THE INNER SELFHugh MackayPaperback RRP $34.99May release,advance orderswelcomeThe Inner Self isa book about theways we hide fromthe truth aboutourselves - both asindividuals and ashuman beings - andthe psychologicalfreedom we enjoywhen we finally face that most searching questionof all: 'Who am I, really?'Hugh Mackay, one of Australia's most respectedsocial psychologists, explores our 'top 20' hidingplaces - from addiction to materialism, nostalgiato victimhood. His explanation for our evasivenessis simple but profound: we fear thedemands of love.MISSINGWILLIAM TYRRELLCarolineOveringtonPaperback RRP $34.99On Friday 12September 2014,William Tyrrell - aplayful three-year-oldboy dressed in a fireenginered Spider-Mansuit - disappeared froma quiet street in broaddaylight. No trace ofWilliam - not a shoe,not a hair - has ever been found. How can achild simply disappear? From best-selling authorand Walkley Award-winning journalist, CarolineOverington, Missing William Tyrrell is a compellingexploration of one of Australia's mostbaffling and heartbreaking mysteries.HIDDEN HANDClive Hamilton &Mareike OhlbergPaperback RRP $32.99April release,advance orders welcomeIn this landmark follow-upto the bestselling SilentInvasion, Hidden Handcombines meticulousresearch with compellingprose, to bring to light theChinese Communist Party's threats to democraticfreedoms and national sovereignty across Europeand North America – and show how we might pushback against its autocratic influence.WE CAN'T SAY WEDIDN'T KNOWSophie McNeillPaperback RRP $34.99Award-winning ABCjournalist Sophie McNeillhas reported on someof the most war-ravagedand oppressive placeson earth. Now, Sophietells the human storiesof devastation and hopebehind the headlines - of children, families andrefugees, of valiant doctors, steadfast dissidentsand Saudi women seeking asylum.THE GHOST AND THEBOUNTY HUNTERAdam CourtenayPaperback RRP $29.99By the bestselling authorof The Ship That NeverWas, this is the fascinatingand poignant true story ofescaped convict WilliamBuckley, bounty hunterJohn Batman and thetheft of Kulin country, which gave rise tothe birth of Melbourne.SOLVED!: HOW OTHERCOUNTRIES HAVECRACKED THE WORLD'SBIGGEST PROBLEMSAND WE CAN TOOAndrew WearPaperback RRP $29.99We don’t have to look farto tackle humanity’s mostpressing concerns.Solved! is a much-neededdose of optimism in anatmosphere of doom and gloom, a toolkit for thoseseeking social change. Informative, accessible andrevelatory, it shows the solutions exist – we just needto know where to find them.THE FUTURE OF USLiz AllenPaperback RRP $29.99April release,advance orders welcomeKnowing who, where, andhow many of us there are isa powerful force that helpsus understand the way welive now and, as Liz Allenpowerfully shows, allowsus to create a better future.With energy and passion, demographer Liz Allenexplains what it all means and how we can use thisinformation to make Australia better.GOING DARKJulia EbnerPaperback RRP $29.99In Going Dark, Ebner takesthe reader on a deeplycompulsive journey into thedarkest recesses of onlineextremism, exposing howclosely we are surrounded bytheir fanatical ideology everyday, the changing nature andpractice of these groups,and what is being done to counter them.Hardbacks RRP $17.99 eachWIN A SET OFI KNOW THIS TO BE TRUETITLESCreated in collaboration with the Nelson Mandela Foundation,I Know This to Be True is an uplifting new series inspired by his legacy.Extraordinary figures from diverse backgrounds answer the samequestions, sharing their compelling stories, guiding ideals, and insightfulwisdom. The result is a collection brimming with messages of leadership,courage, compassion, and hope. Delivered in lovely, giftable hardcoverswith vivid photographic portraits throughout, these books offerencouragement and guidance to future leaders, and anyonehoping to make a positive impact on the world.For your chance to win a set of 6 I Know This to be True titles worth over $100, simply purchase anybook from this catalogue at your local independent bookseller and tell us what extraordinary figureyou would like to see next in this series. Go to the competition page at www.indies.com.au to viewfull terms and conditions and enter your details. Competition closes 30 June 2020.
THE RATLINEPhilippe SandsPaperback RRP $34.99May release,advance orders welcomePhilippe Sands sets out touncover the truth behindwhat happened to leadingNazi Otto von Wächter,indicted for mass murder,he went on the run atthe end of the war. Whilepreparing to travel to Argentina on the 'ratline' hedied unexpectedly a few days after having lunch withan 'old comrade' whom he suspected of having beenrecruited by the Americans. What was Wächter doingwhile in hiding, and what exactly caused his death?TOP END GIRLMiranda TapsellPaperback RRP $32.99May release,advance orders welcomeFrom Kakadu to Cannes- an entertaining andthought-provoking memoirfrom actor, activist andAustralia's sweetheart,Miranda Tapsell. Writer,producer and star of the boxoffice hit Top End Wedding, Miranda shares the pathshe took to create a moving film about re-connectionto family and culture at the same time as she wasplanning her own wedding, while holding a mirror upto the society we live in to show the prejudice that toooften surfaces.I WANT YOU TO KNOWWERE STILL HEREEsther Safran FoerPaperback RRP $32.99May release,advance orders welcomeA moving and powerfulinter-generational memoirabout story and memory.This is the true story of fourgenerations who have beendealing with the Holocaustand its aftermath. We are four generations, survivorsand survivors of survivors, storytellers and memorykeepers. And we’re still here.DISPLACEDJohn KinsellaPaperback RRP $29.99John Kinsella's memoirof his rural life takes usdeep into the heart ofwhat it means to belongand unbelong. The joysand travails of childhood,adult addictions, misstepsand changing directionsare acutely captured inpoignant and poetic detail. At once tender, urgentand intelligent, Displaced is ultimately a call topersonal action.DADDY COOLDarleen BungeyPaperback RRP $32.99May release,advance orders welcomeA captivating, generousand exquisitely writtenmemoir of family and adaughter discovering herfather's multi-layered life.Who can ever truly knowtheir parents? Seekinganswers, Darleen Bungey turns her forensicskills on her own family, exploring her father'smulti-layered and at times tempestuous life with atruthful eye and loving heart.RISING HEARTAminataConteh-BigerPaperback RRP $34.99May release,advance orders welcomeThe astonishing tale of awoman determined to turnher trauma into the powerfor good in the world.In 1999, Sierra Leoneteenager Aminata Conteh-Biger was kidnapped during the brutal civil war andwas held captive for months.On her release, barely twenty years old, she wasput on a plane and flown to Australia to start again.Refusing to let her trauma define her, she nowhelps the women of Sierra Leone.UNTETHEREDHayley KatzenPaperback RRP $32.99May release,advance orders welcomeWhen South AfricanJewish academic HayleyKatzen moves to a remoteAustralian cattle propertyto live with her farmergirlfriend, she hopes, atlast, to find home. Part lovestory and part off-the-grid adventure, Untetheredis a powerful reminder that home can be found inmany forms.PATHFINDERSMichael BennettPaperback RRP $34.99Pathfinders brings theskilled and diverse workof trackers not onlyto the forefront of lawenforcement history butto the general sharedhistories of black andwhite Australia. Thisimportant book revealsthat their work grew out of traditional society andwas sustained by the vast family networks thatendure to this day.OURBEAUTIFULFRONTCOVERPHOSPHORESCENCEJulia Baird Hardback RRP $32.99A beautiful, intimate and inspiring investigation intohow we can find and nurture within ourselves thatessential quality of internal happiness - the 'lightwithin' that Julia Baird calls 'phosphorescence' -which will sustain us even through the darkest times.A BIGGERPICTUREMalcolm TurnbullHardbackRRP $55.00April release,advance orderswelcomeMalcolm Turnbullrecounts theremarkable story ofhis life in this livelypolitical page-turner.Not just for politicaljunkies, A Bigger Picture explores the strengthsand vulnerabilities of one of Australia’s bestknownand most dynamic business and politicalleaders, from growing up in Sydney with a singlefather, to defending 'Spycatcher' Peter Wright, torepresenting Kerry Packer, leading the RepublicanMovement and finally toppling Tony Abbott tobecome prime minister of Australia. For the firsttime Malcolm Turnbull tells it all – in his own words.TRUGANINICassandra PybusPaperbackRRP $32.99The haunting storyof the extraordinaryAboriginal womanbehind the myth of'the last TasmanianAborigine'. For nearlyseven decades,Truganini lived througha psychological andcultural shift moreextreme than we can imagine. But her life was muchmore than a regrettable tragedy. Now Cassandrahas examined the original eyewitness accountsto write Truganini's extraordinary story in full.'A compelling story, beautifully told' - JULIA BAIRD,author and broadcaster.This catalogue is printed on paper which is fully PEFC Certified (Programme for the Endorsement of Forest Certification scheme), a program which promotes the sustainable management of forests.In addition, the paper is Australian Made with 92% of the energy used coming from renewable sources providing an environmentally friendly paper with a low carbon footprint. The pulp was bleached using totallyChlorine Free (TCF) process. 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