With Clarkson on the cover, there’s a good chance you’re for a read with much humour and wit, and I wasn’t wrong.
What I thought was a novel turned out to be a mini biography of a very interesting minor celebrity.
A look at through the 1950s in Shepparton and other places, through the eyes of a local biographer.
I remember Jelena’s father, Damir Dokic, when he was on Bourke’s Backyard, and he looked ready to explode at any moment. I’ve never seen Don Burke be so careful with a guest. This was a small sample of what Jelena’s father was like.
Working Class Boy covers Jimmy’s early years beginning in Glasgow, Scotland and then moving to Australia. Life was difficult in both places but at least the weather was nice and warm in Australia.
A fascinating look into the world of the Australian rock scene in the 70’s and 80’s told by Jimmy Barnes.
Skimpy is an auto biography by Kellie Arrowsmith, a “skimpy” bar waitress. Outrageous true tales of crocodiles, snakes and pulling beers in the top end.