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Richard Denniss

What is econobabble?

Aaron Patrick

Tony Abbott and his chief of staff, Peta Credlin, ran a brilliant opposition campaign.

Anna Clark

The past is consumed on a grand scale: popularised by television programs, enjoyed by reading gro

Mark Moran

When solutions became the problem in Indigenous affairs

Martin McKenzie-Murray

In 2004, the body of a young Perth woman was found on the grounds of a primary school.

Adam Grant

A manifesto for originality and a guide to championing new ideas that challenge the status quo.

Simon Sebag Montefiore

The Romanovs were the most successful dynasty of modern times, ruling a sixth of the world's surf

Andrés Ruzo

Part of TED Books

Ruby Wax

Five hundred years ago no-one died of stress: we invented this concept and now we let it rule us.

Andrew P Street

An irreverent take on the political life and times of the man who was our 28th prime minister.

Peter FitzSimons

On 19 July 1916, 7000 Australian soldiers - in the first major action of the AIF on the Western F

Bob Brown

Green Nomads is a celebration of Australia's wilderness areas, and we surely have something to ce

Rob Mundle

How Dutch sailors discovered New Holland and left Australia to a British pirate.

Daniel Klein

A humorous and philosophical trip through life, from the New York Times-bestselling author of Tra

Victoria Pepe

Twenty-five girls and women under thirty tell us why they call themselves feminists.

Bill Bryson

In-store 8 October

Erica Jong

Fear of Flying has sold over 26 million copies worldwide.

Simon Winchester

Travelling the circumference of the truly gigantic Pacific, Simon Winchester tells the story of t

George Megalogenis

The bestselling author of The Australian Moment asks the most important question confronting the

Tim Flannery

Ten years after his internationally bestselling The Weather Makers, acclaimed scientist and autho


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