1167 books (59 pages) in this category
by Kate Schatz
In <i>Rad Women Worldwide</i>, writer Kate Schatz and artist Miriam Klein Stahl tell fresh, engaging, and inspiring tales of perseverance and radical success by pairing well researched and riveting biographies with powerful and expressive ...
by Virginia Jealous
After the death of her father, Lonely Planet writer Virginia Jealous travels across the world to document the life of his obsession - the scandalous 20th century poet Laurence Hope - in a unique blend of memoir and travelogue. John Jealous was ...
by Paul Brickhill
by Rachel Robertson
<b>'Deeply touching but never sentimental, this remarkable book is more than a story of one boy and his mother. It's a thoughtful meditation on the intricate workings of the human mind and heart.' TONI JORDAN </b> <i>'He'll grow out of ...
How the Great Books of Feminism Changed My Life
by Stephanie Staal
by Tom Bower
‘The pampered, petulant, self-pitying Prince. A devastating book by Britain's top investigative author' Daily Mail‘Explosive new book delves inside the bizarre, ultra luxury world of Prince Charles' The SunBest-selling author Tom ...
by Magda Szubanski
In this extraordinary memoir, Magda Szubanski describes her journey of self-discovery from a suburban childhood, haunted by the demons of her father’s espionage activities in wartime Poland and by her secret awareness of her sexuality, to the ...Audio Book
by Kathryn Olmsted
by Janet Mock
New York Times Bestseller • Winner of the 2015 WOMEN'S WAY Book Prize • Goodreads Best of 2014 Semi-Finalist • Books for a Better Life Award Finalist • Lambda Literary Award Finalist • Time Magazine “30 Most ...
The lost memoirs of the gangland legend
by Reggie Kray
by Laurence Benaim
by Patricia Allmer
<p><b>An illuminating reappraisal of Belgian surrealist artist Rene Magritte.</b></p><p>The Belgian surrealist artist René Magritte redefined the way we think about art. Famous for his men in bowler hats, Magritte's witty and provocative work ...
The Secret Life of Suzanne Valadon
by Catherine Hewitt
From the author of <i>The Mistress of Paris</i>, a lavish portrait of a remarkable woman: in the 1880s, Suzanne Valadon was considered the Impressionists' most beautiful model. But behind her captivating facade lay a closely-guarded ...
Two Sisters and a Story of Mental Illness
by Jessie Close
by Rei Naldo
Naldo Rei was just six months old when Indonesia invaded East Timor in December 1975. He spent the first three years of his life in the jungle, where his family had fled for safety. After his father was murdered for his work in the resistance ...
by William Cash
by Paul Barry
Paul Barry's THE RISE AND RISE OF KERRY PACKER is a classic piece of Australian non-fiction publishing. Originally released in 1993 when Packer was still alive, it has sold well over a quarter of a million copies and is widely seen as the ...
by Paul Rees
Robert Plant is one of the few genuine living rock legends.Frontman of Led Zeppelin, musical innovator and seller of millions of records, Plant has had a profound influence on music for over four decades. But the full account of his life has ...
by Jann Wenner