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An inspirational, one-of-a kind life story of a brave and passionate Māori doctor who stood up when no one else noticed.
This book tells the story of John Lee’s adventures as he breathed life into the sleepy Cardrona Valley as you enjoy stunning historic and scenic images. John Lee was recently honoured with a CNZM for his services to business and tourism.
Written lyrically and warmly, Dr David Galler tells stories based on real life events describing the everyday dilemmas and challenges that doctors and patients commonly face.
A poignant account of one man’s legacy to his daughter before his death. Jared Noel left for us not just his personal story but a profound meditation on life and death.
This book is a heart-warming, amusing and inspiring story about one woman’s journey of discovery and courage. Rae Roadley writes on what she gave up and what it means to find ‘love at the end of the road’.
Adam Dudding writes about an unconventional cultural figure: his father Robin Dudding, one of New Zealand’s renowned literary editors. In this deeply personal story of a family, readers witness a son’s dawning understanding of his father.
In Lecretia’s Choice, Matt tells the story of how his proud and independent wife was diagnosed with a brain tumour and forced to confront her own mortality.
An interesting autobiography by prize-winning short fiction author Cheryl Nicol takes readers back to her early life in the 1960s, and the trials and tribulations she went through.
This no-holds-barred memoir details the ambition and determination of former Telecom CEO, Theresa Gattung, and her rise to business power.
Country doctor Dave Baldwin, known throughout the back country as The Flying Doctor, shares his tales from a life lived at full-throttle. His eccentric personality along with colourful phrases makes this a truly unique and highly entertaining read.
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