Non-Fiction

Brain Reset

According to bestselling author and researcher David Gillespie, we are more addicted than ever before, which is playing havoc with our dopamine levels. This is

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Julia Morris Makes it EASY

Hilariously half-baked life advice from yet another deluded celebrity Welcome to Julia Morris’s immaculately conceived EASY system: a crackpot satire on celebrity self-help culture. Julia

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Welcome to Consent

Adolescent health experts Dr Melissa Kang and Yumi Stynes have written the only guide you need to figuring out the rules of consent. Whether you’re

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Unstoppable

While American teens were socializing in ice cream parlors, Siggi was suffering beatings by Nazi hoodlums for being a Jew and was soon deported along

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Gough and Me

When Gough Whitlam moves into her street in Cabramatta in 1957, eight-year-old Christine has little idea how her new neighbour, one of the most visionary

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Mental Immunity

Why do people reject science and believe online conspiracy theories? How are people radicalized online and go on to commit acts of violence? Why is

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Mary’s Last Dance

Millions fell in love with Mao’s Last Dancer. Finally here is Mary’s story… The highly anticipated memoir of Australian ballerina Mary Li – and the

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I Know I Am Rude

A True Friend of Australia – At the age of twenty-one, the future Prince Philip wrote to a relative: I know you will never think

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Tea & Honesty

On her much-loved Tea With Jules programme on Youtube, presenter, stylist and philanthropist Jules Sebastian captures beautiful conversations, many of them with Australian icons, women

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Turns Out, I’m Fine

Judith Lucy was just Great! Sure, the last remaining member of her immediate family had died, she was menopausal, she suspected her career was in

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Kate Kelly

Kate Kelly, the daring sister of legendary bushranger Ned Kelly, was mysteriously found dead in a lagoon outside the NSW town of Forbes in 1898.

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The Platoon Commander

John O’Halloran was a country boy from Tamworth, NSW, who was called up for national service not long after the start of the Vietnam War.

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My Life as a Villainess

Laura Lippman’s first job in journalism was a rookie reporter in Waco, Texas. Two decades later she left her first husband, quit the newspaper business,

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Fully Human

What if there were parts of our minds that we never use, but if awakened, could make us so much happier, connected and alive? What

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A Doctor in Africa

From Ethiopia to Sierra Leone, Tanzania to Togo, Dr Andrew Browning has been helping women affected by obstetric fistulas – a debilitating condition resulting from

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Colditz

Major Pat Reid brings together his extensive research and many dramatic discoveries about the supposedly escape-proof prisoner of war camp. From all walks of life,

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Heartsick

Claire has returned from London to the dust and familiarity of her childhood home, only to realise something is wrong with her partner Maggie. Patrick

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