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.
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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.