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    The Cuckoo’s Egg

    Anna Morten tells her life story, through the medium of Emma, from a brutally honest perspective. In doing so she offers hope and understanding to […]

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    Not the Last Goodbye

    David Servan-Schreiber has given the most treasured gift a person can give, not just for family but for all people who struggle to come to […]

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    Playing House

    Memoirs are tricky things in so far as there has to be a beginning to everything and to this end, in Playing House, Choi has […]

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    Walking Free

    This is absolutely an insiders story of how a practising surgeon from a wealthy, respected family in Baghdad, came to Australia as a refugee. I […]

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    Childhood of an Idiot

    This is an account of the early years of Dom Harvey’s life.  Dominic is currently a radio broadcaster in New Zealand, and if his show […]

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    Back of Beyond

    When Hugh Tindall a was a lad he lived out in the backblocks of Queensland, in the Diamantina river country on a  collective of land, […]

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    It Will Get Better

    Stella so often said to herself  “”It will get better, it’s just a season” The pain and despair that Stella faced so often in her […]

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    Baby and A Backpack

    of Jane Cornelius – single mother. Together they make powerful reading of life, love, living and survival. This is a story that all Mothers, all […]

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    Small Bamboo

    Tracy Vo’s family are immigrants, having arrived in Australia many years ago on a leaky boat as just some of the many fleeing from Vietnam […]

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    The Power of Bones

    Raw and powerful this is a story that will touch your heart. It is a story about grit and determination, of moving little by little […]

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    Alphabet Soup

    With her trade mark warmth and sense of fun Melissa Doyle offers us a small insight into her world – that of mother, wife and […]

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    The Priority List

    When David Menasche was given days, maybe weeks or possibly even a year to live, it was not what he wanted to hear. He did […]

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    Canton Elegy

    A true story from the memoirs of an inspiring man. The author, Stephen Jin-Nom Lee was born in the village of Dai Waan in Zhongshan, […]

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    Banana Girl

    Funny, completely irreverent, intimate  and “in your face”, take a walk in Michelle Lee’s life: be prepared to be fascinated, fed-up, annoyed and  informed, particularly […]

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    Horrie the War Dog

    The most extraordinary tales of heroic feats and mateship come out of every conflict and none more so than the heart-warming, astonishing tale of Horrie […]

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