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Wishart's quest / Peter Corris
Bib ID 4835288
Format BookBook
Author
Corris, Peter, 1942-2018
 
Edition 1st ed. 
Description North Melbourne [Vic.] : Press On Publishing/Arcadia, 2009 
288 p. ; 20 cm. 
ISBN 9781921509544
Series

Press on ; 1.

Summary

In a New England country town, academic Tom Wishart is struck by an amateur painting in the local art gallery. It looks just like him. Wishart is a foundling who knows nothing about his parents. This uncanny resemblance sets him on a quest to discover his origins.

Subjects Wishart, Tom (Fictitious character)  |  Genealogy -- Fiction.  |  Australian fiction.
Form/genre Australian fiction.

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