The Gripping First-hand Account of the Helicopter War in the Falklands
by Harry Benson
In April 1982 Harry Benson was a 21-year-old Royal Navy commando helicopter pilot, fresh out of training and one of the youngest helicopter pilots to serve in the Falklands War. These pilots, nicknamed 'junglies', flew most of the land-based ...
by Michael Krupa
Michael Krupa was born into a poor family in south-west Poland, and in his teens was accepted into a Jesuit seminary. He ran away before taking his final vows and joined the army. Soon afterwards, the German tanks rolled into Poland and easily ...
The Untold Story Behind Schapelle Corby's Ill-fated Drug Run
by Eamon Duff & Eamonn Duff
A reckless father, his dark past, an Adelaide drug trafficker and the Gold Coast beauty school dropout who kept her mouth shut. This is the explosive untold story of Schapelle Corby and how she took the rap for her father's drug syndicate.
The True Story of One Man's Journey
by Crespigny Robin De & Robin de Crespigny
After his father, brother and he were incarcerated and tortured in Saddam's Abu Ghraib, Ali al Jenabi escaped from Iraq first to work with the anti-Saddam resistance in Iran and then to help his family out of the country all together.
Fighting Crime from the Frontline
by Charlie Bezzina
Charlie Bezzina was one of Victoria's top homicide detectives.In his 17 years in the Homicide Squad, he investigated more than 300 suspicious deaths, including 150 murders - among them the crimes of serial killer Paul Denyer, the killing of ...
The Only First Hand Account of the Navy SEAL Mission That Killed Osama Bin Laden
by Mark Owen & Kevin Maurer
For the first time anywhere, a first-person account of the planning <br>and execution of the Bin Laden raid from inside the US Navy SEAL <br>team who carried out the extraordinary mission to kill the terrorist <br>mastermind. <br>From the streets ...
Sue Logue, Strom Thurmond, and the Bloody Logue-Timmerman Feud
by Anna Flowers
"Ms. Flowers spins a great tale of juicy Southern hospitality, bodacious family feuds, insidious betrayals, and gunslinging, vigilante justice that makes the OK Corral dust-up look like a Sunday afternoon picnic in the park." - Carol Jose, ...
by Anthony Hill
Young Bill is the true story of the suffering - and survival - of an underage prisoner-of-war during World War II. Bill Young, who is still alive, enlised in the army in July 1941 aged only 15, though he said he was 19. He went to Singapore, was ...
Australia's Greatest Self-made Heroes
by Evan McHugh
From the first convict runaways to the spectacular showdown that ended Ned Kelly's career, Evan McHugh delivers true tales of daring exploits and a cast of roguish characters who blazed their place into Australian history. These are incredible ...
A Nightmare Come True. A Mother's Courage. A Desperate Fight for Justice.
by Ann Ming
In this incredible and moving memoir, a mother tells of her fight for justice to convict her daughter's murderer for a crime that he thought could never be punished. When her 22-year-old daughter, Julie, went missing in the night, Ann Ming was ...
The Untold Story of America's Most Shocking Bank Robbery
by Jerry Clark & Ed Palattella
On August 28, 2003, in the suburbs of Erie, Pennsylvania, a pizza delivery man named Brian Wells was accosted by several men who locked a time bomb around his neck. They then ordered him to rob a bank. After delivering the money, he would receive ...
by D Dugan
Darcy Dugan, career criminal, escape artist, scourge of the authorities and corrupt police, can now add master storyteller to his bag of tricks. Written in his own words during his long years in prison, smuggled out to keep it safe from his ...
by Ed Macy
The true story of one man's determination to master the world's deadliest helicopter and of a split-second decision that changed the face of modern warfare. May 2006. Pilot Ed Macy arrives in Afghanistan with a contingent of the Apache AH Mk1.
Public Reactions to Serial Murder
by Joseph C. Fisher
In 1973, teenage girls began disappearing from Folly Beach, a small town on a barrier island in South Carolina. Initially thought by police to be a spate of runaways, the real story emerged when a police officer on patrol heard a cry for help and ...
Heart-warming Stories of Canine Devotion and Bravery
by Isabel George
A second collection of incredible and heart-warming canine stories from around the world, from the bestselling author of The Dog That Saved My Life. Animals have accompanied man into battle since war first waged. Since those times, many stories ...
An Investigation into the Macabre ID-ENTITY of the Serial Killer
by Bonnie M Rippo
In the pages of The Professional Serial Killer and the Career of Ted Bundy, you will find yourself eerily intrigued as the serial killer introduces himself to you. Say hello to your neighbor, partner, son, or daughter-whose dual identity now ...
by Ben Macintyre
A wartime romance, survival saga and murder mystery set in rural France during the First World War, from the bestselling author of 'Operation Mincemeat' and 'Agent Zig-Zag'. Four young British soldiers find themselves trapped behind enemy lines ...
Grace, Grunge and Gravity
by Joe Giarratano
TAXI ... Grace, Grunge & Gravity is a collection of tales — an eyewitness account of the taxi industry in Australia. I write about drivers, operators, regulators, networks and, most importantly, a passing parade of passengers. <br>Nightshift in a ...
Memories and Murder
by Robert Drewe
Written with the same lyrical intensity and spellbinding prose that has won Robert Drewe's fiction international acclaim, The Shark Net is set in the 1950s in a city haunted by the menace of an elusive serial killer. Drewe's youth in the ...
A Memoir of Terror
by Jessica Stern
I have been quiet, and I have listened all my life. But now, I will finally speak. Alone in an unlocked house in a safe neighbourhood in the suburban town of Concord, MA, two obedient, good girls, Jessica Stern, 15, and her sister, 14, were raped ...