270 books (14 pages) in this category
by Duncan McNab
by Duncan McNab
by Tim Flannery
It remains one of the most thrilling and entertaining travel narratives of all time. Slocum writes of dangers and delights in encounters with Moorish pirates and Juan Fernandez islanders, tempests and languid seas, sharks and flying fish. ...
by Deric Henderson
May 1991. The location- a quiet seaside town. The scene- two bodies in a car filled with carbon monoxide. Police officer Trevor Buchanan and nurse Lesley Howell have apparently taken their own lives, unable to live with the pain of their ...
The Inside Story of the Hatton Garden Heist
by Wensley Clarkson
The True Story of a Plot to Poison the World's Greatest Wine
by Maximillian Potter
by Robert Drewe
Aged six, Robert Drewe moved with his family from Melbourne to Perth, the world's most isolated city - and proud of it. This sun-baked coast was innocently proud, too, of its tranquillity and friendliness. Then a man he knew murdered a boy he ...
by Kelly Dennett
The abduction and murder of teenager Jane Furlong is one of New Zealand's most enduring mysteries. Jane was 17 when she disappeared from Auckland's Karangahape Road in 1993. She was a girlfriend, a daughter, a sex worker, and the mother of a ...
The powerful story of what happened to MH17 over Ukraine and the lives of those who were on board
by Marianne van Velzen
The first full telling of what happened to MH17 and the stories of those who were killed on that tragic day. ...
by Magazanik Michael
<i>'The baby started to come out. Head first, everything OK. But then I saw that there were no arms. And then no legs. The little girl had only a torso and a head.'</i> Lyn Rowe was born in Melbourne in 1962, seven months after her ...
The Incredible Inside Account of Bali's Hidden Drug World
by Kathryn Bonella
<b>From the internationally bestselling author of <i>Hotel Kerobokan</i> and <i>Operation Playboy </i>and co-author of Schapelle Corby's autobiography, this is the incredible inside account of Bali's hidden drug world.</b> <b> "a unique, ...
by Jeremy Pudney
The definitive account of Australia's most notorious criminal case When bodies were discovered in barrels in 1999, hidden within a bank vault in Snowtown in South Australia, Jeremy Pudney was one of the first journalists on the scene. Now, ...
by Peter Graham
The brutal, premeditated murder of Honorah Parker in 1954 in a lonely park by her 16-year-old daughter Pauline and Pauline's 15-year-old friend Juliet Hulme made shock headlines around the world. International media flocked to New Zealand to ...
The Story of the Yorkshire Ripper
by Gordon Burn
In <i>Somebody's Husband, Somebody's Son: The Story of the Yorkshire Ripper</i>, Gordon Burn explores the life of Peter Sutcliffe to create a modern classic, offering one of the most penetrating and provocative insights into the mind of a ...
by Carol Ann Lee
by Julia Sheppard
by Peter Vronsky
Before the term was coined in 1981, there were no "serial killers." There were only "monsters"-killers society first understood as werewolves, vampires, ghouls and witches or, later, Hitchcockian psychos.<BR><BR>In <i>Sons of Cain</i>-a book ...
by Thordis Elva
Meanwhile in Sydney, Australia; Thomas Stranger, nervously boarded a plane, wondering if he was worthy of this meeting. Is healing possible if you can't fathom forgiving yourself? This journey was not planned in haste. It was the careful result
by Colin McLaren
by Michael Kuzilny