Charlotte Randall (Author)

About

Charlotte Randall is an award-winning author. Her first novel, Dead Sea Fruit, won the South East Asian/South Pacific section of the Commonwealth writers' Prize for best first book and the Reed Fiction Award in 1995. Her second novel, The Curative, was joint-runner-up for the Deutz Medal for Fiction at the 2001 Montana New Zealand Book Awards. What Happen Then, Mr Bones? was a finalist for the same award in 2005.

Randall was born and raised in Dunedin, New Zealand, and now lives in Christchurch with her husband and two children.

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Book Cover:  Bright Side of my Condition ePub
Published: 29/01/2014
Format: eBook
ISBN: 9781742539584
Price: $0.00
Book Cover:  Crocus Hour
Published: 01/05/2008
Format: eBook
ISBN: 9781742288376
Price: $24.95
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Book Cover:  Curative
Published: 01/06/2005
Format: eBook
ISBN: 9781742288383
Price: $24.95
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Book Cover:  Hokitika Town

'I always been a coin boy . . .'

 

Hokitika, 1865, at the height of the Gold Rush. In a town with a hundred pubs, young Halfie – aka Harvey, Thumbsucker, Bedwetter, Cocoa and Pipsqueak – gets by as best he can.

 

Most of the time he hangs around the Bathsheba pub, washing dishes, running errands and making the odd coin – and observing from close quarters the parade of miners...

'I always been a coin boy . . .'

 

Hokitika, 1865, at the height of the Gold Rush. In a town with a hundred pubs, young Halfie – aka Harvey, Thumbsucker, Bedwetter, Cocoa and Pipsqueak –...

Published: 28/02/2011
Format: Paperback
ISBN: 9780143565390
RRP: $24.95
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Book Cover:  Hokitika Town

'I always been a coin boy . . .'

 

Hokitika, 1865, at the height of the Gold Rush. In a town with a hundred pubs, young Halfie – aka Harvey, Thumbsucker, Bedwetter, Cocoa and Pipsqueak – gets by as best he can.

 

Most of the time he hangs around the Bathsheba pub, washing dishes, running errands and making the odd coin – and observing from close quarters the parade of miners...

'I always been a coin boy . . .'

 

Hokitika, 1865, at the height of the Gold Rush. In a town with a hundred pubs, young Halfie – aka Harvey, Thumbsucker, Bedwetter, Cocoa and Pipsqueak –...

Published: 28/02/2011
Format: eBook
ISBN: 9781742287652
Price: $0.00

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10 Jul 2014
National Biography Award shortlist announced
The State Library of NSW has announced the shortlist for the National Biography Award, which recognises ‘the continuing importance and value of life writing’. Congratulations to Gideon HaighThe winner will be announced on 4 August at an event at the State Library of NSW, which coincides with the beginning of the library’s Biography Week. Read more about the prize and Biography Week events here.

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