Charlotte Randall (Author)

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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
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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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