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Issue Details: First known date: 2016... June 2016 of The Newtown Review of Books est. 2012- The Newtown Review of Books
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* Contents derived from the 2016 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
[Review] Women Writers and Detectives in Nineteenth-Century Crime Fiction : The Mothers of the Mystery Genre, Emma Ashmere , single work review
— Review of Women Writers and Detectives in Nineteenth-Century Crime Fiction : The Mothers of the Mystery Genre Lucy Sussex , 2010 single work criticism ;
Note: Posted 2 June 2016.
Inez Baranay : Ghosts Like Us, single work review
— Review of Ghosts Like Us Inez Baranay , 2015 single work novel ;
Anna Spargo-Ryan : The Paper House, Kylie Mason , single work review
— Review of The Paper House Anna Spargo-Ryan , 2016 single work novel ;
Anna Westbrook : Dark Fires Shall Burn, Karen Chisholm , single work review
— Review of Dark Fires Shall Burn Anna Westbrook , 2016 single work novel ;
Melanie Joosten A Long Time Coming: Essays on Old Age. Reviewed by Shelley McInnis, Shelley McInnis , single work
— Review of A Long Time Coming : Essays on Old Age Melanie Joosten , 2016 selected work essay ;
'Old age may be a long time coming, but it is coming. This eloquent collection advocates for the elderly. ...'
Colleen Z Burke The Waves Turn: a Memoir. Reviewed by Jeannette Delamoir, Jeannette Delamoir , single work review
— Review of The Waves Turn : A Memoir Colleen Burke , 2016 single work autobiography ;
'The Waves Turn provides a valuable lens though which to explore the intertwined histories of folk music, Irish heritage, and political activism. ...'
Note: Posted 21 Jun 2016 in Non-fiction
Crime Scene : Anna Westbrook Dark Fires Shall Burn. Reviewed by Karen Chisholm, Karen Chisholm , single work review
— Review of Dark Fires Shall Burn Anna Westbrook , 2016 single work novel ;
'Inspired by the true events surrounding an unsolved murder, Dark Fires Shall Burn is set in Sydney’s Newtown in the aftermath of World War II. ...'
Note: Posted 28 June 2016 in Crime Scene

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