Anita Heiss’ latest work presents unsettling questions for the non-aboriginal reader.
A young Aboriginal woman falls in love with an escaped Japanese POW in 1944. Anita Heiss' new book entwines romance with questions of enmity and friendship: who is fighting whom?
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