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Issue Details: First known date: 2017... 2017 Lia Hills : The Crying Place
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'The Crying Place is a big novel that juggles even bigger ideas.

'For the first time in his life, Saul, a drifter, has remained in the same place for nearly a year. He has a steady job, and he’s renting a tiny Sydney apartment, its door marked with scratches left behind by ‘a dog once forced to live where it didn’t belong’.'

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