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DAVID Finch­ley’s lat­est novel Prang aims to leave read­ers won­der­ing how they would re­act to a very real moral dilemma.

Born into a poor work­ing class fam­ily, Mac has worked hard and has al­most ev­ery­thing he would want: a happy mar­riage, a suc­cess­ful ca­reer and the prospect of a vast in­her­i­tance.

Driv­ing home from the deal­ers in his new car, a small prang sets in mo­tion a chain of events that threat­ens ev­ery­thing he holds dear as a face he hasn’t seen for more than 20 years brings back me­mories of the one mis­take he’d rather for­get.

The Week­ender and Austin Macau­ley Pub­lish­ers have four copies to give away.

Send your name, ad­dress and day­time phone num­ber to Prang Give­away, Locked Bag 2, North­bridge WA 6865. Or email week­ender@com­mu­ni­tynews.com.au. Go to www.com­mu­ni­tynews.com.au/termsand-con­di­tions.

Free­way could be ex­tended.

GOOD WEEK For the City of Wan­neroo, re­ceiv­ing sup­port from Fed­eral politi­cians to push for the ex­ten­sion of the free­way to Romeo Road. BAD WEEK For the WA Con­ser­va­tion Coun­cil with news pol­lu­tion li­cences were granted to in­dus­tries last year for up to 20 years.

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