Tag Archives: Western Australia

Review: Zero at the Bone

Heat, grit and the scent of blood rise from the pages of David Whish-Wilson’s latest novel Zero at the Bone. In this dark, convincing tale of greed and corruption in 1979 Western Australia, Whish-Wilson manages to combine the pace of a … Continue reading

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Review: Harmless

“I’m deeply interested in people going ‘Wow’,” says Indian-born British sculptor Anish Kapoor. “There’s very little in life that’s really mysterious; most things are explained. One of the things about art is that it can be mysterious and remain mysterious. … Continue reading

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Book review: Line of Sight

It’s a curious law of capitalism that the more you can afford to pay for something, the more likely you are to get it for free. Hollywood celebrities being given designer clothes comes to mind as an example. While quite on … Continue reading

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