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Issue Details: First known date: 1991... 1991 A Return to the Elements
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    y separately published work icon Siren David Williamson , Paddington : Currency Press , 1991 Z43736 1990 single work drama

    Siren is a love story with a difference - a situation comedy for the 1990s. Holed up in a Central Coast motel room with three undercover detectives, Liz has been employed to use her sex appeal on Billy Nottle, a local councillor suspected of accepting bribes from developers.

    Once again David Williamson chooses to examine power games and sexual politics but shows that moral values can still hold true. (Back cover, publisher's blurb).

    Paddington : Currency Press , 1991
    pg. ix-xiv
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