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  • Gimme Shelterby Paul Field

    Bonnier Publishing Australia 2017; US$ 9.99

    For many returned service men and women, coming home is when the battle really begins. Haunted by their experiences at the frontline of conflict, 20 special Australians share deeply personal and often hidden stories of the ultimate struggle – to return to physical and mental health and be able to take their place in civilian life. Among them is... more...

  • Same Sex Love 1700-1957by Gill Rossini

    Pen and Sword 2017; US$ 11.14

    Family history is often seen as the stories of people who were part of a traditional family unit, married to someone of the opposite gender, had children and lived their lives as 'normally' as possible. But what of the relatives who could not accept that this was the life for them, and were attracted to same-sex partners? Was it possible for them... more...

  • Finding Hope in the Age of Anxietyby Claire Hayes

    Gill Books 2017; US$ 7.99

    Taking a self-compassionate approach, Dr Claire Hayes presents anxiety as a normal part of every stage of life, from childhood through to adolescence and adulthood. Using the principles of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Dr Hayes helps us to recognise, understand and take control of the unhelpful thoughts, beliefs and actions that cause anxiety. ... more...

  • The New Rulesby Catherine Hakim

    Gibson Square 2017; US$ 11.99

    ‘A masterwork.’THE INDEPENDENT‘Too juicy to ignore.’THE TIMES‘The grown-up way to love.’SUNDAY TIMES‘The recipe for happiness?’TELEGRAPH‘How we manage love and relationships.’OBSERVER‘Can having an affair save your marriage?’Bel Mooney, DAILY MAILIs the internet changing the relationship between the sexes? While eighty per cent of those interviewed... more...

  • Even to the Edge of Doomby William Schiff; Rosalie Schiff

    The History Press 2016; US$ 5.99

    In 1943 William and Rosalie Schiff, newly married in the Krakow Ghetto, were forcibly separated and sent on individual journeys through a 'surreal maze of hate'. Saved by the legendary Oscar Schindler, they were reunited at the Plaszow work camp, where they were at the mercy of the bestial SS commandant Amon Goth. When Rosalie was shipped out for... more...

  • The Little Book of Flirtingby Sadie Cayman

    Summersdale Publishers Ltd 2016; US$ 3.99

    Packed with essential guidance for everyone from flirting first-timers to experienced seducers looking for some fresh inspiration, this book includes flirting tips, tricks and trivia guaranteed to help even the most reluctant flirts find success! It’s goodbye to dull nights out (and in), and hello to a world of flirting fun! more...

  • My Mother's Houseby David Armand

    Texas Review Press 2016; Not Available

    Set in the bucolic, yet brutal South of his youth, My Mother’s House is a memoir by novelist David Armand. It recounts the young author’s early memories of being born to a schizophrenic mother, then given up for adoption, only to be raised in a home with an alcoholic and abusive step-father. In this sharply-remembered portrait of the people and... more...

  • The Little Book of Chat Up Linesby Jake Harris

    Summersdale Publishers Ltd 2015; US$ 4.99

    From Classic Romantic to Speed Seduction, plus Killer Put-downs and Hot Tips on body language and online dating, this is the only ammunition you'll need to win over the one you want. more...

  • Between a Road and a Hard Placeby Marlin W. Marx

    Publish Green 2015; US$ 2.99

    Most people hitchhike only as an emergency measure. As soon as all is well they toss their thumb back in the drawer. Some do it for a little adventure between semesters, and then they continue with their planned out lives. Marlindid it because there was little else he could handle emotionally. His emergency was never over. He had no college to return... more...

  • Hush Now, Babyby Angela W. Williams

    Texas Review Press 2015; Not Available

    Hush Now, Baby is the story of how a little white girl climbed out of an uneasy childhood in the segregated South…on the backbone of a black woman who loved her unabashedly. A host of African-American women permeated Southern families. One of those stalwart women was Eva Aiken, a central figure in the author’s life from her birth…until Eva staged... more...