Caitlin Doughty

A fascinating look at the funeral industry and an exploration of how we deal with death and our d

Kate Betts

Former editor-in-chief of Harper's Bazaar recalls her time in Paris - falling in love, finding he

Li Feng

One family's epic tale of survival in tumultuous twentieth-century China.

Gyalo Thondup, Anne F. Thurston

A unique piece of history: the inside story of how the Dalai Lama struggled to hold on to Tibet a

Oliver Sacks

Few people can claim to have made such a profound impact on the public understanding of the brain

Fahim with Sophie Le Callennec , Xavier Parmentier

A very modern fairytale of a refugee child taking the chess world by storm.

Latika Bourke

Growing up Australian and the journey of self-discovery that led me back to my Indian roo

Katherine Barnes

Based on the wartime diaries of Allied soldier and saboteur Tom Barnes, this account of thrilling

Elizabeth Bard

Lunch in Paris takes us on another delicious journey, this time to the heart of Provence.

Anna Bligh

An uplifting memoir of resilience and strength from ex-Premier of Queensland, Anna Bligh.

Jacqueline Hammar

An epic story of love, adventure and survival in the wilds of the Northern Territory.

Peter Rees

A full biography of the man known as CEW Bean - war correspondent and official historian of World

Jerry Grayson

Whether saving desperate survivors from a sinking ship or flying into the teeth of storms to sear

Maria Katsonis

The Good Greek Girl will make you laugh, cry, gasp and smile, written with the honesty Maria’s st

Kate Grenville

Nance was a week short of her sixth birthday when she and Frank were roused out of bed in the dar

Anita Anand

The enthralling story of an extraordinary woman and her part in the defining moments of recent Br

Graeme Leith

The rich and varied life of the boutique wine-maker of Passing Clouds, the award-winning Mt Maced

Cat Thao Nguyen

A poignant and compelling story of one family's horrific flight from persecution in Vietnam on fo

Rebecca Starford

It is night. They move with such stealth they could be almost floating along the road.

Andrew Wilson

When Alexander McQueen committed suicide in February 2010, aged just 40, a shocked world mourned


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