|Author:||LESLIE A SCHUBERT|
Blue bay Publishers, 1994. First edition. A near fine copy only marked by a small crease to the top front corner and light sunfading to the spine.
2001. First edition. A fine, as new copy.
1988. First edition. A near fine copy only marked by mild age tanning to the edges of the text block.
1986. A near fine copy which has been SIGNED by the author to the half title page.
1994. First edition. A near fine copy only marked by a previous owners name to the verso of the front wrap.
Some witnesses to the shooting say otherwise, though, and this act of aggression doesn't fit with the sweet, sensitive, but troubled young man that Elijah's family and friends knew him to be. The shooting devastates Elijah's family and the police officer alike. So what happened... read more
This social and political history, based on the author's PhD. thesis, describes Western Australian society before 1914, and the political upheavals after the War. Addresses topics such as loyalty, co... read more
1995, First edition. A very good copy internally unmarked but with some soiling to the wraps and edges.
Regency Publications, 1980. First edition. A near fine, unmarked copy in stiff card wraps.
The story of a grisly triple murder in Central Victoria in October 2014 - contemporary Australian true crime at its best.
An ugly story told beautifully. WEDDERBURN will hold you tightly in its grip, and leave an imprint when it lets you go.' Myfanwy Jones'In WEDDERBURN, we see th... read more
At a time when a sense of the past is being rapidly obliterated, this book provides a scholarly and reliable entry to published writings of many kinds from, and about, Western Australia. They range from the seventeenth century to 1988, from the early Dutch, French and English navigators to writers of the present time.
1990. First edition. An ex-library copy in very good condition.
1989. First edition. A fine, unmarked copy in a near fine d/w which has mild sun fading to the spine.