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FORGET ME NOT

ISBN: 978-0-9581964-1-3 Editions Kusatsu (via ASA) 2014

Forget Me Not encompasses life in Australia and France in the 1980s as well as on the Great War battlefields and in occupied France during World War II. The novel charts a woman's journey of self-discovery while researching her grandfather's presumed death on Mont Saint-Quentin in August 1918.

Re-thinking India: Perceptions from Australia

ISBN: 10:93-5018-376-5, Readworthy Publications, New Delhi, 2013

The breadth of interest covered by the collected essays reflect the diverse concerns of Australian academics with an interest in India's diplomatic and strategic and energy relationships; analyses of communalism, the strength of village elites amd the fundamentals of Hinduism are discussed. It can be viewed and ordered from the publisher's website.

The Man Who Hunted Whales: A tale of Kangaroo Island and a doomed ship

ISBN 9780646553009 Awoonga, 2011

In 1836, Captain Robert Clark Morgan landed the first official settlers on Kangaroo Island from the whaling ship Duke of York, then sailed to the whaling grounds of the Pacific. He faced crew rebellion, convict attack, and shipwreck. In the ensuing ordeal, not all on board returned to safety.

Global Overshoot: Contemplating the World's Converging Problems

ISBN: 978-1-4614- 6265-1 Springer, New York, 2013

Global Overshoot is a response to the emerging possibility that global quality of life is about to plunge - with widespread fear and hunger becoming the norm under the influence of overpopulation, overextraction of resources and overcomplexification of social and economic relationships. The book argues and demonstrates that a knowledge and causal understanding of what happened, ecologically and evolutionarily, in the deep past - between the...

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The Waterlow Killings: A Portrait of a Family Tragedy

ISBN 9780522862317 Melbourne University Press, 2012

The true but tragic story of the killing of the celebrated art curator, Nick Waterlow, and his daughter, Chloe. Anthony Waterlow was found not guilty of murdering his father and sister on the grounds of mental illness. The story highlights the broader issues that confront families coping with loved ones suffering from serious mental illness.