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Katherine England

Katherine England reviews 'If God Sleeps' by J.M. Calder

December 1997–January 1998, no. 197 01 December 1997
Justice is traditionally depicted blindfolded – fair game, one might think, for those who would stack her scales. If God sleeps, who looks out for His little ones in a system that increasingly values property above the person, and expediency above all? This pacy American crime thriller from an intriguing new Australian voice responds to the common current perception that justice is weighted aga ... (read more)