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1 12 y separately published work icon Keep Him My Country Mary Durack , London : Landsborough Publications , 1977 Z419406 1955 single work novel
1 y separately published work icon North to Alaska Frank Brennand , London : Landsborough Publications , 1961 Z1184965 1961 single work novel
4 3 y separately published work icon Justin Bayard Jon Cleary , London : Landsborough Publications , 1960 1955 single work novel crime

'Novel set on a cattle station in the Kimberleys, WA, about Bayard, a young district policeman and his Aboriginal prisoner, driven there for safety from a tribal revenge party.'

Source: Trove.

1 y separately published work icon Sink the Bismarck Frank Brennand , London : Landsborough Publications , 1960 Z1184883 1960 single work novel
1 y separately published work icon Oscar Wilde Frank Brennand , London : Landsborough Publications , 1960 Z1184878 1960 single work biography
1 y separately published work icon The Siege of Pinchgut George Kay , London : Landsborough Publications , 1960 Z811389 1960 single work novel Four escaped prisoners land on Pinchgut Island, in Sydney Harbour, near the Bridge. In this disused arsenal they defy a police siege by taking the caretaker and his family hostage.
2 2 y separately published work icon The Shades Will Not Vanish : A Novel Helen Fowler , London : Landsborough Publications , 1959 Z174327 1952 single work novel
1 y separately published work icon Ratoons Daphne Marie Rooke , London : Landsborough Publications , 1959 Z1421445 1953 single work novel
1 3 y separately published work icon Into the Morning Elizabeth Webb , London : Landsborough Publications , 1959 Z31423 1958 single work novel 'Toddy Vine's sun-tan came from the inside - that was his trouble. His father was English, but the white in his Australian mother was a long way back, and he was born into the no man's land between two worlds. If Toddy had had more black in him, or if nobody had encouraged his education, he might never have felt the urge to leave home and strive for a place in the whites' world...His time with Werrinalli, the graceful Aborigine girl, and her people was one crucial experience. But it was his love for another woman, the white Ana Perez, which was to sway the balance in the end.' (Source: 1958 edition)
8 y separately published work icon Mittee Daphne Marie Rooke , London : Landsborough Publications , 1958 Z1418756 1951 single work novel First published in 1952, Mittee was an international bestseller. Set in late nineteenth-century Transvaal, it dramatizes the intense, ambiguous love-hate relationship between Selina, a young colored servant girl, and her privileged white mistress, Mittee, and explores the roles forced upon the two women, fierce rivals for the attentions of the same man. Juxtaposing violence and sexuality the author crosses gender and racial boundaries in this powerful exposure of a patriarchal, puritanical and divided society. (Source: The Toby Press's website)
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