Marshall Browne, winner of the My Brother Jack Short Story Award for ‘Point of Departure, Point of Return’ and winner of the Ned Kelly award, 2000, has been described by The Examiner as ‘? a joy to read!’.
In this collection of short stories Browne tells of Australians in transit on life’s highways and back roads. These tales are upfront and entertaining, by turns exciting, humorous, nostalgic, sometimes bizarre, and occasionally, deadly serious.
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