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By Alan Collins

ISBN-10: 0702232440

ISBN-13: 9780702232442

An unabridged compilation of the bestselling and award successful trilogy the lads from Bondi, Going domestic and Joshua. an extraordinary examine the adolescent Jewish-Australian adventure choked with bold and wit. The unforgettable portrayal of the clash among Arab and Jew is informed with ardour, humour and not likely optimism. The publication is a tragi-comic event touched with romance and transforming into up.

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