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Nicholas Jose was born in 1952 and grew up in Adelaide, South Australia. He has published stories, essays, translations and four previous novels, including Paper Nautilus (1987), Avenue of Eternal Peace (1989) and The Rose Crossing (1994), which has been translated into French, German, Chinese and Japanese. He lives in Sydney

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by Jose, Nicholas, 1952-
London ; Ringwood, Vic. : Hamish Hamilton, 1994
 
 
by Jose, Nicholas, 1952-
Crows Nest, N.S.W. : Allen & Unwin, 2012 , ©2002
BookBook [text, still image, volume]
 
 
 
 
 
by Jose, Nicholas, 1952-
Chippendale, N.S.W. : Picador, 1998
 
 
by Jose, Nicholas, 1952-
Woodstock, N.Y. : Overlook Press, 1997
 
 
by Jose, Nicholas, 1952-
Kent Town, S. Aust. : Wakefield Press, 2008
 
 
by Jose, Nicholas, 1952-
New York : A Wyatt Book for St. Martin's Press, 1998
 
 
 
Shou wang zhe / Nigulasi Zhousi zhu ; Li Yao yi
守望者 / 尼古拉斯.周思著 ; 李尧译
Uniform title: Custodians. Chinese
by Jose, Nicholas, 1952-
Chongqing : Chongqing chu ban she, 2000
重庆 : 重庆出版社, 2000
 
 
Hei mei gui / Nigulasi Zhousi zhu ; Li Yao yi
黑玫瑰 / 尼古拉斯.周思著 ; 李尧译
Uniform title: Rose crossing. Chinese
by Jose, Nicholas, 1952-
Beijing : Zhongguo wen xue chu ban she, 1997
北京 : 中国文学出版社, 1997
 
 
by Jose, Nicholas, 1952-
San Francisco, Calif. : South Yarra, [Vic.] : Chronicle Books ; Hardie Grant Books, 2000
 
 
by Jose, Nicholas, 1952-
South Yarra, Vic : Hardie Grant Books, 2003c2002
 
 
by Jose, Nicholas, 1952-
St. Lucia, Q. : University of Queensland Press, 1980
 
 
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