The original autobiography of a 20th century Australian superstar, updated with a new biographical chapter covering the time from its publication in 1985 to his death in 2008, and almost to the present day. It includes more than 200 photos and illustrations.
An affectionate and entertaining book on Prince Philips straight-forward views of himself, the Queen and others.
Let There Be Rock is the definitive story of AC/DC’s rise to the pinnacle of rock ‘n’ roll’s stratosphere. Learn how this group of Australian mates became one of the few truly legendary rock and roll bands in history.
Buckingham Palace’s greatest fear came true when the FBI arrested Prince Andrew’s friend Jeffrey Epstein on charges of under-age sex trafficking.
Charles Martin was an Englishman who made a lasting impact on Australian science in the first half of the twentieth century. This illustrated book describes his life and various breakthroughs, as head of the Lister institute, in the allied forces in WW2, and on myxomatosis with the CSIRO. He brought modern experimental science to Australia.
Behind Dark Eyes tells the complete, authorised story of Jon English, the pop star and actor with 70s/80s hits such as Hollywood Seven, Six Ribbons and Hot Town, and the star of shows such as Pirates of Penzance and Jesus Christ Superstar. The book tells of these massive highs, but also of his later struggles and his tragic, untimely death in 2016.
Ron Taylor’s broad involvement with horse racing from 1948, when he began his journalistic career, to the present day has given him a knowledge of the sport and its participants that is unique in the industry today.