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“Different scenes remind him of different people and times in his life: his father, a country policeman; his siblings, their life in Petrie – on the outskirts of Brisbane at that time. He gives observations and opinions on a range of subjects including: country towns, Indigenous Australians, Captain Thunderbolt, religion, USA gun laws and, inevitably, traffic accidents and roadside shrines,” writes our reviewer Russell Wenholz this week.

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