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COVER STORY The Strange Case of the Vanishing Safe Schools Resources

EDITORIAL By-elections will test Shorten's 'politics of envy' strategy

ASIA-PACIFIC AFFAIRS A modest proposal for Australia's regional security

CANBERRA OBSERVED Odds are that Labor won't Albo Bill aside

TECHNOLOGY Wonder carbon material on cusp of commercialisation

ENVIRONMENT Electric vehicles still only for elitist planet savers

ENERGY SECURITY Steam rail backup could get us out of hot water

ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENT NEG papers over crisis behind energy price hikes

FOREIGN AFFAIRS Beijing goes 'boo', Qantas gets in a flap

EUTHANASIA Death with dignity, or putting Death to death?

HUMOUR

MUSIC Aural wallpaper: The background hiss to our lives

CINEMA Ant-Man and the Wasp: Downsized superheroes

BOOK REVIEW Timely essays on religious freedom

BOOK REVIEW Fraudulent father of psychoanalysis

POETRY

LETTERS

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KID DAKOTA AND THE SECRET AT GRANDMA'S HOUSE

Walt Heyer

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In this sensational novel based on a true story, author Walt Heyer powerfully places the reader in the life of Kid Dakota in Los Angeles in the 1940s.

Secrets, we learn, have consequences when Kid Dakota becomes the unwilling participant in his grandmother’s dark obsession. Dakota tries to shake off Nana’s depraved secret – he marries, becomes a father and achieves spectacular success in his career. But Nana’s decades-old secret holds him in its grip, threatening to turn his life upside-down.

The cover depicts a vulnerable, but gutsy, Kid Dakota with his heels firmly planted in the turf. Displaying that same grit throughout his life, Dakota tackles the devastating obstacles that come his way. Kid Dakota shows us how important it is to never give up, no matter what.

About the author

Walt Heyer was once a married man with two great kids who built a successful career, first as a design engineer for the Apollo space mission systems and later as a key member of the team at Honda that launched the luxury Acura division. A sex change ended it all. Walt painstakingly restored his life and is now married and an author and speaker with a mission to inspire and help others. Other books by Walt Heyer: Trading My Sorrows, Perfected with Love, and Paper Genders.

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