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Dorothy June Wright (née Healy; 29 June 1919 – 4 February 2012) was an Australian writer. She wrote six popular crime novels between 1948 and 1966, all with recognisable settings in and around Melbourne. She also wrote many articles for Catholic lay journals such as The Majellan, Caritas and Scapular and the Catholic newspaper The Advocate. She recorded her personal memoirs and family history in two volumes in 1994 and 1997.

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by Wright, June, 1919-2012
[Newport, Victoria] : Patrick John and Anthony Gerard Wright on behalf of the Estate of Dorothy June Wright, 2014
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by Wright, June, 1919-2012
[Newport, Victoria] : Patrick John and Anthony Gerard Wright on behalf of the Estate of Dorothy June Wright, 2014
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by Wright, June, 1919-2012
Portland, OR : Verse Chorus Press, [2013] , ©2013
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