My Reading – December 2021

Hell Ship: The True Story of the Plague Ship Triconderoga, One of the Most Calamitous Voyages in Australia’s History by Michael Veitch
There is only one known image of my great-great-grandfather, Dr James William Henry Veitch.

The Imitator by Rebecca Starford
Evelyn spotted Stephen across the busy road.

A Royal Affair by Alison Montclair
‘Men find me intimidating,’ boomed Miss Hardiman.

Black Kettle and Full Moon by Geoffrey Blainey
The moon above Australia was believed to show a lustre unknown in the British Isles. A Scottish visitor in the 8160s thought ‘the Australian moon’ was one of the noble sights of the word, for it seemed ‘like a globe of fire, lighting all around.

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