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Clive Thomas’s ‘Thursday’s Child" to be Showcased at Book Expo America (BEA) in New York City
Says Australian author Clive Thomas,“In 2006 after I retired from being what you call a rancher and we call a ‘grazier,’
His saga of a world long gone comes alive in his powerful adventure novel. Meet foundling Peter Tobin, who lived in a vanished age, a time when the wide Australian outback was opening up to the force of railroads, steam power, visionary builders, and determined men who wanted to claim this vital continent.In the remote outback of the late 19th century, Tobin makes his own way in the world, eventually becoming a wealthy land owner. Thursday’s Child is the story of how the Australian Outback was won.
About the Author: Clive Thomas, who worked the land for half a century, spent his childhood years among the last of these rich characters, the Australian Bushmen. He has woven their campfire yarns into the tumultuous life story of Peter Tobin, covering the last decades of the 19th century to the end of World War II. He’s already written the book’s sequel covering the years 1948 to the 1970s.
THURSDAY’S CHILD: JOURNEYS FAR AND WIDE IN THE AUSTRALIAN OUTBACK (ISBN: 978-1-62212-
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