For Pity Sake Publishing

Peace, Pacifism and Peter Yeldham

Peter Yeldham’s done a lot in his life. He’s shared an office with Spike Milligan. (Yes, that Spike Milligan.) He’s written for the BBC, the ABC, for television and radio. He’s an award-winning and nationally celebrated Australian story-teller.

Across the decades, he’s turned to war and its horror as a source of inspiration for his many novels. But unlike so many war narratives of the current age, Peter’s work never celebrates violence. In fact, most of the drama in Peter’s books is away from the battlefield. It’s the human action that dares you to read on. Scandalous romances, international intrigue, or the heart-breaking journey of refugees. It’s this, well-researched, human face of his narratives that has made him one of the countries most enduring authors.

Here’s what some readers have said:

“…really interesting history, especially about the atomic bombs and bomb testing in Marling I hope to read this book a second time.” Robyn on Above The Fold

“The story flows easily with Yeldham’s fluent writing style. I found it to be an entertaining and thought-provoking read. 4★s.” Mary on Above The Fold

“Yeldham’s story is a beautiful tribute to the Lost Generation, an intensely moving novel that will haunt the reader long after the final page.” Erin on Barbed Wire and Roses

“Yeldham has a strong reputation as a historical novelist as well as a writer for film and television. Dragons in the Forest will no doubt make that reputation stronger still.” Dorothy Johnston on Dragons In The Forest

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  1. Karon McGrath Reply

    “Above the fold” was simply …outstanding
    I could not put the book down, beautifully written.
    The story still flashes past my mind often.
    So glad to have met the Author in person..a wonderful man with a beautiful kind face and eyes.

    Karon McGrath

    • Dave Burton Reply

      We couldn’t agree more Karon!! So glad you enjoyed it. Have you read Peter’s others?

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