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"Snowleg" by Nicholas Shakespeare. [review]
(Adelaide Review, 2004-06)
‘You can make a life in a night,’ says the mother of Peter Hithersay in Nicholas Shakespeare’s novel "Snowleg", which hinges on two brief and passionate affairs, accident and impulse changing lives forever.
"Women on the Rocks: A Tale of Two Convicts" by Kristin Williamson. [review]
(Adelaide Review, 2004-01)
In "Women on the Rocks", Kristin Williamson has created a novel from scraps of historical fact concerning two female convicts: Mary Jones, who arrived in Sydney in 1820, and Maria Wilkinson, alias Jane New, who was sent ...
"Ash Rain" by Corrie Hosking. [review]
(Adelaide Review, 2004-04)
"Ash Rain" is a strong, beautiful novel about troubled and wonderful people who brim with vitality. Hosking has managed that unusual and winning combination, poetic evocative prose with a compelling narrative. The story ...