As a key player during the election campaign and transition, and Donald Trump's press secretary for the first seven months in the White House, Sean Spicer found himself on the front line between Trump and the press - regularly jousting with the media and having to explain the President's policy deci..
Mary Frith was born in London in the 1580s, and she became one of the city's most famous, and infamous, women in the first half of the seventeenth century. Turning her back on servitude and drudgery, Mary instead carved out a life of excitement and scandal that led to the London stage, Newgate priso..
Borderline personality disorder (BPD) affects more than ten million Americans, yet the disorder is shrouded in mystery. Only recently have treatments like dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) been developed for this 'incurable' condition that causes chaotic and unstable moods, self-injury and/or suici..
Meet Stan and his mates. All football fanatics, all enthusiastic followers of the English national team - so far, so normal, right? Wrong. You've probably already spotted them on TV, or maybe at an England match. They're the group of blokes all dressed up as St George. In this hilarious book, Stan ..
For over 40 years the murder of Harvey and Jeanette Crewe has been the great unsolved mystery of NZ criminal history. Local farmer Arthur Allan Thomas was twice convicted of their murders but was later given a Royal Pardon. In this comprehensive anatomy of the investigation Veteran journalist and br..
Scotch Paterson was born in Scotland in 1911 and emigrated here at age ten. In World War II, despite his pacifist ideals, he went to Italy to fight in the Allied cause. This is the candid story of his service, first as a corporal, then as a commissioned officer. CASSINO to TRIESTE documents the dema..
Returning home for the first time in 10 years, Sequoia Schmidt sets out to complete a 28 day solo cycle of New Zealand. This will be her first time home since the deaths of her father and brother in a tragic climbing accident. Changing Gears describes Sequoia's experiences with grief, loss and recov..
The writings of one of the greatest icons of the twentieth century - revolutionary leader Che Guevara. These diaries follow on from the events recorded in the 'Motorcycle Diaries' and recount the experiences that would make Che a figure known around the world. The people of Cuba struggled against i..
Claude Monet's tranquil water-lily paintings and rural landscape scenes are among some of the most treasured artworks of the 19th and 20th centuries. Hailed as the 'Prince of Impressionism' for his pioneering role in the French artistic movement, Monet is widely recognised for his free brushstroke a..