SATURDAY 17, NOVEMBER

MT EDEN WAR MEMORIAL HALL

Review: Hugo’s Gift – Suzanne Singleton

Review: Hugo’s Gift – Suzanne Singleton

A curse spanning generations and continents Hugo’s Gift opens in Wellington in 1926 with Hugo Kane, an adoring husband, giving his wife, Isabel, a magnificent birthday gift – a brand new Rolls Royce Silver Ghost. In the process of learning to handle the car, Isabel...
Review: Kiwi on the Camino – Vivianne Flintoff

Review: Kiwi on the Camino – Vivianne Flintoff

A Walk that Changed My Life A pilgrimage for mind and soul Having lived a fairly hectic life well into her late 50s, Flintoff had become both physically and emotionally jaded. She and her husband, Bruce, decided to take extended leave and travel to Europe to walk the...
Review: Look Away, Dixieland – M J Burr

Review: Look Away, Dixieland – M J Burr

From judicial murder to fanatical terrorism. From the opening pages of Look Away, Dixieland, with a rigged court martial and judicial murder in America’s war torn southern states in 1865, to the book’s fast-paced final chapters in 2009-10, Michael Burr takes his...