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Flights of Fancy

Eurobodalla FAW

This is the 2015 Anthology published by the Eurobodalla branch of the Fellowship of Australian Writers NSW, edited by the late Eileen Backhus.

These 49 stories and poems by 21 Eurobodalla writers, aspiring and published authors alike, cover a range of genres and styles – adventure and misadventure,

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Dominator in the Shadows

Peter J Uren

This is Peter J. Uren’s second novel, the sequel to his popular The Old Mechanic. Set three years later, it tells the story of two men who each have a dream to own their chosen motorcycle: one a Vincent Black Shadow, the other a Norton Dominator 99 650SS.

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For the love of Grace

A story of love and betrayal
Pam Bayfield

Grace Pemberton is loved by two men, one her husband Charles and the other Ralph Cooper, her husband’s business partner. As a young married woman with two small children Grace is convinced to come to old Sydney Town in the year 1857 on the Catherine Adamson.

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Legends, Lies & Larrikins

Bob Bush

This is Bob Bush’s third book of rhyming poetry. All poems are based on his experiences and observations (both real and imagined), of the hardships and humour that affect all who choose to live, work or play in Australia. The book contains thirty one new poems plus three of the favourites that were featured in his second book.

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Casting Shadows

David Terelinck

“To read Casting Shadows is to shed light on the loves, losses, secrets and sorrows of the examined life, much as Jung spoke of “finding the gold in shadows”. Through eulogy and introspection, David Terelinck honors the complexities of relationships to reveal “so many endings in this new beginning”.

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Shadow Play

Gavin Austin

“I sat down to read a few poems from Shadow Play today and was half way through the book before I knew it. They’re exquisite. The language is so very simple yet the images captivating. And each one is a story about people caught in a moment of pain or delight.”

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From a Bush Poet’s Pen

Bob Bush

This is Bob Bush’s fourth book of rhyming verse. It contains 32 new poems. He has also included 22 poems from his previous three books that (through countless public performances) have proven to be “crowd favourites.”

He has based his poetry on personal experiences and observations.

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Firelight of Heaven

Elizabeth (Lizbeth) Klein

When an assassin infiltrates a secret meeting, Robbie and Dougray are plunged into a fast-paced journey of discovery. Faolan, their supposed grandfather, sends them over Black Horn, the forbidden mountain, where life is very different to what they know on their farm. Here they meet an Elf girl called Belle Shadow-Chaser and when Robbie is apparently killed,

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Future Crime

Brian Armour

Ian MacFergus, a redundant detective in the 24th Century, faced with a series of perfect crimes finds himself drawn into a new life in the future.

With the young perpetrators, and a woman and her baby, he comes to understand crime has many meanings in the future,

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Margaret Catchpole – her life and letters

Laurie Chater Forth

Margaret Catchpole was just one among the thousands of convicts transported to New South Wales but she was the only one whose name has rarely been absent from print since the day in August 1797 when she stood before the Bury Summer Assizes and heard her first death sentence announced.

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