The Unsung Family Hero
The remarkable story of how an ordinary gentle man, a Jew, a German by birth, reacted to the tyranny of Nazism by joining the Dutch Resistance, initially using his skills to forge identity papers which helped potential victims to hide and evade capture.
The Girl in the Lion's Mouth
Dita has shared her remarkable life journey, documenting a period of history that should never be forgotten. ‘Nothing stops the amazing Dita! What a wonderful example to others of resilience and positivity!’ – Ron Raab
A Distant Time and Place
“Frank Vincent’s memoirs illustrate why lawyers would enter courts to hear him speak – firstly as a barrister in murder trials, then as a Supreme Court Justice … His story is told with grace and humour …” – John Silvester
The unique interweaving of fascinating tales set in exotic places with familiar and much loved western classics makes this book a page turner from beginning to end.”
– Jane Sydenham-Kwiet
The Chronicle of a Young Lawyer
The unique story of a 22-year-old criminal circuit lawyer who travelled the country in the emerging nation of Papua New Guinea in 1969-71, appearing as counsel for Indigenous people accused of serious criminal offences, including stealing, rape and wilful murder.