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In Tristan Bancks' middle-grade novel The Fall, 12 year old Sam Garner finds himself investigating a crime after witnessing a body falling from his apartment building. Bancks spoke to Braiden Asciack. (Introduction)

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    y separately published work icon Books + Publishing vol. 96 no. 4 May 2017 11199673 2017 periodical issue

    'Inefficiencies in the supply chain, the importance of data and competition for readers' leisure time were big issues raised at this year's leading Edge Books industry forum.

    Hopes for an improved supply chain seem to rest of TitlePage, which the Australian Publishers Association is keen to develop, but which is likely to require substantial investment from publishers and booksellers. Changes are already afoot in distribution, with Penguin Random House consolidating its two UBD distribution centres in Melbourne and changing its freight partner from Toll Group to TNT Australia to 'improve service levels and speed to market'.' (Editorial)

    2017
    pg. 15 Section: Junior
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  • The Fall Tristan Bancks , 2017 single work novel
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