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Titian by Sheila Hale

Titian

Sheila Hale

eBook

RENAISSANCE ART. The first biography since 1877 of Venice's greatest artist - a towering work which captures the genius of Titian, beautifully illustrated throughout with full colour plates. Devoted father and loyal friend, Titian was notorious for.....

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This is a call by Paul Brannigan

This is a call

Paul Brannigan

eBook

The epic story of a singular career that includes Nirvana, Foo Fighters, Queens of the Stone Age, and Them Crooked Vultures. Based on ten years of original, exclusive interviews with the man himself and conversations with a legion of musical associates...

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By the waters of Liverpool by Helen Forrester

By the waters of Liverpool

Helen Forrester

eBook

Helen has managed to achieve a small measure of independence. At seventeen, she has fought and won two bitter battles with her parents, the first for the right to educate herself at evening classes, the second for the right to go out to work. Though ...

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Bath times and nursery rhymes by Pam Weaver

Bath times and nursery rhymes

Pam Weaver

eBook

A heart-warming memoir about life as a nursery nurse and nanny in the 1960s, for fans of Call the Midwife. In 1961, sixteen year-old Pam Weaver began her training as a nursery nurse. Drawn to this profession by her caring nature and a desire to earn her...

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Tales of the gypsy dressmaker by Thelma Madine

Tales of the gypsy dressmaker

Thelma Madine

eBook

Tales of the Gypsy Dressmaker is the much-anticipated memoir from Thelma Madine, the dressmaker and breakaway star from Big Fat Gypsy Weddings, the hottest show on TV right now. From 200 ft trains to 20 stone skirts, hundreds of LED lights to thousands...

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No one left to lie to by Christopher Hitchens

No one left to lie to

Christopher Hitchens

eBook

Hitchens boldly puts the pieces of the Clinton puzzle together -- and isn't afraid to describe the result....In No One Left to Lie To, Hitchens profiles the rise and decline of some prominent Clintonoids, from George Stephanopoulos to the First Lady....

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One girl, one dream by Laura Dekker

One girl, one dream

Laura Dekker

eBook

"The amazing autobiographical account of the youngest ever solo circumnavigation of the Earth. Aged just 14, New Zealand-born Laura Dekker defied the authorities and braved the open oceans to realise her dream of becoming the youngest ever sailor to....

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Being Berlusconi by Michael Day

Being Berlusconi

Michael Day

eBook

"People the world over are appalled and fascinated in equal measure by the stratospheric political career of the tycoon and three-time Italian prime minister Silvio Berlusconi ... Michael Day examines the life and crimes of the shameless media mogul....

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A traveller's life by Eric Newby

A traveller's life

Eric Newby

eBook

A chronicle of travels, some homely some exotic, from the man who can make a schoolboy holiday in Swanage as colourful as a walk in the Hindu Kush. Eric Newby's life of travel began in 1919, on pram-ride adventures with his mother into the dark streets...

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A merry dance around the world by Eric Newby

A merry dance around the world

Eric Newby

eBook

A collection of writing from eleven books by Britain's best-loved travel writer, A Merry Dance around the World is the culmination of a lifetime's adventures, from the birth of Eric Newby in 1919 at the 'ghastly hour' of 3.45am, to Herculean cycling ...

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Roll Me Up and Smoke Me When I Die by Willie; Friedman Nelson

Roll Me Up and Smoke Me When I Die

Willie; Friedman Nelson

eBook

You won't see no sad and teary eyes When I get my wings, and it's my time to flyJust call my friends and tell themThere's a party, come on bySo just roll me up and smoke me when I dieIn Roll Me Up and Smoke Me When I Die, Willie Nelson muses about his...

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Redemption song by Chris Salewicz

Redemption song

Chris Salewicz

eBook

The Clash was--and still is--one of the most important groups of the late 1970s and early 1980s. Indebted to rockabilly, reggae, Memphis soul, cowboy justice, and '60s protest, the overtly political band railed against war, racism, and a dead-end economy,...

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My old man by John Roy Major

My old man

John Roy Major

eBook

Shortlisted for the Theatre Book Prize; former prime minister John Major takes a remarkable journey into his own unconventional family past to tell the richly colourful story of the British music hall. Music hall was one of the glories of Victorian E...

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My friend Michael by Frank Cascio

My friend Michael

Frank Cascio

eBook

The music legend's close friend for more than twenty-five years offers a personal behind-the-scenes look at Michael Jackson, setting the record straight on Jackson's misunderstood Peter Pan reality and his complex lifestyle.

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Michael Morpurgo by Maggie Fergusson

Michael Morpurgo

Maggie Fergusson

eBook

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Lunch in Paris by Elizabeth Bard

Lunch in Paris

Elizabeth Bard

eBook

Part love story, part cookbook, Lunch in Paris is a forthright and funny story of falling in love with a Frenchman and moving to the world's most romantic city. From gutting her first fish to discovering the French version of Death by Chocolate, Eliz...

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Luck or Something Like It by Kenny Rogers

Luck or Something Like It

Kenny Rogers

eBook

A remarkable story of a boy who couldn't stop singing, and a man who knew how to hold 'em For more than half a century, Kenny Rogers has been recording some of the most revered and beloved music in America and around the world. In that time, he has become...

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Kicking & dreaming by Ann Wilson

Kicking & dreaming

Ann Wilson

eBook

Heart, fronted by Ann and Nancy Wilson, has given fans classic, raw, and pure badass rock and roll for more than three decades. As the only sisters in rock who write their own music and play their own instruments, Ann and Nancy have always stood apart....

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Three brothers by Yan Lianke

Three brothers

Yan Lianke

eBook

A powerful and intimate memoir about childhood, family and politics during the Cultural Revolution, from one of China's most important contemporary voices. With his quick wit and gift for metaphor, Yan Lianke brings the reader into his home of the 1960s...

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Blueberries by Ellena Savage

Blueberries

Ellena Savage

eBook

Blueberries could be described as a collection of essays, the closest term available for a book that resists classification; a blend of personal essay, polemic, prose poetry, true-crime journalism and confession that considers a fragmented life, reflecting...

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Lady Lorene by Tom Dawkins

Lady Lorene

Tom Dawkins

eBook

The story of Lorene Whittam, a wife and mother who has earned a reputation as an icon of the bush and a legend of the livestock transport industry. Lorene was born and raised in Mount Compass, south of Adelaide. While working at the local milk factory...

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Casanova's women by Judith Summers

Casanova's women

Judith Summers

eBook

The eighteenth-century Venetian adventurer Giacomo Casanova used his charisma to talk his way into the beds of more than two hundred women and turned his name into a synonym for seduction. Charming, brilliant and devastatingly attractive, the compuls...

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The lucky ones

The lucky ones

eBook

"What a lucky girl!" Everybody who has adopted a daughter from China has heard that one. And every parent has said, or thought, in reply: "No, we're the lucky ones." This anthology sets out to explain why people who have adopted children from China feel...

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Mrs D is going without by Lotta Dann

Mrs D is going without

Lotta Dann

eBook

Lotta Dann was in trouble - her fun drinking habit had slowly morphed into an obsessive hunger for wine. One bottle a night was never quite enough. When she tried to cut down, she found it nearly impossible to have an alcohol-free day. Everyone around...

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What fresh lunacy is this? by Robert Sellers

What fresh lunacy is this?

Robert Sellers

eBook

Oliver Reed may not have been Britain's biggest film star - for a period in the early 70s he came within a hairsbreadth of replacing Sean Connery as James Bond - but he is an august member of that small band of people, like George Best and Eric Morecambe,...

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How I got this way by Regis. author. Philbin

How I got this way

Regis. author. Philbin

eBook

The TV icon shares the secrets to success and happiness as he has learned them from his innumerable celebrity encounters, friendships and of course, from his relationship with his loving wife and family.

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Happy accidents by Jane Lynch

Happy accidents

Jane Lynch

eBook

This is no typical Hollywood memoir of torment, grief, regret and plastic surgery. It's a simple but candid story of how a girl from Chicago came to Hollywood, overcame her demons, and finally hit the big time. Taking a good, hard look at herself, Ly...

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Escaping the delta by Elijah. author. Wald

Escaping the delta

Elijah. author. Wald

eBook

Robert Johnson's story presents a fascinating paradox: Why did this genius of the Delta blues excite so little interest when his records were first released in the 1930s? And how did this brilliant but obscure musician come to be hailed long after his...

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Diamond in the rough by Shawn. author. Colvin

Diamond in the rough

Shawn. author. Colvin

eBook

After learning to play guitar at the age of ten, Shawn Colvin was determined to make a life in music'a decision that would send a small-town girl out on the open road for good. In 1997, two decades after she started, she got her big break. Like the t...

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How to survive the Titanic by Frances Wilson

How to survive the Titanic

Frances Wilson

eBook

When the ship hit the iceberg on 14 April 1912 and a thousand men prepared to die, J Bruce Ismay, the ship's owner and inheritor of the White Star fortune, jumped into a lifeboat with the women and children and rowed away to safety.

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William & Catherine by David Cohen

William & Catherine

David Cohen

eBook

Profiles the relationship, courtship, and royal wedding of Prince William and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge and provides a brief history of previous royal weddings.

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Vivienne Westwood by Jane Mulvagh

Vivienne Westwood

Jane Mulvagh

eBook

The acclaimed biography of one of England's great eccentrics and leading fashion designers. For three decades, Vivienne Westwood has been Britain's most consistently original, outrageous, eccentric and controversial designer. In that time she has evolved...

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The opposite of fate by Amy Tan

The opposite of fate

Amy Tan

eBook

An unbearably moving, intensely passionate, deeply personal account of life as seen through the eyes of one of America's best-loved novelists. 'When I began writing this history, I let go of my doubts. I trusted the ghosts of my imagination. They showed...

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The last highlander by Sarah Fraser

The last highlander

Sarah Fraser

eBook

The true story of one of Scotland's most notorious and romantic heroes. He was a spy, a clan-chief, a traitor. A polyglot, a deserter and a man of philosophy. Simon Fraser, Lord Lovat, was the last of the great Scottish chiefs – and the last nobleman...

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The genius in my basement by Alexander Masters

The genius in my basement

Alexander Masters

eBook

An intimate portrait of an everyday genius. Alexander Master's landlord, Simon, lives in the basement of their Cambridge house. Between teetering towers of outdated maps and slagheaps of plastic bags, Simon eats endless meals of tinned kippers and plans...

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The Duchess  by Amanda Foreman

The Duchess

Amanda Foreman

eBook

Georgiana, Duchess of Devonshire, like her descendant, Diana, Princess fo Wales, was publicly adored but personally troubled. From her complex mňagẻ trois with her husband and best friend to her vast gambling debts; from her adoration of her children...

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Cheryl by Cheryl Cole

Cheryl

Cheryl Cole

eBook

For the first time Cheryl tells her full story, her way. Revealing the truth behind the headlines, this is the only official autobiography, giving the fans the true story they've been waiting for. Includes exclusive, personal photos. The nation's swe...

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Charles Dickens and the great theatre of the world by Simon Callow

Charles Dickens and the great theatre of the world

Simon Callow

Book

Acclaimed actor and writer Simon Callow captures the essence of Charles Dickens in a sparkling biography that explores the central importance of the theatre to the life of the greatest storyteller in the English language. From his early years as a ch...

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Bob Marley by Chris. author. Salewicz

Bob Marley

Chris. author. Salewicz

eBook

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Daphne Du Maurier and her sisters by Jane Dunn

Daphne Du Maurier and her sisters

Jane Dunn

eBook

Celebrated novelist Daphne Du Maurier and her sisters, eclipsed by her fame, are revealed in all their surprising complexity in this riveting new biography. The middle sister in a famous artistic dynasty, Daphne du Maurier is one of the master storytellers...

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Papillon by Henri Charrière

Papillon

Henri Charrière

eBook

Henri Charri?re, called "Papillon," for the butterfly tattoo on his chest, was convicted in Paris in 1931 of a murder he did not commit. Sentenced to life imprisonment in the penal colony of French Guiana, he became obsessed with one goal: escape . A...

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Odetta by Ian Zack

Odetta

Ian Zack

eBook

"The untold story of the woman whose music and afro inspired a generation, whose voice provided a soundtrack for the unfolding civil rights movement of the 1950s and '60s"--

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All I ever wanted by Kathy Valentine

All I ever wanted

Kathy Valentine

eBook

"A memoir from the bass player for the band the Go-Go's"--

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Still by Emma Hansen

Still

Emma Hansen

eBook

"Still--Still is about one woman's search for her own definition of motherhood, even as she faces one of life's greatest challenges: learning to live after loss.

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Our house is definitely not in Paris by Susan Cutsforth

Our house is definitely not in Paris

Susan Cutsforth

eBook

"The French countryside has again been poetically evoked in this delightful, charming and captivating memoir, the third in the series. The renovation adventures continue to enchant the reader and draw them further into the unfolding account of the Cu...

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Our house is certainly not in Paris by Susan Cutsforth

Our house is certainly not in Paris

Susan Cutsforth

eBook

Join for the first time, or continue to share in this sequel, the French renovee trials and triumphs of Susan and Stuart Cutsforth, an 'ordinary' Australian couple. Our House is Certainly Not in Paris is a magical memoir about their renovation of an ...

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Amy, my daughter by Mitch. author. Winehouse

Amy, my daughter

Mitch. author. Winehouse

eBook

Amy Winehouse needs no introduction. A critically acclaimed recording artist, she touched millions with her music during her short but extraordinary life. Following her tragic death in July 2011, Mitch Winehouse wants to tell her incredible story in full....

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Victor Two by Peter Crossland

Victor Two

Peter Crossland

eBook

"The 30-man SAS half-squadron that successfully carried out the crucial mission to destroy the target code-named Victor Two spent six weeks behind Iraqi lines during the [first] Gulf War. Travelling with eight Landrovers, a Unimog, two motorbikes and...

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Agorafabulous! by Sara Benincasa

Agorafabulous!

Sara Benincasa

eBook

How a terrified young woman, literally trapped by her own imagination, evolved into a (relatively) high-functioning professional smartass.

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Love and war in the Apennines by Eric Newby

Love and war in the Apennines

Eric Newby

eBook

"'Love and War in the Apennines' is the gripping real-life story of Newby's imprisonment and escape from an Italian prison camp during World War II. After the Italian Armistice of 1943, Eric Newby escaped from the prison camp in which he'd been held for...

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Hustle harder, hustle smarter by Curtis Jackson

Hustle harder, hustle smarter

Curtis Jackson

eBook

"Curtis '50 Cent' Jackson opens up about his ... comeback--from tragic personal loss to thriving businessman and cable's highest-paid executive--in this unique self-help guide ... In his early twenties [he'd risen] to the heights of fame and power in...

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Feeling well, living well by Pat Mesiti

Feeling well, living well

Pat Mesiti

eBook

Do you want to feel good and live well? Want to take control of your life, your emotions, your mindset? This book is for you. These inspiring authors have found the lasting solutions to personal health, happiness and vitality. --Back cover.

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In pursuit of love by Rebecca Bender

In pursuit of love

Rebecca Bender

eBook

Through her own gripping story of escape from human trafficking, Rebecca Bender teaches us what trafficking in America looks like - and what we can do about it - as she reveals the light of God in even the darkest places. In Pursuit of Loveis a riveting...

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Minor feelings by Cathy Park Hong

Minor feelings

Cathy Park Hong

eBook

"Asian Americans inhabit a purgatorial status: neither white enough nor black enough, unmentioned in most conversations about racial identity. In the popular imagination, Asian Americans are all high-achieving professionals. But in reality, this is the...

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Raising cubby by John Elder Robison

Raising cubby

John Elder Robison

eBook

"The slyly funny, sweetly moving memoir of an unconventional dad's relationship with his equally offbeat son--complete with fast cars, tall tales, homemade explosives, and a whole lot of fun and trouble Misfit, truant, delinquent. John Robison was never...

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Lani's story by Lara Brennan

Lani's story

Lara Brennan

eBook

"A confronting and compelling account of a young woman's journey from victim to survivor. Raised in an urban Aboriginal community in Sydney, Lani had a childhood filled with love but alcoholism in her family left its scars. By thirteen, she was in a cycle...

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My story by Peter Cosgrove

My story

Peter Cosgrove

eBook

In 1999, General Peter Cosgrove was thrust into the full glare of the nation′s spotlight following his appointment as Commander of the International Forces in East Timor. Always in his slouch hat, he was a reassuring figure and we watched with pride ...

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How to disappear by Duncan Fallowell

How to disappear

Duncan Fallowell

eBook

"In this series of five brilliantly written and irrepressibly quirky travelogues, Duncan Fallowell sets out to odd corners of the world in pursuit of some extraordinary and improbable characters who were, in most cases, momentarily famous - or infamous...

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Memoirs of a wartime interpreter by Elena Rzhevskai︠a︡

Memoirs of a wartime interpreter

Elena Rzhevskai︠a︡

eBook

"By the will of fate I came to play a part in not letting Hitler achieve his final goal of disappearing and turning into a myth I managed to prevent Stalins dark and murky ambition from taking root his desire to hide from the world that we had found ...

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Æthelflæd by Tom Holland

Æthelflæd

Tom Holland

eBook

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Margaret Thatcher by Margaret Thatcher

Margaret Thatcher

Margaret Thatcher

eBook

A newly edited, single-volume commemorative edition of 'The Path to Power' and 'The Downing Street Years'; this is Margaret Thatcher in her own words. Margaret Thatcher was the towering figure of late-twentieth-century British politics. Now following...

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Linspired by Mike Yorkey

Linspired

Mike Yorkey

eBook

Linspired reveals the remarkable journey of the ultimate underdog, Jeremy Lin, formerly of the New York Knicks, current superstar point guard of the Houston Rockets, and the first American-born player of Chinese/Taiwanese descent to play in the Natio...

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Hitler by A. N. Wilson

Hitler

A. N. Wilson

eBook

In 1923, a thirty-four year old Adolf Hitler was in prison after taking part in an unsuccessful putsch to overthrow the German government. Within a decade, he was the most powerful man in Europe.

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Gifted hands by Ben Carson

Gifted hands

Ben Carson

eBook

The inspiring story of Ben Carson, M.D. takes readers into the life of an inner-city youngster who rose above his circumstances to become director of pediatric neurosurgery at Johns Hopkins University Hospital.

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Brutal by Nabila Sharma

Brutal

Nabila Sharma

eBook

He was my religious teacher. I should have been able to trust him. But he made me do unspeakable things...At seven years old, Nabila Sharma began her lessons at the mosque as every good Muslim girl does. But from the minute she looked up at her Imam,...

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A dream so big by Steve Peifer

A dream so big

Steve Peifer

eBook

A Dream So Big is the story of Steve Peifer, a corporate executive who once oversaw 9,000 computer software consultants, who today helps provide daily lunches for over 20,000 Kenyan school children in thirty-five national public schools, and maintain...

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Sigh, gone by Phuc Tran

Sigh, gone

Phuc Tran

eBook

"For anyone who has ever felt like they don't belong, Sigh, Gone shares an irreverent, funny, and moving tale of displacement and assimilation woven together with poignant themes from beloved works of classic literature. In 1975, during the fall of S...

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Miss aluminum by Susanna Moore

Miss aluminum

Susanna Moore

eBook

"A revealing and refreshing memoir of Hollywood in the 1970s"--

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What we carry by Maya Lang

What we carry

Maya Lang

eBook

"How much can you judge another woman's choices? What if that woman is your mother? Maya Lang grew up idolizing her brilliant mother, an accomplished psychologist who immigrated to the United States from India, completed her residency and earned an A...

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Red velvet by Lisa Lou

Red velvet

Lisa Lou

eBook

Lisa's memories are funny, poignant but above all, compassionate and we see the courtesan's life through a unique and frequently sardonic point of view.

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Hell west and crooked by Tom Cole

Hell west and crooked

Tom Cole

eBook

"Tom Cole tells the stories of his life in the outback during the 1920s and 1930s. With great humour and drama, he recounts his adventures as a drover and stationhand in the toughest country in Australia and later on as a buffalo shooter and crocodile...

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Beautiful child by Torey L. Hayden

Beautiful child

Torey L. Hayden

eBook

The true story of a mute and withdrawn seven year old girl and the special education teacher determined never to abandon a child in need. Seven-year-old Venus Fox never spoke, never listened, never even acknowledged the presence of another human being...

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Graham Henry by Bob Howitt

Graham Henry

Bob Howitt

eBook

Although he would eventually be knighted in recognition of one of the most remarkable coaching careers in the history of rugby, Graham Henry experienced his share of crushing setbacks and disappointments. This was the man responsible for restoring the...

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Know your place by Golriz Ghahraman

Know your place

Golriz Ghahraman

eBook

"When she was just nine, Golriz Ghahraman and her parents were forced to flee their home in Iran. After a terrifying and uncertain journey, they landed in Auckland where they were able to seek asylum and - ultimately - create a new life. In this open...

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Mistresses by Linda Porter

Mistresses

Linda Porter

eBook

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Bringing the fight by Merle Thornton

Bringing the fight

Merle Thornton

eBook

An engaging, lively, provocative and, above all, inspiring memoir from one of our home-grown, unsung feminist heroes, Merle Thornton, who has lived a life full of daring, defiance and activism. Merle Thornton is one of Australia's most delightful, fo...

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John Bercow by Sebastian Whale

John Bercow

Sebastian Whale

eBook

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Beyond belief by Jenna Miscavige Hill

Beyond belief

Jenna Miscavige Hill

eBook

The niece of controversial Scientology leader David Miscavige presents a tell-all memoir about her life in the Church of Scientology.

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All boys aren't blue by George M. (George Matthew) Johnson

All boys aren't blue

George M. (George Matthew) Johnson

eBook

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Love without borders by Angela Braniff

Love without borders

Angela Braniff

eBook

"Angela Braniff's life as a mother to seven children-two biological, five adopted-is crazy, chaotic, and yet full of joy, and her story will encourage women and moms to say yes to the purpose that God has put in their lives"--

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With all due respect by Nikki Haley

With all due respect

Nikki Haley

eBook

"A revealing, dramatic, deeply personal book about the most significant events of our time, written by the former United States Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley who is widely admired for her forthright manner ("With all due respect, I don't...

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Radical Wordsworth by Jonathan Bate

Radical Wordsworth

Jonathan Bate

eBook

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The real Jane Austen by Paula Byrne

The real Jane Austen

Paula Byrne

eBook

"Who was the real Jane Austen? Overturning the traditional portrait of the author as conventional and genteel, bestseller Paula Byrne’s landmark biography reveals the real woman behind the books. Few authors inspire the same devotion as Jane Austen. Her...

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The cooked seed by Anchee Min

The cooked seed

Anchee Min

eBook

In 1994, Anchee Min published Red Azalea, a memoir of growing up during the violent trauma of the Cultural Revolution. It became an international bestseller. Twenty years later, Min returns to give us the next chapter, as she moves from the shocking....

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Jungle of stone by William Carlsen

Jungle of stone

William Carlsen

eBook

Documents the true story of the nineteenth-century rediscovery of the Mayan civilization by American ambassador John Lloyd Stephens and British architect Frederick Catherwood, illuminating how their findings profoundly changed Western understandings ...

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Born to fly by Ryan Campbell

Born to fly

Ryan Campbell

eBook

When Ryan Campbell was six he fell in love with aeroplanes. It was a passion that was to dominate his childhood and it was no surprise when at 15 Ryan became the youngest pilot in Australia. Inspired by his father and grandfather who were also aviators,...

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Shakespeare by Bill Bryson

Shakespeare

Bill Bryson

eBook

Bill Bryson's biography of William Shakespeare unravels the superstitions, academic discoveries and myths surrounding the life of our greatest poet and playwright.

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The bite fight by George Willis

The bite fight

George Willis

eBook

The infamous boxing match between Mike Tyson and Evander Holyfield on June 28, 1997, was like none other in the sport's history, and this insightful account of the anticipation, the gruesome fight itself, and the ongoing aftermath of that one night r...

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Let me tell you a story  by Renata Calverley

Let me tell you a story

Renata Calverley

eBook

Przemysl, Poland, 1939. Two-year-old Renata is woken by her Mamusia in the middle of the night and bundled into the basement. The peacock quilt she is wrapped in reminds her of a story about a giant who guards a mysterious place called the Underworld....

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Ordinary stories in an extraordinary world by Aqilah Teo

Ordinary stories in an extraordinary world

Aqilah Teo

eBook

"This book tells the stories of a boy with autism living in a world he views in his own, special way. His take on the routines of daily life would seem, to most people, a plunge into an extraordinary world of the unexpected and inexplicable. As seen ...

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The Highland lady in Ireland by Elizabeth Grant

The Highland lady in Ireland

Elizabeth Grant

eBook

"The early life of Elizabeth Grant of Rothiemurchus, so memorably recorded in her Memoirs of a Highland Lady has had an avid readership since the book's first publication in 1898. This volume takes up the story after she arrives in Ireland, following...

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Unashamedly me by Teraina E. Hird

Unashamedly me

Teraina E. Hird

eBook

At the age of seventeen Teraina, then Terry, first discovered she was really a woman. For the next fifty years she lived in total denial until, in 2007, something stirred within her. In 2008 her wife of thirty three years passed away, allowing Teraina...

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