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Issue Details: First known date: 2020... September 2020 of The Newtown Review of Books est. 2012- The Newtown Review of Books
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* Contents derived from the 2020 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Steven Conte The Tolstoy Estate, Paul Anderson , single work review
— Review of The Tolstoy Estate Steven Conte , 2020 single work novel ;

'You don’t need to have read War and Peace to enjoy Steven Conte’s second novel.' 

Tara June Winch : The Yield, Suzanne Marks , single work review
— Review of The Yield Tara June Winch , 2019 single work novel ;

'Tara June Winch’s multi-award-winning novel is told in three voices, one of which takes the form of a dictionary.' 

SL Lim : Revenge: Murder in Three Parts, Ann Skea , single work review
— Review of Revenge : Murder in Three Parts S. L. Lim , 2020 single work novel ;

'Following her first novel Real Differences, SL Lim explores the weight of family obligations and betrayals in her second, Revenge.' 

Jacqueline Kent : Vida : A Woman for Our Time, Kathy Gollan , single work review
— Review of Vida : A Woman for Our Time Jacqueline Kent , 2020 single work biography ;

'In this new biography Jacqueline Kent chronicles the life of political trail-blazer Vida Goldstein and finds parallels with politics today.'

Alison Booth : The Philosopher’s Daughters, Kim Kelly , single work review
— Review of The Philosopher's Daughters Alison L. Booth , 2020 single work novel ;

'The fifth novel from Australian author Alison Booth, The Philosopher’s Daughters is an intriguing and energetic historical fiction that takes us from the genteel world of 1890s London parlour-chat to the sun-crisped, trackless outback of the Northern Territory.' (Introduction)

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