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Jerome and His Women by Joan O’Hagan

Jerome and His Women by Joan O’Hagan

Joan O’Hagan was born in Australia but studied Latin, Greek and Ancient History in New Zealand. O'Hagan lived and worked overseas for most of her life – including 30 years in Rome, working at the Australian Department of Immigration. And O'Hagan drew upon her education and experience to write crime fiction.

Dragonfish by Vu Tran

Dragonfish by Vu Tran

Vu Tran’s debut novel, Dragonfish, opens with a letter from a mother to her daughter, with whom she has lost contact. She recounts the first night of their escape from communist Vietnam, in a small, overcrowded boat, soon to be wracked by ‘thirst and hunger, sickness [and] death’.

Seeing the Elephant by Portland Jones

Seeing the Elephant by Portland Jones

Portland Jones' debut novel is set in 1962. A contingent of Australian soldiers, the Army Training Team Vietnam (AATTV), is sent to Vietnam under the leadership of the CIA. Their mission is to train South Vietnamese soldiers and villagers to fight the North Vietnamese Communists and Viet Cong insurgents.

The Mechanic by Alan Gold

The Mechanic by Alan Gold

Chasca Broderick has rushed home from her work with the War Crimes Tribunal in Sarajevo in 1998 to attend her grandfather’s funeral. Theodore Broderick had been a lawyer, an eminent legal academic, an adviser to presidents, a Supreme Court Justice, and a defence attorney at the Nuremberg Trials.

The Better Son by Katherine Johnson

The Better Son by Katherine Johnson

In the summer of 1952, Kip and his older brother, Tommy, find the entrance to a cave hidden in the hills above the family farm in the central north of Tasmania. It is now 2002, and middle-aged Kip has returned to the Mole Creek cave, from where 50 years ago he ran back to the farm without Tommy.

Dyschronia by Jennifer Mills

Jennifer Mills sets Dyschronia in the run-down coastal town of Clapstone. Sam is twenty-five, and the townsfolk view her as an oracle and depends upon her visions for their survival. And yet, a great catastrophe has occurred: the sea has disappeared, seemingly taking with it Clapstone's last hope.

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