Australia’s lost language in words and stories. Wouldn’t that blow a hole in your nightie! Chosen as one of the “50 books you can’t put down”.
The Original classic 1950s Australian childhood set in Lunns-for-Buns cake shop.
Hugh Lunn finds himself undercover overseas
Now available as an Ebook from Harper Collins
2 books in 1 Over the Top with Jim—childhood memoir serialised by ABCRadio and chosen as one of the “50 books you can’t put down” PLUS the sequel Head Over Heels–young love in the 1960s
The dazzling life of Wimbledon larrikin Ken Fletcher
Brisbane’s Wimbledon great Ken Fletcher “the James Bond of the tennis world”.
“Think Russell Crowe in tennis whites” (New York TENNIS Magazine)
1967-68 “Hugh Lunn has written it truly. Even the lies are true” (Mike Carlton, 2GB) “Heaven hurts fair woman for sheer spite” (Nguyen Du)
More Australian lost language. If you break a leg don’t come running to me!
1970s & 1980s “Without a doubt the most instructive, emotional, enlightening, and ironic biography on Murdoch” (Ignacio Crux Herrera, Washington correspondent)
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