August 2020 Adult Non Fiction
Category: S&S BIOGRAPHY
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TitleTell Me Why
AuthorRoach, Archie
FormatPaperback
CategoryS&S BIOGRAPHY
Trim Size15 x 23 cm
ISBN-139781760854539
On Sale Date05/08/20
Aus Price32.99
NZ Price37.99
Pages384
A powerful memoir of a true Australian legend: stolen child, musical and lyrical genius, and leader.
TitleThe Other Side of Absence
AuthorO'Neill, Betty
FormatPaperback
CategoryS&S BIOGRAPHY
Trim Size15 x 23 cm
ISBN-139781920727680
On Sale Date05/08/20
Aus Price32.99
NZ Price37.99
Pages352
Betty O’Neill faces the disturbing truths buried within her family, as she uncovers the mystery of her absent father: an Auschwitz survivor, Polish resistance fighter and damaged, haunted man.
 
TitleThe Art of Her Deal
AuthorJordan, Mary
FormatHardcover
CategoryS&S BIOGRAPHY
Trim Size23 x 15 cm
ISBN-139781982113407
On Sale Date07/07/20
Aus Price49.99
NZ Price55
Pages352
The first biography of Melania Trump by a Pulitzer Prize winning reporter, The Art of Her Deal shows the First Lady to be the most influential person in her husband’s orbit, with a long history of taking full command of her life. AVAILABLE JULY
TitleYoung Castro
AuthorHansen, Jonathan M
FormatPaperback
CategoryS&S BIOGRAPHY
Trim Size21 x 14 cm
ISBN-139781476732480
On Sale Date05/08/20
Aus Price29.99
NZ Price35
Pages512
This intimate, revisionist portrait of Fidel Castro, showing how an unlikely young Cuban led his country in revolution and transfixed the world, is “sure to become the standard on Castro’s early life” (Publishers Weekly).
TitleYou're Not Special
AuthorRienks, Meghan
FormatHardcover
CategoryS&S BIOGRAPHY
Trim Size23 x 15 cm
ISBN-139781982110109
On Sale Date05/08/20
Aus Price39.99
NZ Price45
Pages288
In her first-ever (sort of) memoir, the beloved actor and YouTube sensation gets personal about everything from mental health to drunken debaucheries.
TitleJulius Evola
Authorde Turris, Gianfranco
FormatHardcover
CategoryS&S BIOGRAPHY
Trim Size23 x 15 cm
ISBN-139781620558065
On Sale Date01/08/20
Aus Price56.99
NZ Price59.99
Pages320
An intimate portrait of Julius Evola and his wartime activities that rebuts many of the Fascist pseudo-myths about him.