A Girl from Shep, by Judith Doyle

What constitutes a memoir? What do you remember? Judith recalls fruit salad ice-blocks, a shaky curtsey and a glimpse of the queen in Part One of this book; an account that ranges from childhood in the depression and learning to drive in a 1926 Dodge utility through to great-grandmotherhood and Tai-Chi in the Third Millennium.

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Also available as an e-book at Amazon.com.au

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