Ilsa Evans is an Australian author who lives in a partially-renovated house in the picturesque Dandenong Ranges, along with several offspring, assorted pets and an ever-expanding colony of uninvited possums. She has written eight books, all print published by Pan Macmillan Australia, which range from light fiction, set within the mayhem of life in the suburbs, to more serious subject matter such as euthanasia or family break-ups. Two novels, 'Broken' and 'Sticks & Stones', tell the story of an abused woman and are largely based on the findings of a PhD (on the long-term effects of domestic violence) that Ilsa completed in 2005. Next on her agenda is a foray into crime fiction, along with a non-fiction book about middle-age for women, titled 'The Invisible Woman, and other remarkable phenomena of middle-age'.
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A delightfully entertaining cocktail of short stories born from half a century (and counting) of memories and musings. Two parts comedy and one part drama, with just a dollop of farce, this book is best enjoyed while curled up on the couch with a box of chocolates.
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