1167 books (59 pages) in this category
by Sophie Lucido Johnson
“A fast-paced debut… A candid, modern take on polyamory for fans of memoirs and graphic novels, and anyone interested in stories of dating, love, and romance.” -Library Journal After trying for years to emulate her boomer ...
by Li Cunxin
The phenomenal international bestseller<i> Before you can fly, you have to be free.</i><BR><BR>In a small, desperately poor village in north-east China, a young peasant boy sits at his rickety old school desk, more interested in the birds ...
by Simon Winchester
William Smith was not rich or well connected, but his passion for rocks and fossils, and his twenty-year obsession with single-handedly mapping the geology of Britain made him one of the most significant men of the nineteenth century. However ...
Legends, Glory and Lies in the French Foreign Legion
by David Mason
The love story that shaped a nation
by Susan Mitchell
by Danielle Wood
In <i>Housewife Superstar</i>, Danielle Wood introduced us to the life (three husbands, Campbell Town and Devonport dream homes, inspiration for Dame Edna Everage) and work (countless writings, prizes, cakes, and things knitted, ...
by Maria Riva
<p><b>"Gosspiy, elaborately detailed, and greatly entertaining. Riva leaves no sequin unturned." The New York Times</b></p> <p>Dietrich would quickly rise to stardom on the Berlin stage in the 1920's with her sharp wit and bisexual ...
Life and love with the world's worst dog - a funny and heartbreaking worldwide bestseller
by John Grogan
by Melanie Beals Goan
The extraordinary life of Australian writer P.L. Travers
by Valerie Lawson
by Jenny Lister
Mary Quant is a fashion icon. The first focused study of her career, this book shows how she revolutionised fashion, harnessing youth, streetstyle and mass production to create a new look for everyone. The book surveys the development of her ...
The Life and Times of William Masters and Virginia Johnson, the Couple Who Taught America How to Love
by Thomas Maier
by Peter FitzSimons
History comes to life with Peter FitzSimons in the story of Australia?s most famous polar explorer and the giants from the heroic age of polar exploration- Scott, Amundsen and Shackleton.Sir Douglas Mawson, born in 1882 and knighted in 1914, ...
A chaotic memoir about family, friends and finding out that all the world's a stage (I'm going through)
by Fiona O'Loughlin
by Hedley Derenzie
Four years after her disastrous quest for romance in Paris (the alleged ‘city of love’), Hedley Derenzie is ready to break out of her comfort zone of singledom and give it another go. She decides to seek professional help – in ...
A Hollywood Princess
by Andrew Morton
<DIV>Meghan Markle, the star of the long-running TV show <I>Suits</I>, is set to refashion the House of Windsor. Her marriage to Prince Harry in May at Windsor Castle is already the most anticipated event of 2018. The warmth and affection Meghan
by Mike Willesee
<b>After thousands of stories, a legend finally tells his own. </b> Mike Willesee has been Australia's most revered television journalist for over fifty years. And behind the lens, a businessman, powerbroker, trailblazer and enduring enigma. ...
by WILLIAM DAMPIER
It was William Dampier's passion to see the world that turned him into a buccaneer. He possessed remarkable powers of observation and analysis, and his life as a seventeenth-century navigator aboard pirate and privateering ships is brilliantly ...
by C G Jung
‘I can understand myself only in the light of inner happenings. It is these that make up the singularity of my life, and with these my autobiography deals' Carl Jung An eye-opening biography of one of the most influential psychiatrists of
by Harriet Edquist
Born in Cumbria in 1898 Michael O?Connell saw action on the Western Front in WWI before moving to Australia in 1920. Over the following 17 years he became a critical member of the burgeoning Modernist movement in Melbourne primarily through his ...