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Toronto Star 'The most remarkable first novel I have read this year...clutching the reader with a grip like a talon round the throat. (Val McDermid Manchester Evening News)
Sensational... A book to rave about, to gasp at the daring, the beauty - and the wit (Australian Bookseller & Publisher)
...the poetic device sets a breakneck, rock 'n (roll video pace to take the breath away) --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Dorothy Porter has established an international reputation as one of Australia's most exciting and innovative writers. Born in Sydney in 1954, she graduated from Sydney University in 1975, the same year as her first volume of poetry, Little Hoodlum, was published. Attaining a Diploma of Education, she supported her writing by part-time teaching for a number of years, before becoming a lecturer in Poetry and Writing at the University of Technology, Sydney. Her verse crime thriller, The Monkey's Mask, has become an international bestseller. She lives in Melbourne, Australia. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.