PLEASE NOTE: Any book title starting with "The" - the second word of the title is used to list by.
by Brian Peachey
ISBN 085905 275 3, (2000 new), Soft Cover, laminated, 149mm x 214mm, 151pp, illustrated, section sewn, 230grams
$22.00 + POST
Unbroken Spirit is a true account of the poverty of the underprivileged in nineteenth century England. It also tells of the consequences suffered by William Boxhal, who was one of the thousands who transgressed the law.
Under the Wings of an Albatross
by Rod Dickson
ISBN 978-085905-499-7, 2011 New, A4, 128pp, illust, 360 grams
$30.00* + POST
A maritime history of the French Sub-Antarctic Islands. The Crozets, The Kerguelins, St Paul and Amsterdam Islands.
Covers the voyages from 1522 to 1928 with details of the ships and masters with extracts from their log books.
Up the Carob Tree
by Enga Smith
ISBN 978-0-85905-645-8, (2016), sc, 430 grams, 233 pages
$30.00 + POST.
Available from the author PO Box 1154, Carnarvon, 6701. 99419585.
Up the Carob Tree is a novel firmly based in Western Australia. Related through the eyes of a growing child, it tells the story of a family living on the outskirts of 'an ordinary little country town' that remains nameless but could be anywhere the reader wishes to place it: anywhere with 'majestic' grain silos and a milk bar called the Rotunda with a juke box that works 'most of the time.' In due course there's a Drive –In and a new fangled establishment called a 'motel.' The four neighbouring blocks on East Quarry Road where the family lives are taken up by an assortment of people, all from 'somewhere else' with their different and colourful, sometimes mysterious backgrounds and circumstances that are of endless interest to a curious child.
A History of the Enrolled Pensioner Force in Western Australia,
by F.H. Broomhall
ISBN 0 85905 103 X, (1985,1989 new), Hard Cover, 472 pp, illustrated, 720grams
$50.00 + POST
A narrative history and extensive biographical data on members of the Enrolled Pensioner Force in Western Australia with approximately 1,000 entries. The Enrolled Pensioner Force garrisoned Western Australia for 30 years. This is an essential source volume for all involved in Western Australian history and genealogy.
The Voice of the North
by Jim Kelly
ISBN 0 85905 154 4, (1993 new), Soft Cover, 140mm x 215mm, 138 pp, 190grams
$22.00 + POST
The collected bush poems of Jim Kelly are the result of his love of the bush and his time in cattle camps in the 1930s and 40s.
A Kimberley classic.
Memories of Life in Fiji During Four Decades. 1924-1953
By Reginald Caten
ISBN 978-85905-570-3, (2014, new), 217pp, soft cover, 355 grams.
$45.00 + POST
With a preface by Phillip Snow. A lyrical and entertaining observation of life in the tropics. The stories of the people of various races, their life and foibles are described by a quintessential Englishman whose love of all the islands and their people shines through in a thoroughly readable book for all who either lived in, visited, or merely dreamed of a South Seas paradise. This is Hawaii or Tahiti without the Jmurcans.