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 Biography Memoirs

The official biography of Queen Mary, grandmother of the current Queen, originally commissioned in 1959 - with a new foreword by Hugo Vickers.
When Queen Mary died in 1953, James Pope-Hennessy was commissioned to write an official biography of her - unusual for a Queen Conso... read more

Queen Mary

Nobel Peace Prize winner and bestselling author Malala Yousafzai introduces some of the faces behind the statistics and news stories we read or hear every day about the millions of people displaced worldwide.
Malala's experiences travellin... read more

We Are Displaced: My Journey and Stories from Refugee Girls Around the World

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 Biography Memoirs

Kevin Keegan's illustrious career in professional football has marked him out as one of the most charismatic, talented and decorated men in the history of the sport. As a player, he is best known for a legendary 1970s spell at Liverpool under Bill Shankly then Bob Paisley... read more

My Life in Football

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 Biography Memoirs

An uncannily brilliant evocation of the falconers art and a moving story of a man's discovery of how to be a father.
This is a book about a man's relationship with hawks, and his self-education as a falconer, and about his discovery that despite his Asperger's Syndrome, whic... read more

Blood Ties

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 Biography Memoirs

Miss D & Me is a story of two powerful women--one at the end of her life and the other at the beginning--and how they changed each other forever.
As Bette Davis aged, she was looking for an assistant, but she found something more t... read more

Miss D and Me: Life with the Invincible Bette Davis

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 Biography Memoirs

Its 125 years since New Zealand women won the right to vote. But the battle for the right to so much else is ongoing. This first volume in the Te Papa Thinking About series brings together provocative, insightful and energetically argued essays by 12 leading New Zealand writers and... read more

Women Now

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 Biography Memoirs

Hours after the 2011 Christchuch Earthquake, Kaikoura-based doctor Chris Henry crawled through the burning CTV building to rescue those who were trapped. Six years later, his daughter Chessie interviews him in an attempt to understand the trauma that led her father to burn... read more

We Can Make a Life

The story of Keith Murdoch is the great unsolved mystery of world rugby. The All Black who was sent home from the tour of the British Isles in 1972 and who exiled himself to the vastness of the Australian outback remains a banner headline in rugby mem... read more

Murdoch - The All Black Who Never Returned

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 Biography Memoirs

Memory Pieces is an intimate and evocative memoir in three parts. `Double Unit' tells the story of Maurice Gee's parents - Lyndahl Chapple Gee, a talented writer who for reasons that become clear never went on with a writing career, and Len Gee, a boxer, builder, and man's man.... read more

Memory Pieces

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 Biography Memoirs

Series:Vintage Classics

"The Worst Journey in the World" is a gripping account of an expedition gone disastrously wrong. One of the youngest members of Scott's team, Apsley Cherry-Garrard was later part of the rescue party that found the frozen bodies of Scott and the... read more

The Worst Journey In The World (Vintage Classics)

Twelve boys and one coach; ten kilometers of tunnels; one huge rescue effort. When a team of soccer players from the Wild Boar Academy Football Club - a scrappy club of undocumented migrants and outcasts - became stran... read more

The Cave: The Inspirational Inside Story of the Thai Soccer Team Rescue

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 Biography Memoirs

For over twenty years, people turned to A. A. Gill's columns every Sunday - for his fearlessness, his perception, and the laughter-and-tear-provoking one-liners - but mostly because he was the best. 'By miles the most brilliant journalist of our age', as Lynn Barber p... read more

The Best of A. A. Gill