BioDebbie Terranova is a writer of contemporary and historical fiction and non-fiction with a distinctly Australian flavour. Eras of particular interest are the roaring 20s, the Second World War in Australia, and the vibrant free-wheeling 1970s.<br /> <br /> Her new release, 'Enemies within these Shores' (2018) is historical fiction based on a true untold story about Australia's home front during World War 2. <br /> <br /> Her urban crime mystery novels, 'Baby Farm' (2014) and 'The Scarlet Key' (2016), feature investigative reporter extraordinaire, Seth VerBeek. You will be kept guessing right until the end, with countless plot twists and surprises.<br /> <br /> 'Mowbray Brothers' and 'Mischief' are prize-winning short fiction pieces.<br /> <br /> Debbie is a member of the Australian Society of Authors and the Queensland Writers Centre. She has a Bachelor of Arts (Psychology) and a Master of Public Administration from the University of Queensland, and is a human resources professional.
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Saturday night, summer of 1920. Mowbray Park is where the local lads go for a laugh, a beer and a smoke. Eight-year-old Lucky sneaks out of bed to discover his brother and hero has taken a dare that could cost much more than his one shilling bet. 'Mowbray Brothers' is inspired by the author’s father, who liked to tell stories of growing up in the workers’ suburb of East Brisbane in the 1920s. “Debbie’s writing is so descriptive and vivid. I felt more invested in these characters in the short time I knew them than a lot of characters in full novels.”