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place of Whitton
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The killer was apparently a madman whose first murder was to be merely the beginning of a /5(3). KENEALLY, Thomas THE PLACE AT WHITTON Edition: First US printing New York: Walker, Octavo, brown boards.
Short shallow ding to lower edge of place of Whitton book cover, text paper yellowed; else fine, no owner names. Price-clipped black dust jacket has very small chips at head of spine, light internal damp stain at foot scarcely externally visible Continue reading THE PLACE AT WHITTON by KENEALLY.
This is the Australian author's first book but heaven only knows how many of his writing colleagues got to the plot last. The murder is set in cultist headquarters, the Characters, who are frenzied by devil worship and the familiar bizarre decor used to enhance the aura of menace, need the light touch and the broad wink that Ngaio Marsh brought to Spinsters in Jeopardy to engage the steady.
The Place at Whitton is the debut novel of Thomas Keneally, twice-winner of the Miles Franklin Award and author of more books than I have space to list here.
I found it as an audio book at my library and chose it for the daily commute when I went back to work after my Long Service Leave.
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Tom Keneally. Thomas Keneally was born in and his first novel was published in Since then he has written a considerable number of novels and non-fiction works.
His novels include The Chant of Jimmie Blacksmith, Schindler's List and The People's has won the Miles Franklin Award, the Booker Prize, the Los Angeles Times Prize, the Mondello International Prize and.
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