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Killing Darcy
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A gripping tale of murder and prejudice from the Miles Franklin Award-winning author of Too Much Lip.

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Overview

Koori teenager Darcy Mango is young, broke and on parole. His biggest problem isn’t tracking down his mob in northern New South Wales or finding a place to live. After he gets work on the Menzies horse farm, Darcy’s fate gets mixed up with a strange, old-fashioned camera found in the rainforest. What it reveals might never let him go.

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Melissa Lucashenko

Melissa Lucashenko

Melissa Lucashenko is a Goorie (Aboriginal) author of Bundjalung and European heritage. Her first novel was published in 1997 and since then her work has received acclaim in many literary awards. Killing Darcy won the Royal Blind Society Award and was shortlisted for an Aurealis award. Her sixth novel, Too Much Lip, won the 2019 Miles Franklin Literary Award and the Queensland Premier’s Award for a work of State Significance. It was also shortlisted for the Prime Minister’s Literary Award for Fiction, the Stella Prize, two Victorian Premier’s Literary Awards, two Queensland Literary Awards and two NSW Premier’s Literary Awards. Melissa is a Walkley Award winner for her non-fiction, and a founding member of human rights organisation Sisters Inside. She writes about ordinary Australians and the extraordinary lives they lead. Her latest book is Edenglassie.