The Last Will and Testament of Henry Hoffman by John Tesarsch

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January-February 2016, no. 378
Craig Billingham reviews 'The Last Will and Testament of Henry Hoffman' by John Tesarsch

The Last Will and Testament of Henry Hoffman

by John Tesarsch

Affirm Press, $24.99 pb, 344 pp, 9781922213884

The Last Will and Testament of Henry Hoffman by John Tesarsch

Reviewed by
January-February 2016, no. 378

John Tesarsch's second novel, following the acclaimed The Philanthropist (2010), concerns the will of Henry Hoffman, a brilliant but taciturn mathematician who has committed suicide on his farm in rural Victoria. Hoffman's three children – doctoral student Eleanor, property entrepreneur Robbie, and concert pianist Sarah – are to varying degrees confounded by their father's final wishes: what possible motive might there be for the surprise his executor has delivered?

Craig Billingham reviews 'The Last Will and Testament of Henry Hoffman' by John Tesarsch

The Last Will and Testament of Henry Hoffman

by John Tesarsch

Affirm Press, $24.99 pb, 344 pp, 9781922213884

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