My Reading – May 2021

The Widows of Malabar Hill by Sujata Massey
On the morning Perveen saw the stranger, they’d almost collided.

Deep South: Stories from Tasmania edited by by Ralph Crane and Danielle Wood
He had never heard of the ‘enthusiasm of humanity’—the expression was not in fashion in his day, and, if it had been, I doubt whether he would have understood it; for he was only an Australian stock-rider, a ‘Sydney cornstalk’ born, who had never read a book in his life except the Bible, and perhaps not very much of that, and was more familiar with bush craft and horsemanship than with abstract principles of any sort.

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