P Robinson Dunn


Born just a few months after World War II, in beautiful and historical Hampshire in a little English village housing medieval Portchester Castle, P. Robinson Dunn was one of the first baby boomers. When she was a small child, she migrated to Australia with her family.

Patricia has lived and worked in England, Canada, Switzerland, Germany, Jordan, France, Japan and Australia and has travelled the world extensively. She lives with her husband in Australia, planning her next trip.

The flour, nomadic and dancing genes live on!

Where to buy in print


Mister Townsend’s Lion - A Baby Boomer’s Tale
Price: $9.39 USD. Words: 95,900. Language: English. Published: July 30, 2014 by booksunleashed. Categories: Nonfiction » Biography » Autobiographies & Memoirs
For a child in the 1950s to be part of an adventurous immigrant family in rustic Queensland, Australia was a bit like Swiss Family Robinson meets The Darling Buds of May – with Scottish accents, creepy-crawlies, bushfires, droughts & colloquial language. Highly amusing, beautifully written, Mister Townsend’s Lion – A Baby Boomer’s Tale touches on serious topics, moving from one culture to another.

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