It Doesn't End There
Great Australian Stories With A TwistBook - 2006
Following on from the success of There's Always More to the Story, John Laws and Christopher Stewart have put together a second collection of fascinating and compelling real-life Australian stories that often reveal an intriguing and hitherto unknown side of our history. Whether the subject concerns the first Muslim terrorist attack on Australian soil, 90 years ago, the exploits of a South Australian farm boy who made the first submarine voyage under the Arctic ice, or a Scandinavian king who came here as a convict, It Doesn't End There is full of surprises. From the bush to the cities, from the early settlers to the diggers in the trenches of Gallipoli and Flanders, and on to the present day, these 60-plus stories are a treasure trove of fact and anecdote that will delight every one of the millions of fans of John Laws. The collection is illustrated throughout with black-and-white photographs.
Publisher: Sydney, N.S.W. : 2006
Branch Call Number: ANF 994 LAWS
Characteristics: 405 p. : ill. ; 21 cm