Tuesday, 1 August 2006

A fondness for tea

New New Zealand books for August cover tea as a murder weapon, Irish immigration, electricity reform and the remote Antipodes Islands. 'Are angels OK? : the parallel universes of New Zealand writers and scientists' and Hugh Price's 'The plot to subvert wartime New Zealand : a true story of an impudent hoax that convulsed New Zealand in the darkest days of World War II, and that the Commissioner of Police declared 'beyond comprehension' : a hoax, moreover, that expanded to challenge the rule of law in the Dominion' are particularly recommended.

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