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Fathers’ Day Book-Signing – Author Justin Sheedy’s 4th Event This Year at Australia’s Premier Bookstore!

28 August 2015

Fathers DayFor a Fathers’ Day gift that dad will LOVE, Sydney book lovers need go no further than Dymocks George Street Sydney on Saturday 5 September (the eve of Fathers’ Day 2015 – Sunday 6 Sept) for a signed copy of Justin Sheedy’s Australian historical novels, Nor the Years Condemn and Ghosts of the Empire. Recently praised by a Dymocks customer as up there with such Australian literary classics as We of the Never-Never, Poor Man’s Orange and The Shiralee, Sheedy’s novels bring alive the stunning true story of the young Australians who flew Spitfires and Lancasters against the forces of Nazi tyranny in World War II: a tale so exciting, heroic and tragic as to defy belief.

Goodbye CrackernightSheedy will present an Australian War Memorial Red Poppy of Remembrance to the first 40 book lovers for whom he signs a copy. Also available on the day, limited copies of Goodbye Crackernight, Sheedy’s laugh-out-loud portrait of childhood in 1970s Australia as recently featured on 7 News Sydney “Flashback”. This event will be Sheedy’s 4th this year at Australia’s premier bookstore.

Date: Saturday 5 September 2015 / Time: From 10:00am / Venue: Dymocks Sydney, 424 – 430 George Street, Sydney NSW 2000 / Cost: Free (no bookings required) / Enquiries: (02) 9235 0155 or

NOR THE YEARS CONDEMN & Book 2 in the series, GHOSTS OF THE EMPIRE by Justin Sheedy are now available & orderable via DYMOCKS BOOKSTORES, GLEEBOOKS, BERKELOUW BOOKS AND VIA ALL BOOKSTORES, in paperback & ebook formats at AMAZON and all online sites.  In the UK at WATERSTONE’S & WH SMITH AND VIA ALL BOOKSTORES. See ALL Reviews HERE!

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