Books

Simone Ubaldi has ghosted five memoirs, including the final book Mark ‘Chopper’ Read produced before his death.

EMERGENCIES ONLY BY AMANDA MCCLELLAND

Allen & Unwin, 2017

In 2015, Amanda McClelland was awarded the Florence Nightingale Medal, in recognition of an extraordinary career dedicated to making a difference. As a nurse and a humanitarian aid worker she has battled against extreme poverty, disease epidemics and natural disasters, helping to rebuild broken lives and strengthen communities across the globe.

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Road to Nowhere by Chopper Read (Pan Macmillan, 2011)

Road to Nowhere by Mark ‘Chopper’ Read

Pan Macmillan, 2011

Mark “Chopper” Read spent almost half of his life in prison. He knew the Australian prison system better than any other. He knew how the definitive school of hard knocks could turn juvenile delinquents into hardened criminals; how it felt to be thrust into a world of violent psychopaths and be changed, irrevocably, into the worst of their number.

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My Bon Scott by Irene Thornton (Pan Macmillan, 2014)

My Bon Scott by Irene Thornton

Pan Macmillan, 2014

In 1971 Adelaide girl Irene Thornton meets Bon Scott, the singer for local band Fraternity. He is a larrikin showman with a smile that rules the world. Between Bon and Irene, there is a unique spark; they marry in 1972. For the next few years, with Irene by his side, Bon Scott continues a driven but difficult journey towards AC/DC and rock ‘n’ roll fame.

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A Double Shot of Happiness by Judy Sharp (Allen & Unwin, 2015)

A Double Shot of Happiness by Judy Sharp

Allen & Unwin, 2015

When Judy Sharp took her three-year-old son Tim to a paediatric specialist, he was diagnosed with severe autism. She was told that he would never be able to connect with other human beings. Tim is now an accomplished artist, creator of sardonic superhero Laser Beak Man. This is the story of his remarkable life.

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Stronger Now by Nicole McLean (Pan Macmillan, 2016)

Stronger Now by Nicole McLean

Pan Macmillan, 2012

On 12 October 2002, Bali was hit by a deadly terrorist attack. It claimed the lives of 202 people and left 240 others severely injured. Nicole McLean had been in Bali for just six hours when she was caught in one of the explosions. That night she lost her arm and was left fighting for her life.

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