Saturday, November 27, 2010
Thursday, November 25, 2010
Published in 1968, this book, Blondes Love Black, is a heartwarming story about a Norwegian (the blonde) whose family came to Australia in search of oil (the black). No rooting, no porn, no sex, just oil and Aboriginals with names like King Billy and other borderline racist names. And that's it.
As simple as that really.
This volume was, as far as I can tell, the only thing G.D. Lindholm ever wrote, and clearly at some stage he settled in Victor Harbor, as the inscription to the book, by Lindholm's wife Cynthia, was written in 1979 and states where she was living at the time.