Tuesday, 1 May 2018 / 1 Comment

Cover Reveal - Catching Teller Crow

Allen and Unwin are publishing this book from brother and sister team Ambelin Kwaymullina and Ezekiel Kwaymullina in September 2018. As a big fan of Ambelin's solo work, I can't wait to read this!

Here's a quick summary of what you can expect in the book:

Catching Teller Crow is a gripping novel that weaves themes of grief, colonial history, violence, love and family through an atmospheric mystery-thriller set in a small town in regional Australia. The story is told through the alternating voices of two female teenage Aboriginal protagonists, Beth Teller and Isobel Catching.

Nothing’s been the same for Beth Teller since she died. Her dad, a detective, is the only one who can see and hear her – and he’s drowning in grief. But now they have a mystery to solve together. Who is Isobel Catching, and what’s her connection to the fire that killed a man? What happened to the people who haven’t been seen since the fire? As Beth unravels the mystery, she finds a shocking story lurking beneath the surface of a small town, and a friendship that lasts beyond one life and into another.

 And here is the beautiful cover in all its glory!

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