The story of John Flynn, and his creation of the Royal Flying Doctor Service in Australias Outback in the 1920s.
It would be hard to find a more satisfying hero than the young warrior Red Kangaroo, who by his mental and physical prowess became a chief of his tribe - the revered and powerful Red Chief of the Gunnedah district in northern New South Wales.
The true story of Horrie the Wog-Dog who was adopted by the Australian Signal Platoon of the Machine Gun Battalion, in spite of all rules against keeping pets, and how Horrie not only won his stripes as a valuable addition to the group but had the further distinction of being smuggled into Australia on their return.
Set in 1920s Sydney, the heyday of Theosophy and other new religions, Towards a Better World explores a time bursting with new and exciting ideas - but also with rumours concerning clergy and young boys. Based on family stories and careful research.
Originally serialised in 1929, and out of print for 90 years, The Girl Who Helped Ned Kelly was written within the life spans of people who knew the Kellys – including interviews with Ned’s brother Jim, while Ellen Kelly died only a few years before publication. This is one of the earliest romanticised fictions of Ned Kelly.
Silver was the codename for the only quintuple spy of the Second World War, spying for the Italians, Germans, Japanese, Soviets and the British. The Germans awarded him the Iron Cross, Germany s highest military decoration, and paid him 2.5 million in today s money. In reality Silver deceived the Nazis on behalf of the Soviets and the British. ......