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Nicholas Day-Lewis

Nicholas Day-Lewis comes from an English literary family, being the son of the late Poet Laureate, C. Day-Lewis and sibling to other writers. He was born in Gloucestershire in 1934, and following his education at Sherborne and Oxford, where he read engineering, he emigrated to South Africa before moving to Australia. On retiring he obtained a Diploma in Professional Writing, and now lives in the Victorian coastal village of Somers, where he writes, plays music with his partner, Margaret, and enjoys his garden. Rocky Place is his first novel to be published.


  • Rocky Place


    This is a fast-moving and absorbing novel which gives us readers an excellent yarn and is a thought-provoking parable for our times. The final section, given to Jodi, conveys a message of love's ultimate triumph.

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