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2014 Fathers’ Day Lead-Up Book-Signings by Sydney Author Justin Sheedy

22 August 2014
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Author Justin Sheedy

On the eve of Fathers’ Day 2014, Justin Sheedy will be signing copies of his World War II historical fictions, Nor the Years Condemn and Ghosts of the Empire, which bring to life a staggeringly exciting, tragic and true story of young Australians at war with even LESS chance of survival than if they had been in the trenches of Gallipoli or the Western Front.

Nor the Years CondemnSuperb Fathers’ Day reading, Nor the Years Condemn tells the story of Sydney Uni Rugby Union player, Daniel Quinn, who leaves his peace time life behind to fly Spitfires against Nazi tyranny in Sheedy’s portrait of doomed, brilliant youth.

Ghosts of the EmpireGhosts of the Empire, Book 2 in the series, is the saga of Sydney tradie, Mick O’Regan, who takes on the most dangerous job of World War II: flying for RAF Bomber Command. These are stories in our great ANZAC tradition – only at 400 miles per hour – and until now untold.

Event 1: Berkelouw Books Leichhardt, 70 Norton Street, Leichhardt, Saturday 30 August 2014Bookings/Enquiries: (02) 9560 3200 or leichhardt@berkelouw.com.au

Berkelouw Books

Event 2: Dymocks Chatswood, Shop 301 Westfield Shopping Centre, Chatswood, Thursday 4 September 2014 from 5pm.

Justin Sheedy at DymocksEvent 3: Dymocks Chatswood, Saturday 6 September 2014 from 10am. Bookings/Enquiries: (02) 9412 1630 or chatswood@dymocks.com.au

Sheedy looks forward to sharing his passion for great Australian stories with Sydney book-lovers at these in-store events and especially to signing copies of his books for their dear Dads for Fathers’ Day 2014.

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