Non-Fiction

Douglas Renall has recently written 100 Great New Zealand Wineries, he talks to NZ Booklovers about his book. 100 Great New Zealand Wineries – why do we need this book? If you love New Zealand wine then this book is made for you. If you are looking for guidance and inspiration for a memorable wine… Read More

This book is the second in a series for people who love to travel and eat good local food. Ho Chi Minh City in 12 Dishes is a compact edition that bursts with comprehensive information for eating out in this part of the world. (The first book in the series was Shanghai in 12 Dishes… Read More

Michael Cooper has 40 books and several major literary awards to his credit, including the Montana Medal for the supreme work of non-fiction at the 2003 Montana New Zealand Book Awards for his magnum opus, Wine Atlas of New Zealand.  In the 2004 New Year Honours, Michael was appointed an ONZM for services to wine… Read More

  Riffing on truth, lies, and secrets, this collection uses fiction to explore fact, and fact to explore fiction. This collection of essays and short stories are based around the theme of lying and secret histories. These pieces range the world – from America, to Antwerp to Aotearoa – and talk about writers and writing… Read More

This is a beautifully presented volume about allows the reader to discover 100 wonderful New Zealand Wineries that are open to visit by the public. Author Douglas Renall is a wine expert after completing a Bachelor of Wine Science and Viticulture, and he’s toured the country visiting vineyards and cellars, and he’s talked to people… Read More

Gordon McLauchlan is a well-known journalist, author and social commentator. He is a seasoned media commentator not afraid to speak his mind. His previous books for  include: Great Tales from Rural New Zealand; Great Tales from New Zealand History; The Saltwater Highway: The Story of Ports and Shipping in New Zealand; The Passionless People Revisited… Read More

Big Pacific has been created as a companion book to the TV series of the same name, created by National History NZ . It will be screened on Prime TV early 2018. The Pacific Ocean is big indeed, covering one third of the Earth’s total surface and accounting for nearly half of the planet’s water… Read More

Rebel or Patriot? This first biography of Ta’isi Olaf Fredrick Nelson (also known as Feleti Nelsoni) is a powerful story which explores the personal life of one man but is also the history of Sãmoa and its place in the world.  The biography outlines the long road on Sãmoa’s journey to nationhood. Patricia O’Brien is… Read More

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