By TASMINA PERRYPublished by Hachette New Zealand in TPB on 14 August 2012 / RRP $36.99How ...
Noel Harris - aka 'Handbrake Harry' - is a New Zealand sporting legend. A colourful, and sometimes outlandish character, Noel has always stood out for his singular riding style, his optimism, commitment, sense of humour and straight-shooting sincerity.
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Marking the 20th anniversary of Travcom's celebrated annual travel media awards, the association has collaborated with New Holland Publishers to produce an anthology of the best short travel stories by Kiwi writers.
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The new book from the acknowledged master of the modern British thriller!
The gripping new thriller from the author of the international bestsellers The Colour of Law and Accused.
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