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Hamish McDonald Hamish McDonald i(A5550 works by)
Born: Established: 1948 Melbourne, Victoria, ;
Gender: Male
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Hamish McDonald has been a journalist since 1969, working in Australia, Indonesia and Japan, and he wrote Suharto's Indonesia (1980).

In 2019, his Reasonable Doubt: Spies, Police and the Croatian Six was longlisted for the 'Nib' Literary Award.

Most Referenced Works

Personal Awards

2019 shortlisted The Danger Prize for Reasonable Doubt: Spies, Police and the Croatian Six
2009 Asialink Literature Residency Program A residency to Temple University, Japan, to work on a narrative involving individuals on both sides of the Pacific war.
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