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  • My Other Worldby Margaret Whitlam

    Allen & Unwin 2001; US$ 19.95

    One of Australia's best-loved public figures tells the very personal story of her great love for travelling. The coach waiting for us at the airport was driven by Richard. His only English words were 'no problem' but he was an excellent driver, negotiating the sometimes tortuous French roads in his big white bus...On the first tour, we kept noticing... more...

  • Seasons of Her Lifeby Ann Blackman

    Scribner 1999; US$ 27.00

    When Madeleine Korbel Albright was sworn in as secretary of state in January 1997, she made headlines around the world. She was the first woman to rise to the top tier of American government and had a reputation for defining foreign policy in blunt one-liners that voters could understand. When her Jewish heritage was disclosed, people were intrigued... more...

  • Don't Let's Go to the Dogs Tonightby Alexandra Fuller

    Random House Publishing Group 2002; US$ 16.00

    When the ship veered into the Cape of Good Hope, Mum caught the spicy, heady scent of Africa on the changing wind. She smelled the people: raw onions and salt, the smell of people who are not afraid to eat meat, and who smoke fish over open fires on the beach and who pound maize into meal and who work out-of-doors. She held me up to face the earthy... more...

  • Playgroundby Jennifer Saginor

    HarperCollins 2005; US$ 10.99

    You are six years old. Every day after school your father takes you to a sprawling castle filled with exotic animals, bowls of candy, and half-naked women catering to your every need. Welcome to the world of Playground , the true story of a young girl who grew up inside the Playboy Mansion. By the time she was fourteen, she'd done countless drugs,... more...

  • Tell Them I Didn't Cryby Jackie Spinner; Jenny Spinner; David Ignatius

    Scribner 2006; US$ 18.99

    When she arrived in Iraq in May 2004 as the most junior member of the Washington Post bureau staff, Jackie Spinner entered a war zone where traditional reporting had become impossible. Bombs were a daily occurrence and kidnapping an ever-present threat for American journalists. Yet "the longer I stayed, the more Iraq felt like my home," she writes.... more...

  • Hackby Melissa Plaut

    Random House Publishing Group 2007; US$ 14.00

    ?I had always thought about driving a cab, just thought it?d be interesting and different, a good way to make money. But it always seemed like a fleeting whim, a funny idea, something I would never actually do.? In her late twenties and after a series of unsatisfying office jobs, Melissa Plaut decided she was going to stop worrying about what to do... more...

  • Mixedby Angela Nissel

    Random House Publishing Group 2007; US$ 12.95

    ?Tell anyone who asks that you?re half-black and half-white, just like David Hasselhoff from Knight Rider.??Angela?s mother ?Love has no color,? insist Angela Nissel?s parents, but does it have a clue? In this candid, funny, and poignant memoir, Angela recounts growing up biracial in Philadelphia?moving back and forth between black inner-city schools... more...

  • Dispatches from a Not-So-Perfect Lifeby Faulkner Fox

    Crown Publishing Group 2007; US$ 12.00

    When Salon.com published Faulkner Fox?s article on motherhood, ?What I Learned from Losing My Mind,? the response was so overwhelming that Salon reran the piece twice. The experience made Faulkner realize that she was not alone?that the country is full of women who are anxious and conflicted about their roles as mothers and wives. In Dispatches from... more...

  • The Language of Baklavaby Diana Abu-Jaber

    Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group 2007; US$ 15.95

    Diana Abu-Jaber?s vibrant, humorous memoir weaves together stories of being raised by a food-obsessed Jordanian father with tales of Lake Ontario shish kabob cookouts and goat stew feasts under Bedouin tents in the desert. These sensuously evoked repasts, complete with recipes, in turn illuminate the two cultures of Diana's childhood?American and Jordanian?while... more...

  • Persian Girlsby Nahid Rachlin

    Penguin Group US 2007; US$ 14.95

    For many years, heartache prevented Nahid Rachlin from turning her sharp novelist's eye inward: to tell the story of how her own life diverged from that of her closest confidante and beloved sister, Pari. Growing up in Iran, both refused to accept traditional Muslim mores, and dreamed of careers in literature and on the stage. Their lives changed abruptly... more...