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Napoleon's Last Island
Napoleon's Last Island Tom Keneally
Whilst living in exile on St Helena, Napoleon exerted an extraordinary influence on young Betsy Balcombe. How did she get from Napoleon’s side to the Australian bush?
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Crimes of the Father
Crimes of the Father Tom Keneally
A courageous and powerful novel about faith, the church, conscience and celibacy.
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Two Old Men Dying
Two Old Men Dying Tom Keneally
In perhaps his boldest and most personal novel, Tom Keneally explores the journeys of modern Australians alongside the imagined story of ancient Learned Man whose remains were discovered in Western NSW decades ago.
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The People's Train
The People's Train Tom Keneally
'Thomas Keneally is one of the historical novel's most expert practitioners, and his new book sees him back on the form that produced Schindler's Ark. Giles Foden, Guardian
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The Widow And Her Hero
The Widow And Her Hero Tom Keneally
To be a hero's wife in times supposedly suited to the heroic caused a woman to swallow doubt.
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The Tyrant's Novel
The Tyrant's Novel Tom Keneally
A gripping thriller and a chilling glimpse of an imaginary world that seems all too real.
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An Angel In Australia
An Angel In Australia Tom Keneally
Shortlisted for the Miles Franklin Literary Award, a haunting and evocative tale of murder and loss of innocence in wartime Australia.
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The Ink Stain
The Ink Stain Tom Keneally, Meg Keneally
Monsarrat and Mrs Mulrooney are sent to Sydney to investigate corruption that may go right to the top – to the office of the governor - and threaten the colony's fundamental rights to freedom of speech.
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