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?

Margareta Magnusson

How to Free Yourself and your Family from a Lifetime of Clutter

Oprah Winfrey

Organised into ten chapters - each one representing a powerful step in Oprah's own spiritual jour

Peter Berner

The Book of They is brought to you by comedian Peter Berner.

Judith Brett

Judith Brett’s new biography of Alfred Deakin, The Enigmatic Mr Deakin, reveals the intense inner

Tex Perkins

"There is nothing smug or superannuated or Sting-like about him.

Joel Wakely

Joel Wakely has worked with and raced with Holden cars almost his entire life, owning several sig

Jeff Apter

High Voltage is the first biography to focus exclusively on Angus.

Georgia Blain

In late 2015, Georgia Blain was diagnosed with a tumour sitting right in the language centre of h

A N Wilson

A radical reappraisal of Charles Darwin from the bestselling author of VICTORIA: A LIFE.

Maggie O'Farrell

An extraordinarily intimate memoir of the the brushes with death that have made Maggie O'Farrell

Benjamin Law

Are Australian schools safe?

Daniel Tammet

A mind-expanding, deeply humane tour of language(s) - and those who speak, study, and invent them

Paul Strangio, Paul 't Hart & James Walter

The prime ministership remains the main prize in Australian politics, but it is a precarious one.

A. C. Grayling

Prompted by events in recent years in the UK and the USA, in Latin America, Russia and the Middle


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