Foresight and Perseverance

This is a true story of three generations of the Zinoffsky and Parret family caught in the events of the first half of the 20th Century's history and politics. It…

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Searching for Our Angel

Having grown up believing she did not want children, everything changed for Liz when she met and married Darryn Peter. The pair's decision to have children was soon challenged by…

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Great Burial Places

Poised between earth and heaven, the material and the spiritual, burial places are amongst the most important sites ever built. Man is the only animal that knows it is going…

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Accounting for My Life

This is the autobiography of Michael Sharpe AO. In 1999 The University of Sydney conferred upon Michael Sharpe the honorary degree of Doctor of Science in Economics. The citation included…

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Oneness

The intention of Oneness is to lead people to understand, through verifiable science, that Time doesn’t exist. The entire history of homo sapiens is irrefutable proof of how we have,…

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The Will to Live, the Courage to Die

In autumn of 2010 Tracey Roberts found herself deeply involved, along with her family and the remarkable hospital medical staff in the Intensive Care Unit of the Royal North Shore…

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Exposed

Exposed – A Life Behind the Camera, David Mist’s memoir, is a delightful romp through the world of fashion photography as seen from behind the lens. The colour and black…

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Retire and Live the Dream

Our Long Journey to la Dolce Vita Retirement. What images does the word conjure up for you? Time. Lots of time with no work to fill it. How will you…

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Scales of the Dragon

Scales of the Dragon: the Vietnam Experience provides a gentle, witty, and incisive introduction to one of the world’s most fascinating countries, Vietnam, and all its facets: people, customs, history,…

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To Prey and to Silence

One survivor’s story of child sexual abuse and her fight for justice. Joan Katherine Isaacs is a wife, mother and doting grandmother. Born in 1953 into a Catholic family, Joan…

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So Where's My Happy Ever After?

So Where's My Happy Ever After? is Joy Aimée's very personal account of her quest to find the happiness that has always eluded her. When a magical new life beckons…

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Cancer Four Times Removed

Cancer Four Times Removed is the inspiring, uplifting and sometimes hilarious true story of one man’s joust and eventual triumph over four different types of cancer, including prostate and bowel…

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Rolling With the Punches

A spinal injury at a young age might have killed off a career in stand-up but it did not temper Ian Simpson's philosophy of not taking life too seriously. But…

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Africa's Heart

This book is Ken Allen's spiritual response to the AIDS crisis in Africa and his recent visit to South Africa and Kenya. This book challenges the reader to consider what…

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Buckley's!

The Ken Buckley Autobiography 'Ken always confronted injustice-barging in where most prudent angels would fear to tread. Every free society needs people like him.' - The Hon Michael Kirby AC…

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Childless

Childless challenges many misconceptions about women without children. Forget 'selfish', 'ambitious', 'uncaring' or 'tough'. This book delves deftly beneath the childless woman's facade of top job, financial independence and oh-so-exciting…

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Mima

What really happened to Mima Joan McKim-Hill in 1967? Author Shirley Eldridge and Mima Joan McKim-Hill were friends and colleagues working for the Capricornia Regional Electricity Board in Rockhampton in…

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Relax... It's Only Botox

"Is BOTOX® a poison?" "Does BOTOX® cause permanent changes?" "If I have BOTOX® will I look plastic?" There is a lot of curiosity surrounding BOTOX®. Everyone is…

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Longing for Life

The treacherous quest for motherhood through IVF Seeing motherhood as the raison d’être of her existence, Christine Dodson is overjoyed when, after being slow to conceive, she finds herself pregnant…

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Surviving Secrets

'Brave, honest and inspiring, this book takes us inside the fractured heart of adoption. Like all the best memoirs, MargaretWatson's story is ultimately a healing gift. It builds a bridge…

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A Cut Closer to Whole

"People need to know that the book isn't just about one man's journey to find his identity. It's about what happens on that journey and we can all learn something…

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