Fascinating lives – biographies and memoirs

Margaret Olley: far from a still life by Meg Stewart
Memoirs of a rebel journalist: the autobiography of Wilfred Burchett
Richard Spencer: Napoleonic War naval hero and Australian pioneer by Gwen ChessellJean-Paul Sartre : a life by Annie Cohen-Solal
Morris West : literary maverick by Maryanne Confoy
Blue ribbons, bitter bread: the life of Joice NanKivell Loch by Susanna de Vries
Rica Erickson: a naturalist’s life by Rica Erickson
The Andrew Gaze story: a kid, a ball, a dream by Andrew Gaze with Grantley Bernard
Standing on his own two feet: a diary of dying by Sue Grant
How to be French by Margaret Ambrose
Balanda: my year in Arnhem Land by Mary Ellen Jordan
The magician’s son by Sandy McCutcheon
A man’s got to have a hobby: long summers with my dad by William McInnes
Judy Cassab: a portrait by Brenda Niall
John Kenneth Galbraith: his life, his politics, his economics by Richard Parker
Desperately seeking paradise: journeys of a sceptical Muslim by Ziauddin Sardar
Velocity: a memoir by Mandy Sayer
A hundred and one days: a Baghdad journal by Åsne Seierstad
Eurydice Street: a place in Athens by Sofka Zinovieff
Under the mulga: a bush memoir by Jim Gasteen
Diving off the ironing board by Di McCauley
Truth and beauty: a friendship by Ann Patchett
Mary Proctor: convict, pioneer and settler by Jeff Atkinson
Brotherboys : the story of Jim and Phillip Krakouer by Sean Gorman
In my skin by Kate Holden
Carson: the man who divided Ireland by Geoffrey Lewis
The mystery of Olga Chekhova by Antony Beevor

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