I Am Legend - Richard Matheson.  Robert Neville is the last living man on Earth... but he is not alone. Every other man, woman and child on the planet has become a vampire, and they are hungry for Neville's blood.  By day he is the hunter, stalking the undead through the ruins of civilization. By night, he barricades himself in his home and prays for the dawn.  How long can one man survive like this?

I am Legend by Richard Matheson Robert Neville is the last living man on Earth - but he is not alone. Every other man, woman and child on the planet has become a vampire and they are hungry for Neville's blood.

Trend Commandments: Trading for Exceptional Returns - Michael W. Covel.  Do you ever think the stories you hear about great trading, and the gains produced, sound like luck? Do you ever wonder if there is a real method and philosophy behind the success stories?

Trend Commandments: Trading for Exceptional Returns

Over But Not Out: My Life So Far - Richie Benaud.  In Over But Not Out, Richie revisits his rich career and reveals his thoughts on some of the most controversial issues in the game. Looking back on England's victories in the 2005 and 2009 Ashes series, Richie debates the future of Test cricket and, conversely, the recent growth in Twenty20 cricket, the effect it has had on technique, and the rise of India as a major power in world cricket.

Read about cricketing great Richie Bernaud in our library's catalogue with 'Over but not out : my life so far'

Golden Boys - Sonya Hartnett.  Colt Jenson and his younger brother Bastian live in a world of shiny, new things – skateboards, slot cars, train sets and even the latest BMX. Their affluent father, Rex, has made sure that they'll be the envy of the new, working-class suburb they've moved to.   But underneath the surface of the perfect family, is there something unsettling about the Jensons?

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Celtic Blood - James John Loftus.  Set in 13th century Scotland. The son of the murdered Earl of Ross, is a fugitive when his family, rival claimants for Scotland's crown, are declared traitors. Influenced by MacBeth and the writting of Nigel Tranter it is a tale of high drama and suspense.

Celtic Blood - James John Loftus. Set in 13th century Scotland. The son of the murdered Earl of Ross, is a fugitive when his family, rival claimants for Scotland's crown, are declared traitors. Influenced by MacBeth and the writting of Nigel Tranter it is a tale of high drama and suspense.

Rome and her Empire - David Shotter.  The name of Rome excites a picture of power and organisation, as do the widely-spread ruins that Roman civilization left behind. How did Rome survive for nearly 1000 years, ruling over millions of people with few instances of internal rebellion? David Shotter argues that the key was the way Rome managed to adapt to new circumstances, without at the same time discarding too many of its cherished traditions.

Rome and her Empire - David Shotter. The name of Rome excites a picture of power and organisation, as do the widely-spread ruins that Roman civilization left behind. How did Rome survive for nearly 1000 years, ruling over millions of people with few instances of internal rebellion? David Shotter argues that the key was the way Rome managed to adapt to new circumstances, without at the same time discarding too many of its cherished traditions.

A History of Football in Australia: A Game of Two Halves - Roy Hay, Bill Murray.  In coming years football will continue to excite sports fans throughout Australia. The Socceroos will contest the world's leading nations on the international stage. The Asian Football Confederation Cup of Nations will be held in Australia in 2015. The Matildas will defend their Asian championship crown in 2014 and aim to qualify for the World Cup in Canada in 2015.

A History of Football in Australia: A Game of Two Halves

Soccer in New South Wales 1880-1980 - Philip Mosely.  This is the first history of Association Football in New South Wales from its origins in the late nineteenth century to 1980. It tells the story that began when The Wanderers trotted on to Parramatta Common and then continued as immigrants, locals, miners and workers have combined to shape soccer in what has always been the code's premier state in Australia.

This is the first history of Association Football in New South Wales from its origins in the late nineteenth century to It tells the story that began when The Wanderers trotted on to Parramatta Common and then continued as.

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