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A Passionate Life
A Passionate Life Ita Buttrose
The new edition of Ita Buttrose's autobiography, updated and expanded.
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Island Home
Island Home Tim Winton
‘This country leans in on you. Like family. To my way of thinking, it is family.’
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John Key: Portrait of a Prime Minister
John Key: Portrait of a Prime Minister John Roughan
An updated in-depth portrait of former New Zealand Prime Minister John Key.
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Burt Munro
Burt Munro Neill Birss
Previously unpublished interviews with Burt Munro, legendary Kiwi motorcycle rider made famous in the movie The World's Fastest Indian. Colourful tales of a life well-lived.
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Lydia Ko
Lydia Ko Michael Donaldson
The secrets behind the golf world's most successful young star.
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The Black Widow
The Black Widow Lee-Anne Cartier
The Black Widow almost got away with murder. But then her sister-in-law became suspicious...
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The Kiwi Pair
The Kiwi Pair Eric Murray
A gritty story of commitment, self-discovery and the outer limits of human endurance.
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Wicked But Virtuous
Wicked But Virtuous Mirka Mora
Written with great passion, this book is a unique insight into the way an artist works and the way in which life feeds art.
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Island In Chains: Ten Years On Robben Island
Island In Chains: Ten Years On Robben Island Indres Naidoo
As an activist for the African national Congress, Indres Naidoo was arrested for sabotage in 1963. "Island in Chains" is his account of the ten years he spent as Prisoner 885/63 on Robben Island.
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Perfect Victim
Perfect Victim Megan Norris, Elizabeth Southall
One night in March 1999, fifteen-year-old dance student Rachel Elizabeth Barber vanished. No one could have guessed that she had become another girl's 'perfect' victim. Happy. Beautiful. Talented. She had everything her killer could want.
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The War Diaries Of Weary Dunlop
The War Diaries Of Weary Dunlop Edward E Dunlop, E.E. Dunlop
This extraordinary first-hand account of Sir Edward 'Weary' Dunlop's experiences as senior medical officer in the infamous prisoner-of-war camps in Java and on the Burma-Thailand Railway, is not only an account of great historical significance but also a testament to the ability of the human spirit to overcome the most unbearably cruel conditions.
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Big Shots
Big Shots Adam Shand
It wasn't a relationship without risks. Crackling with tension, Big Shots documents Shand's plunge into the other side of Melbourne. He watches as notorious criminals are transformed into red-carpet celebrities and finds himself questioning his objectivity – and even whether he is being used to further murderous ends.
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The Boat
The Boat Nam Le
In 1979, Nam Le's family left Vietnam for Australia, an experience that inspires the first and last stories in The Boat. In between, however, Le's imagination lays claim to the world.
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