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4 stars 2 commentsMawson: And the Ice Men of the Heroic Age: Scott, Shackleton and Amundsen
by Peter Fitzsimons
The story of Australia’s most famous polar explorer and the giants from the heroic age of polar exploration: Scott, Amundsen and Shackleton.
Making a Difference: How One New Zealander Created a Global Business, and His Thoughts on the Country's Direction
by Owen Glenn
The story behind Sir Owen Glenn's global business success and major philanthropic contributions
The Forgotten Children: Fairbridge Farm School and its Betrayal of Britain's Child Migrants to Australia
by David Hill
B-format of one of 2007’s Australian non-fiction bestsellers.
4 stars 3 commentsThe Little Book Of Anxiety: Confessions From A Worried Life
by Kerri Sackville
Popular author and blogger Kerri Sackville's very funny take on her life with anxiety. This is an insight into anxiety that only Kerri could give!
0 stars 1 commentsGlenn McGrath Line and Strength: The Complete Story
by Glenn McGrath with Daniel Lane
From working the land in Narromine to winning cricket's World Cup three times, Glenn McGrath has always faced life with fierce determination and an unerring will to succeed, despite the odds
5 stars 3 commentsSophisto-punk: The Story of Mark Opitz and Oz Rock
by Luke Wallis, Jeff Jenkins and Mark Opitz
Mark Opitz and the inside story of making the great albums of Oz rock.
4 stars 1 commentsAbsolute Mayhem: Confessions Of An Aussie Porn Star
by Monica Mayhem
How a girl from Brisbane became one of porn’s biggest stars
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Making The Cut: A Surgeon's Stories Of Life On The Edge
by Mohamed Khadra
In this compelling and beautifully written impressionistic memoir, Mohamed Khadra recounts stories from his life as a surgeon, from the gruelling years of training to the debilitating sleepless nights on call.
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