Murder mystery set in Hobart and West Coast, Tasmania.
For lovers of police procedurals and the growing field of Tasmanian noir this book is an excellent adventure.
The story line weaves along the Lyell Highway between South Hobart and the streets of Queenstown. It also covers a murder mystery that stretches from World War 2 to the Hydro camps and the lives of european immigrants in the Tasmania of the 1950s and 1960s.
God Bless Little Sister is a moving fictional account set against the tragic Tasmanian Mt Lyell Mining Disaster of 1912. Patsy Crawford's narrative is well written and holds the reader's interest for the entire story.
A guide to the geology of Tasmania for everyone.
Keith Corbett, has written a highly accessible book that brings the geology of Tasmania to the forefront. He lays out the way the landscape of this diverse island has formed and evolved over the eons. For non-geologists it is a well overdue guide book. This book is one of our best sellers from both the Salamanca Market Stall and our Queenstown shop.
The Huon Pine Story focuses on the fascinating history of Tasmania's most important tree - from its early exploitation for boat timber and everyday furniture to its present day status as a rare and expensive craft wood.