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Who'll Stop The Rain?: Agent Orange And The Children Of New Zealand's Vietnam Veterans

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  • Title: Who'll Stop The Rain?: Agent Orange And The Children Of New Zealand's Vietnam Veterans
  • Author: Deborah Challinor Elizabeth Lancaster
  • ISBN: 9781869503413
  • Page: 352
  • Format: Hardcover

[PDF] Who'll Stop The Rain?: Agent Orange And The Children Of New Zealand's Vietnam Veterans | by ☆ Deborah Challinor Elizabeth Lancaster, Who'll Stop The Rain?: Agent Orange And The Children Of New Zealand's Vietnam Veterans, Deborah Challinor Elizabeth Lancaster, Who ll Stop The Rain Agent Orange And The Children Of New Zealand s Vietnam Veterans Since the s many American Australian and New Zealand Vietnam vets have suffered health problems some believe as a result of their exposure to chemicals during the war Many of their children also suffer a range of illnesses and disabilities Deborah Challinor tells the New Zealand story for the first time [PDF] Who'll Stop The Rain?: Agent Orange And The Children Of New Zealand's Vietnam Veterans | by ☆ Deborah Challinor Elizabeth Lancaster - Who'll Stop The Rain?: Agent Orange And The Children Of New Zealand's Vietnam Veterans, Who ll Stop The Rain Agent Orange And The Children Of New Zealand s Vietnam Veterans Since the s many American Australian and New Zealand Vietnam vets have suffered health problems some believe as a result of their exposure to chemicals during the war Many of their children al

  • [PDF] Who'll Stop The Rain?: Agent Orange And The Children Of New Zealand's Vietnam Veterans | by ☆ Deborah Challinor Elizabeth Lancaster
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Who'll Stop The Rain?: Agent Orange And The Children Of New Zealand's Vietnam Veterans

About "Deborah Challinor Elizabeth Lancaster"

  1. Deborah Challinor Elizabeth Lancaster

    Born in Huntly, she holds a PhD in New Zealand history from the University of Waikato Challinor has worked as a fulltime writer and historian since 2000.Primarily known for her historical novels, Deborah Challinor s first published books were non fiction history books, including the best selling Grey Ghosts New Zealand Vietnam Vets Talk About Their War Hodder Moa Beckett, 1998.Her first historical novel, Tamar, was published in 2002 and has been reprinted six times Tamar is set in Auckland, Hawke s Bay and South Africa and covers the period from 1879 until the Boer War The series continues with White Feathers 2003 and Blue Smoke 2004.Union Belle 2005 tells the love story of a young woman caught up in the 1951 waterfront strike, and Kitty 2006 is set in the Bay of Islands in nineteenth century New Zealand Both novels have been at the top of the New Zealand fiction bestseller list.Attention to historical detail is an important part of writing for Challinor I base my novels on actual historical events, and it s very important to me to research those events in depth and to present them accurately, she says.Reviewing Union Belle in North and South magazine in April 2005, Warwick Roger commented that You can smell the beer and cigarette smoke in the public bar of the Huntly Hotel, hear the band at the Saturday night dances at the miner s hall it s a book I kept sneaking back to whenever I had a spare quarter hour, eager to advance the story Fire HarperCollins, 2007 , Challinor s seventh novel, is set in Auckland during the hype leading up to the royal visit of 1953, but is based on the Ballantyne s department store fire of 1947 in Christchurch A powerful and dramatic story of passion, ambition and greed, it became a number one bestseller.Amber, the sequel to Kitty, was published later in 2007 and also became a bestseller Amber opens in New Zealand in 1945, on the eve of the Northern War in the Bay of Islands, in which Kitty is caught up Sent to Auckland away from the fighting, Kitty encounters an orphaned part Maori girl she names Amber Together they return to the Bay of Islands, where both Kitty must risk her own life to save Amber s Isle of Tears HarperCollins NZ Ltd, 2009 is a story about 14 year old Scottish immigrant Isla McKinnon and her younger brothers and sister When they are orphaned they are adopted by Taranaki Maori and become caught up in the wars in Taranaki, the Waikato and the Bay of Plenty.A revised edition of Challinor s Grey Ghosts HarperCollins NZ was published in 2009 This edition included a new chapter on how the New Zealand Vietnam veteran community has fared since the book was first published in 1998.

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