A Few Right Thinking Men

Introducing Rowland Sinclair with his talent for scandal; #1 in a series of eight: history and mystery in 1930s Depression Australia – six o'clock closing of grog shops, the new Sydney Harbour Bridge, the Archibald prize, murder and conspiracy, extremist political factions, angry young men, artists and dissidents, muddy waters, Australia on the brink of revolution – and all because of so many wrong thinking men.

Publisher: Pantera Press. Third edition
Edition: 3rd Edition
Place Published: Neutral Bay, NSW
Pictorial wrappers. Fine.


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