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    A Nomads Journey

    There are biographies and autobiographies and then there is, once in a time or two, a BIOGRAPHY, and this is it.

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    Chasing Spirits

    Nick Groff captures your attention on page one of his insightful stories into ghost hunting as he describes his first confrontation with a spirit and […]

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    Enigma

    If nothing else this is a true biography all about ME, Geoffrey Edelsten. There is no doubt Professor Geoffrey Edelsten (MD de-registered) is an over […]

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    The Boy in the Moon

    This book has sat waiting for review for some time –six months or longer to be exact. It has taken me that much time to […]

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    Love Bought Me Back

    The power of love, if ever doubted, can be reaffirmed once you have read this warm and loving biography of Natalie Cole by Natalie Cole. […]

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    Soul Surfer

    An early morning surf with her friend Alana on the morning of Halloween was a turning point in young Bethany’s life. A passing shark, attention […]

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    Up In The Air

    In this modern age of cheap flights and easy air travel we tend to forget that in the not so distant past air travel was […]

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    Fighting Blind

    This is a book for blokes by a bloke who somewhere along the track realised that while it’s OK to be a bloke, somewhere else […]

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    Sammy I Love You

    When you are young, in love and have the future ahead of you like a shining beacon, it is hard to believe life can throw […]

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    A Second Wind

    A film has been made of this man’s life, along with a documentary. Why, you may well ask. The story of Philippe Pozzo di Borgo’s […]

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    We Are One Village

    This story is one girl’s experience of living in an African community and the deep impact it has and continues to have on her life. […]

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    An Outback Life

    Sitting on the bank of river fishing and talking to a long time friend and tribal woman Katie, Mary Groves was asked a simple question. […]

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    Uncommon Soldier

    Chris Masters is one of Australia’s best known investigative reporters having spent much of the past decades covering one War or another in parts of […]

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    Ox Travels

    Armchair travellers this is one for you – not quite around the world in 80 days but close to it. Thirty –six travel writers have […]

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