.
Now in paperback, the bestselling memoir of one of football's most intriguing characters. Mark Thompson sets the record straight on a career that has had more than a few challenges and dramas in this candid, entertaining, opinionated story of the enigmatic coach who changed the game of AFL.
With tales from Birdsville to Bedourie, Oodnadatta to Uluru, you'll be amazed at the courage and resourcefulness of these nurses who have been the backbone of medical practice in remote Australia for more than a hundred years.
Unbeknownst to Caspar, his mum secretly signed a deal to write his life story. Luckily, he discovered her plan and dashed to the printers, just in time to correct some of her allegations. The story of Caspar's crazy life so far is brimming with hilarious anecdotes, including how he tried to kill his mum on his first day on earth, his 'eventful' time at school, and how he always was a hit with the ladies... THE must-have book for Caspar's fans around the world.