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  • The Bibliography of Australasian Judaica 1788-2008by Serge Liberman

    Hybrid Publishers 2012; US$ 17.99

    This bibliography includes all traceable self-contained books, monographs, pamphlets and chapters from books which in some way pertain to Jews in Australia and New Zealand between 1788 and 2008 Born in Russia in 1942, Serge Liberman came to Australia in 1951, where he now works as a medical practitioner. As author of several short-story collections... more...

  • Conveyancing Victoriaby Simon Libbis

    Hybrid Publishers 2012; US$ 84.99

    Simon Libbis is the principal of Subdivision Lawyers. Prior to establishing this boutique legal practice he was Executive Director of the National Electronic Conveyancing Office, which was a joint government and industry initiative to establish an electronic conveyancing system across Australia. As well as an extensive career as a specialist property... more...

  • Refugee to Residentby Ibtihal Samarayi

    Hybrid Publishers 2012; US$ 9.99

    An educated girl from a prosperous family in Iraq finds her world turned upside down by circumstances arising from the brutal regime of Saddam Hussein. With her young husband she flees first to Iran, then Turkey, experiencing the humiliation, discomfort and powerlessness of being a refugee. She gives birth to a baby boy, lives in a tiny hut with no... more...

  • Sister, Sisterby Anna Rosner Blay

    Hybrid Publishers 2012; US$ 5.99

    From the busy marketplaces of pre-war Krakow, Poland, to the horror of the Holocaust and the haven of Schindler's factory, to the apparent peace and safety of a suburban backyard in Melbourne, Australia, this is the story of two sisters who miraculously survived. Their extraordinary life stories are interwoven with the childhood and later memories... more...

  • My Mother’s Spice Cupboardby Elana Benjamin

    Hybrid Publishers 2012; US$ 9.99

    My Mother's Spice Cupboard is the true story of the author's Sephardi Jewish family's migration from Baghdad to Bombay (now Mumbai) to Sydney. Unlike most other Australian Jews, her parents were born and grew up in Bombay, and her grandparents came from Iraq, Burma and India. Her father's family immigrated to Sydney, her mother's... more...

  • Inspired Recoveryby Sonya Melbourne

    Hybrid Publishers 2012; US$ 9.99

    Inspired Recovery is a compilation of true stories from people who have achieved their life goals while managing bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, schizoaffective disorder or depression. Julie Edwards has suffered from mental illness her entire life. The eldest of four children born into a destitute family in outback Australia in 1948, Julie was diagnosed... more...

  • Lion Heartsby Henry R Lew

    Hybrid Publishers 2012; US$ 9.99

    ‘An exceptional book about extraordinary people living in extraordinary times. My only regret on completing it is that I have not met any of them personally.’ Christopher BantickA biography of Lonek Lew, the author’s father, told through the lives of over twenty people he was friendly or associated with, a number of whom were historical... more...

  • The Good Boyby John Fiennes

    Hybrid Publishers 2012; US$ 9.99

    The Good Boy is a first-hand account of a young man's struggle with religion, gay sex, marriage and middle-class morality.The writer first looks at the hero's pioneering ancestors and behavioural links across the generations of the extended Irish Catholic families into which he was born. A quiet 'middle' child, he grows through the... more...

  • Pulling Down the Starsby James Laidler

    Hybrid Publishers 2012; US$ 9.99

    Charlie Lansdowne's life is going nowhere ... fast. Trapped at home with his eccentric father, Roger, and his stroke-affected grandfather, Frank, he finds life a daily exercise in dysfunction as three generations of men strive to get along. But when Charlie meets the volatile and tempestuous Maxine - a surfer girl who works at the local abattoir... more...

  • Selective Memoryby Sue Milliken

    Hybrid Publishers 2013; US$ 9.99

    This is a memoir about the Australian film industry, with inside stories about how films are funded and made, and the problems facing a producer. Sue met and worked with some unforgettable characters, including Sidney Nolan, George Johnston and Charmian Clift, Frank Thring, John Meillon, Graham Kennedy, John Hargreaves, Bryan Brown, Graeme Blundell... more...