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McPhee Gribble, Melbourne - first edition, 1993. 9 1/2" x 6", with dust jacket. AS NEW book in AS NEW unclipped dust jacket. All her life Esther La Farge has been haunted by the image of a boy with green teeth who gave her a muttonbird feather. At 67, sitting in her wheelchair in a garden full of ghosts, she falls in love with his grandson: the devious charmer, Billy Crowe. A narrative of sexual intrigue, memory and death - Dorothy Hewett's first novel in 34 years. LOOSELY INSERTED: copy of press bereavement tribute to Hewett, d. Aug. 2002.