Macquarie Regional Library

Join Us: Kim Kelly is the author of seven novels that explore Australian history, including the bestselling The Blue Mile, the acclaimed Wild Chicory, and UK Pigeonhole favourite, Paper Daisies.

Join Us: Kim Kelly is the author of seven novels that explore Australian history, including the bestselling The Blue Mile, the acclaimed Wild Chicory, and UK Pigeonhole favourite, Paper Daisies.

Author talk

Kim Kelly is a well-known author of Australian historical fiction. Join her at the Dubbo library Tuesday, July 3, 2.30pm as she discusses her latest novel, Lady Bird & The Fox, set in the Central West during the gold rush.

Kim Kelly is the author of seven novels that explore Australian history, including the bestselling The Blue Mile, the acclaimed Wild Chicory, and UK Pigeonhole favourite, Paper Daisies. Her stories shine a bright light on some forgotten corners of our past, leading readers with warmth, wit and lyrical charm into difficult terrain, through themes of bigotry, class conflict, disadvantage and violence in our shared history – issues that resonate today.

Light refreshments will be provided Bookings are essential as places are limited, call the library on 6801 4510 to reserve your place.

Fiction bestseller’s available from the library

There are a number well known authors and some new in the current bestseller lists, and of course these books are available from your library.

She escaped. She survived. But for how long? Shelter in Place by Nora Roberts is a gripping novel of suspense, passion and transformation from international number one bestseller Nora Roberts.

As secrets are shared and revelations come to light, the greatest challenge a mother could ever know is faced in The Cast by Danielle Steel, the latest work by one of the world's most popular and highly acclaimed authors.

Based on an incredible true story, the story of the Auschwitz-Birkenau tattooist and the woman he loved. The Tattooist of Auschwitz by Heather Morris is a moving and confronting story full of hope. Heather Morris is an Australian writer and social work administrator. The Tattooist of Auschwitz is her debut novel.

Macquarie Regional Library is located at the corner of Talbragar and Macquarie streets, Dubbo. Phone 6801 4510    Website: www.mrl.nsw.gov.au.

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