Candidates Disease

This is the latest in a string of books penned by ex-pollie Peter Breen. Described by the Byron Bay-based lawyer as a “cheerful romp through…

The Seventies

Welcome to the decade when the White Australia policy was abolished and the ABC broadcast its first female newsreader. Historian Michelle Arrow sling-shots readers through…

The Marketer’s Guide to Law Firms

The blurb on the back cover of this book asks: “Are you a marketer or business development professional who works in a law firm and…

The Ethical Leader

A manager who you can trust, who builds trust, and sees value in nurturing trust within an organisation? Sounds like fiction. In this book, Witzel…

Any Ordinary Day

Do you ever feel like your life has been so blessed that it makes you terrifyingly vulnerable?

All the tears in China

A business trip to China in 1935 is brought to life in the ninth book of this Australian-styled crime series. Rowland Sinclair, an artist from…

Capturing Nature: Early scientific photography at the Australian Museum 1857-1893

As Kim McKay, Director and CEO of the Australian Museum, writes in the foreword to this beautiful book, it seems unimaginable that there was a…

The Price of Fortune

Finance journalist Damon Kitney spent six months on and off with James Packer for The Price of Fortune, an impressive biography of the son of…

The Perils of Perception

Pick a topic, any topic. How much do you think you know to carry a credible conversation?

The Scandalous Freddie McEvoy

Frank Walker recounts the extraordinary true story of Freddie McEvoy’s ability to live large in a post-war, post-depression world without visible means of support.