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Random House New Zealand

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  • The Writers' Festivalby Stephanie Johnson

    Random House New Zealand 2015; Not Available

    Wit, compassion and insight combine in this entertaining novel that explores the politics and human comedy behind writers' festivals and the publishing industry. Writers' festivals can be hotbeds of literary and romantic intrigue, and the Oceania is up there with the best of them. Rookie director Rae McKay, recently returned from New York, fears... more...

  • The Good Life on Te Muna Roadby Deborah Coddington

    Random House New Zealand 2015; Not Available

    An engaging, affectionate reflection on finding love, making wine, and life in a small rural community. The first time Deborah Coddington lived in Martinborough was in the height of the hippy era, when the old mansion Waiura attracted poets, protesters, novelists, photographers, artists and activists. It was a counter-culture scene of some... more...

  • Owen Marshall Selected Storiesby Vincent O'Sullivan

    Random House New Zealand 2010; US$ 16.39

    A new and generous selection from New Zealand's foremost writer of short stories. Peter Simpson in reviewing Owen Marshall's stories in the New Zealand Listener wrote: 'Marshall is held in uncommon affection by New Zealand readers - generally we admire and respect rather than love our writers.' This love is perhaps evoked not just by the superb... more...

  • Pressing the Right Buttonsby Allison Mooney

    Random House New Zealand 2010; US$ 16.39

    A business book with a sense of humour, on how to develop people skills in a work environment using personality types. To be successful at any level in the business world, you need to be able to work with a variety of people, communicate with them, and keep them happy. This book provides a simple framework for analysing personality types and will... more...

  • Oh Babyby Kathy Fray

    Random House New Zealand 2010; US$ 19.81

    Much-recommended by new mothers, this is the only book you'll need for the best baby advice Refreshingly honest, openly frank and candidly blunt, this book has been written by a mother for other mothers. It oozes with warm fuzzies, it reeks of mumsy terms, it exudes realism in every paragraph and it is refreshing in its guiltless honesty. Modern... more...

  • Jaquie Brown's Guide to Everythingby Jaquie Brown

    Random House New Zealand 2010; US$ 17.76

    Everything you need to know, and more. If you're a modern, good-looking human, you need Jaquie Brown's Guide to Everything (and recipes and quizzes). From food and your body to animals, birds and the environment, from fashion and being cool to love, romance and dating, all the important stuff is in this book. And if you find it unsatisfying (unlikely),... more...

  • Bird On a Wireby Theresa Gattung

    Random House New Zealand 2010; US$ 16.39

    Inside the high pressure, brutalising CEO world with New Zealand's highest profile businesswoman. No woman has ever risen as far in the corporate world as former Telecom CEO Theresa Gattung. Her appointment, at a young age and from the marking ranks, astounded the country, and her leadership of the big telco that Kiwis love to hate was never far... more...

  • Blake: Leaderby Mark Orams

    Random House New Zealand 2010; US$ 19.81

    How to lead winning teams: an insider's insight into the leadership of yachting legend Sir Peter Blake. New Zealand lost one of its favourite sons when Sir Peter Blake was shot and killed in the Amazon in late 2001. Blake had become a icon after leading New Zealand to victory in the 1995 and 2000 America's Cups, following earlier successes in the... more...

  • Growing Great Marriagesby Ian Grant; Mary Grant

    Random House New Zealand 2010; US$ 25.93

    Best-selling relationship gurus show you how to gain new insights and ideas that will build intimacy and add spice to your relationship. Ian and Mary Grant maintain that the two great human desires are to know that we can love and that we can be loved. In their latest book, they give skills and tips on how to maintain your relationship with your... more...

  • Heart of Coalby Jenny Pattrick

    Random House New Zealand 2010; US$ 16.39

    A compelling sequel to the best-selling novel The Denniston Rose. Eighteen years have passed since the child Rose arrived on Denniston, riding up the terrifying Incline on a stormy night. She has now grown into a young woman, intelligent and talented, with an outrageous zest for life. The trauma of her early years seems forgotten, though some recognise... more...