Twenty-Six Sheilas on a Bus

Twenty-Six Sheilas on a Bus : And Murder Most Foul

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The story of how a simple tour of Tasmania turned into a who-dun-it. ' . . . but worse than all of that, on the side of her fifty-year-old throat was an ugly gash from which came the dreadful corporeal flood, some of it deeply scarlet. Of course she was dead. Her mouth was open, so were her eyes. The terror was still showing in them. I desperately wanted to cover her face . . .'show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 154 pages
  • 127 x 203.2 x 8.89mm | 226.8g
  • Createspace
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 150750991X
  • 9781507509913

About Marjorie Darling Ward

Marjorie Darling Ward, retired journalist and one time working partner three country newspapers, editor, hotelier, farmer, real estate sales person. Writer of fiction, non-fiction, poetry, stage plays. Published mainstream media Australia and New Zealand, Herald and Weekly Times, The Age, Westerly, Melbourne Times, New Idea, Woman's Day, Women's Weekly, ABC Radio National; contributing author to ABC sequicentenary anthology Fictions 88 (selected by Frank Moorhouse); multi-winner national literary short story awards; five books, Cast a Pebble in the Ocean (pub. Loch Haven Books) and Singing the Country (published A.M. Printing for Tamworth Country Music Festival); Cry Me A River a collection of prize winning short stories; Things You Can't Leave Behind, a novel, Three Chords and the Truth, a novel; contributing author to Fellowship of Australian Writers national award for group writing, the only group to have won the award twice in its 80-year history; consultant to script writing program for Department Human Services; contributing author to pantomime commissioned and performed by Tumut Performing Arts Society; stage play The Whipping Act, programmed at Athens University as part of International Women Playwrights' Conference 2000. Dip.Prof.Writing & Editing. marjorienormaward@gmail.comshow more