Non-Fiction

The 99th Koala

In last summer’s devastating fires, Kangaroo Island lost half of its koala population, with many more left injured and starving. This is the inspiring and

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Local Nomads

Even before the climate debate started, many nomads had already raised the questions about a simpler and more sustainable way to see the world. The

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The Slow Train

As the world speeds up, as technology takes over, it is worth remembering how we used to live. This three-book series is a nostalgic hymn

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The Golden Maze

Beloved ABC broadcaster and bestselling author of Ghost Empire and Saga Land, Richard Fidler is back with a personally curated history of the magical city

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This Naked Mind

Millions of people worry that drinking is affecting their health, yet are unwilling to seek change because of the misery and stigma associated with alcoholism

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The End of Gender

International sex researcher, neuroscientist, and columnist Debra Soh debunks popular gender myths in this research-based, scientific examination of the many facets of gender identity. Is

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OK Boomer, Let’s Talk

Talking to gig workers, economists, policy makers, and dozens of struggling Millennials drowning in debt on a planet quite literally in flames, Filipovic paints a

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Dogs Best Friend

One of the first words we learn. Perhaps the best friend we’ll have. An animal so much part of our lives that we speak to

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Too Much and Never Enough

In this revelatory, authoritative portrait of Donald J. Trump and the toxic family that made him, Mary L. Trump, a trained clinical psychologist and Donald’s

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I Catch Killers

Serial killings, child abductions, organised crime hits and domestic murders. This is the memoir of a homicide detective. Here I am: tall and broad, shaved

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The Ratline

As Governor of Galicia, SS Brigadefuhrer Otto Freiherr von Wachter presided over an authority on whose territory hundreds of thousands of Jews and Poles were

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The Bird Way

‘There is the mammal way and there is the bird way.’ This is one scientist’s pithy distinction between mammal brains and bird brains- two ways

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Death by Shakespeare

William Shakespeare found dozens of different ways to kill off his characters, and audiences today still enjoy the same reactions o shock, sadness, fear o

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Flawsome

You are not called an accountant, or a speaker, or a writer. You are called by a name – your name. You are you. To

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Apocalypse Never

Now a National Bestseller! Climate change is real but it’s not the end of the world. It is not even our most serious environmental problem.

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Burning the Books

Richard Ovenden, director of the world-famous Bodleian Library, explains how attacks on libraries and archives have been a feature of history since ancient times but

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Murder Maps

The most captivating and intriguing 19th-century murders from around the world are re-examined in this disquieting volume, which takes readers on a perilous journey around

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Telling It Like It Is

A powerful collection of articles from journalist and opinion columnist Rita Panahi covering topics including the plight of women under Islam, modern feminism, new-age parenting,

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People Without Power

An eye-opening account of populism, the most important – and misunderstood – movement of our time. Everything we think we know about populism is wrong.

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