Whodunnits: readers’ choice of beach books
Indeed, even those of us Down Under can take advantage of the long winter nights and inclement weather to get a little extra reading in. So here’s the idea: use the form below to nominate yarns that you found engrossing, decent and enjoyable. You can submit more than one – that is, use the form more than once. Just tell us briefly why each one is a good read, and this time next week we will publish our selection of your recommendations.
|It didn’t happen overnight|
Margaret Somerville | CONJUGALITY | 7 June 2016
The cultural and social changes of the past 50 years laid the groundwork for transgenderism.
|The rights and wrongs of the Human Genome Project—Write|
Karl D. Stephan | FEATURES | 7 June 2016
It's hard to imagine how this venture can be achieved ethically
|It’s time to consign clericalism to the past, where it belongs|
Jack Valero | ABOVE | 7 June 2016
The role of the laity is in public life, not in clerical-like ministries.
|Whodunnits: readers’ choice of beach books|
Carolyn Moynihan | FEATURES | 7 June 2016
Which crime or mystery thriller should we pack to take on holiday?
|Feminists and public health scholars at odds over pornography|
Nicole M. King | FAMILY EDGE | 7 June 2016
An escape from 'gendered sex' - or an addiction that breeds violence?
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