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Chris Masters

Australia's foremost investigative journalist goes deep into the heart of our Special Forces long

Hannah Jewell

100 fascinating and brilliantly written stories about history's bravest, baddest but little known

Frank Moorhouse

A celebration of a great Australian love affair, 'The Drover’s Wife' in the Australian imaginatio

Dr Karl Kruszelnicki

Learn about Dr Karl, the universe and everything, and discover how air-conditioning is sexist, ho

Adam Spencer

Following on from his Big Book of Numbers (2014), World of Numbers (2015), and Time Machine (2016

Michael Leunig

Ducks for Dark Times is a hilarious, uplifting shot in the arm from Michael Leunig, an antidote t

Oliver Sacks

In his previous books, Oliver Sacks had addressed questions of the brain and mind through the len

Ruth Hobday, Geoff Blackwell

An extraordinary book about equality founded on 200 original and diverse interviews with women fr

Eddie Ayres

How teaching the cello to children in Afghanistan led to a self-discovery almost to

Peter Greste

Extremely timely, enlightening and passionate, The First Casualty is foreign correspondent Peter

Russell Brand

This is the age of addiction, a condition so epidemic, so all encompassing and ubiquitous that un

Dawn French

Dawn's first non-fiction project in almost a decade, following on from three consecutive Sunday T

Sarah Krasnostein

A poignant and powerful celebration of one remarkable woman’s unrelenting drive to make order fro

Michael Veitch

The incredible untold World War II story of Australian hero BARNEY GREATREX - from Bomber Command

Alison Weir

Five of England’s medieval queens come to life in the first volume of an epic new series from the

Simon Schama

A history of the Jews is possibly the greatest story that can be told.

Mandy Sayer

Since the arrival of the First Fleet there have been Gypsies in Australia, yet their experiences

Professor Brian Cox, Robin Ince

The Infinite Monkey Cage, the legendary BBC Radio 4 programme, brings you this irreverent celebra

Alice Pung

In this fascinating book, Alice Pung writes about one of her deep influences – the much-loved and

New Scientist

What is it that makes us human?

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