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How everyday Russians survive and thrive under Putin's rule, from The New Yorker's correspondent in Moscow.
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The inspiring autobiography of one of Australia's most influential women, from journalist to policy maker to change agent at large.
David Lan's evocative, fast-paced memoir takes us all over the globe, introducing us to an extraordinary cast of characters, places and experiences, both on stage and off.
THE STORY OF THE NEW KING OF THE KOP
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A second volume of Jan Morris' diaries, life through the eyes of a legendary writer in her ninth decade.
Alice Achan and Philippa Tyndale
The powerful and uplifting story of one Ugandan woman who has given hope to hundreds of female victims of war and violence
The haunting story of the extraordinary Aboriginal woman behind the myth of 'the last Tasmanian Aborigine'.
From award-winning journalist and film-maker Harriet Shawcross comes a deeply personal exploration of silence, taboo and how and why words fail us.
A wise and witty exploration of suburbia from music icon Tracey Thorn; singer-songwriter and bestselling author of Bedsit Disco Queen.
A hilarious, embarrassing collection of misadventures from the Costa-winning author of Dadland.