Sally Dudley and her husband belong to the Baby Boomers generation. My parents met and married after serving in the Australian Imperial Forces (AIF) in World War 2. They built a house in Perth W.A. and had four children, of whom I was the third. My turbulent teenage years finally led to me becoming a Christian when I was 18 years old. Sally and her husband Cedric live in Queensland, and while they don't have any children of their own, she is honoured today to be called Aunty, Mum and Nanna by many children.
Prisoner in Paradise
by Sally Dudley
Prisoner in Paradise is the story of five generations of an Aboriginal family as they have unwittingly and also knowingly struggled against annihilation. Australia has recently been facing an awakening of race relations in respect to Indigenous people but many people remain blissfully ignorant of the true facts.
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