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The Long Weekend

Author: Judy Nunn  

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Collected together in print for the first time - including two brand new stories - this Judy Nunn anthology is an intoxicating mixture of suspense, history, romance, supernatural and mystery!

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Collected together in print for the first time - including two brand new stories - this Judy Nunn anthology is an intoxicating mixture of suspense, history, romance, supernatural and mystery!

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Description

A captivating collection of six stories from Australia's master storyteller Judy Nunn. The Long Weekend Tracy, Eve, Jet, Mel and Danielle are looking forward - if a little nervously - to their upcoming digital detox. No phones, no laptops - just a quiet weekend in a remote mountain shack. What could go wrong? The Wardrobe When journalist Nancy buys a rundown terrace house she knows nothing about the previous owner - until a discovery in an old wardrobe reveals the lives, loves and losses of Emily Roper. The Otto Bin Empire- Clive's Story To the homeless men and women who gather near the docks, the newly arrived Clive cuts an enigmatic figure. 'I'm just a bloke going through a period of adjustment,' he tells himself, 'I'll be back on my feet soon . . .' Changes As she celebrates her sixty-fifth birthday, actor turned film producer Jackie looks back on her seven decades - and all the many changes in her life. Not least the most recent and most surprising one of all . . . The House on Hill Street It was such a respectable address - the perfect home for Professor Jameson and his family. But the neighbours are becoming concerned. Eileen Jameson and the boys haven't been seen for quite some time... Just South of Rome On her way to England, actor Jane Prescott makes a quick stopover in Italy. When she stumbles upon the Hotel Visconti, a grand eighteenth-century villa, she has no idea that it will change her life.

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About the Author

Judy Nunn's career has been long, illustrious and multifaceted. After combining her internationally successful acting career with scriptwriting for television and radio, Judy decided in the 90s to turn her hand to prose. Her first three novels, The Glitter Game, Centre Stage and Araluen , set respectively in the worlds of television, theatre and film, became instant bestsellers, and the rest is history, quite literally in fact. She has since developed a love of writing Australian historically-based fiction and her fame as a novelist has spread rapidly throughout Europe where she is published in English, German, French, Dutch, Czech and Spanish. Her subsequent bestsellers, Kal, Beneath the Southern Cross, Territory, Pacific, Heritage, Floodtide, Maralinga, Tiger Men, Elianne, Spirits of the Ghan, Sanctuary, Khaki Town and Showtime! confirmed Judy's position as one of Australia's leading fiction writers. She has now sold over one million books in Australia alone. In 2015 Judy was made a Member of the Order of Australia for her "significant service to the performing arts as a scriptwriter and actor of stage and screen, and to literature as an author".

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Product Details

Publisher
Random House Australia | William Heinemann Australia
Published
1st November 2022
Pages
304
ISBN
9780143778370
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