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Robert Hale, 1982 - New Zealand fiction - 248 pages
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Morrieson writes an almost horror story in Predicament where young pimply Cedric comes face to face with the criminal world in the form of Mervyn Toebeck and The Spook. How did these unsavory ... Read full review


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About the author (1982)

Ronald Hugh Morrieson was a novelist. He was born in 1922 in New Zealand. In the 1960s, Morrieson published a series of novels dealing with life in post-war New Zealand including Come a Hot Friday and The Scarecrow. In 1982, The Scarecrow was adapted as a film starring John Carradine. Morrieson died in 1972.

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