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Sandi Wallace has been shortlisted in the Sisters in Crime Australia's
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Tell Me Why
Picturesque Daylesford has a darker side. Melbourne writer Georgie Harvey heads to the mineral springs region of central Victoria to look for a missing farmer. There she uncovers links between the woman's disappearance and her dangerous preoccupation with the unsolved mystery surrounding her husband. Maverick cop and solo dad John Franklin is working a case that's a step up from Daylesford's usual soft crime; a poison-pen writer whose targets are single mothers. Georgie's investigation stirs up long buried secrets and she attracts enemies. When she reports the missing person to the local cops, sparks fly between her and Franklin. Has he dismissed the writer too quickly? A country cop, city writer, retired farmer and poison-pen stalker all want answers. What will they risk to get them? What will be the ultimate cost?

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Tempo has been shortlisted in the Poetry category of the 2014 Prime Minister's Literary Awards.
Tempo A$25.00 P/B

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"These masterly poems follow 'the traffic of ideas from the known world', travelling along cultural trajectories-from the ancient waters of Mareotis to the glimmering port of Hobart-to arrive at a 'radiant in-pouring' of dawn: 'a casual, brilliant right of entry'. Tempo showcases Sarah Day's imagination in exuberant bloom. Her poems are philosophical, lustrous and deserving of wide praise."
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An expose of contemporary life seen from the perspective of an eleven-year-old boy. Shaun, a country boy, is orphaned after a bushfire and must now live in the city where he meets many lonely, mixed-up residents. Can his world of benign nature and theirs of dispirited culture, be reconciled? It is a story of polarities...read more
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