1167 books (59 pages) in this category
Searching for the Real James Brown
by James McBride
How the CIA's Crack-Cocaine Controversy Destroyed Journalist Gary Webb
by Nick Schou
Australia s Greatest Fighter Pilot
by Jeffrey Watson
A Cradle Mountain Love Story
by Kate Legge
He was an Austrian immigrant; she came from Tasmania. He grew up beside the Carinthian Alps; she climbed mountains when few women dared. Their honeymoon glimpse of Cradle Mountain lit an urge that filled their waking hours. Others might have ...
by Hunter S. Thompson
Hunter S. Thompson's <i>Kingdom</i><i> of Fear</i> is the wild and outrageous autobiography from the world's most notorious journalist. It's an unrestrained and uncensored account of fast living, hard drinking, sharp writing and unimaginable ...
by Adrian Hyland
<b>Kinglake-350 to VKC. Urgent, do you read me?</b> <b>The fire's here now. God help us.</b> <i>Kinglake-350</i> is a masterpiece of writing about family, community, country life and what happens when a day of ultimate terror ...
The true story of Max Butler, the master hacker who ran a billion dollar cyber crime network
by Kevin Poulsen
by Sue Grafton
In 1982, Sue Grafton introduced us to Kinsey Millhone. Over thirty years later, Kinsey is an established international icon and Sue, a number-one bestselling author. To mark this anniversary, Sue has given us stories that reveal Kinsey's origins
India and the Making of Rudyard Kipling 1865-1900
by Charles Allen
The Lost Legacy of Highclere Castle
by Countess Of Carnarvon
by Lloyd Kramer
by Warren Brown
by Alan Sefton
This captivating book follows the late Sir Peter Blake - legendary yachtsman and adventurer - on his final, ill-fated voyage. It tracks him and his dedicated team on the blakexpeditions exploration vessel Seamaster to the environmental pulse ...
The True Story of Guns N' Roses
by Mick Wall
by W J Peasley
Warri and Yatungka were believed to be the last of the Mandildjara tribes of desert nomads to live permanently in the traditional way. Their deaths in the late 1970s marked the end of a tribal lifestyle that stretched more than 30,000 years. ...
The Rise of Elvis Presley
by Peter Guralnick
by Betty Lockyer
WWII 1942—Broome, pearling town on the far north coast of Western Australia. The enemy was snaking its way towards the Australian coastline. Broome was being evacuated. The resident Japanese and their families had already been interned. ...
by Jean-Paul Bell
by John Laws
In ‘LAWSIE: Well…you wanted to know’, John Laws addresses the critics and controversies, discusses his phenomenal success and tells of the famous and infamous people he has met along the way…Brian Henderson, Col Joye, John Singleton, Kerry ...