The House at Anzac Parade
As a child Victor Kline was sexually, physically and emotionally abused by his mother. Despite this, or perhaps because of it, he went on to lead a diverse, exciting and often dangerous life. From medical guinea pig to Federal prosecutor to outback barrister.
From provincial France to the highlands of New Guinea to dodging bullets in the Sri Lankan Civil War, The House at Anzac Parade is his story, and the story of his healing.
The book is published by Frances Allen and is vailable from all good bookstores, online shops and in Paperback and E-Book from Amazon.
“ONE OF THE MOST ENTHRALLING BOOKS I HAVE READ IN MY LIFE. IF YOU ONLY READ ONE BOOK THIS YEAR, READ THIS ONE. A TOTALLY AMAZING READ”
(Bob Phillips, Radio 3 RPP Melbourne)
“SUCH AN INSPIRATIONAL STORY. I WAS STAGGERED.”
(Joe Hildebrand, Channel Ten’s Studio 10)
“IT READS LIKE A NOVEL YOU DON’T EVER WANT TO PUT DOWN.”
(Elizabeth Ban, broadcaster, author and blogger)
“FULL AND FULL AND FULL OF LIVED WISDOM.”
(Natasha Mitchell, Presenter ABC Radio National’s Life Matters)
“AN INCREDIBLE STORY.”
(Helen Shield, ABC Radio Statewide Evenings)
“AN AMAZING READ!”
(Glenn Ridge, Radio MyMp Melbourne)
“VICTOR KLINE HAS GONE ON TO HAVE QUITE A REMARKABLE LIFE.”
(Steve Price, Radio 2GB Sydney)
“AN INCREDIBLE READ.”
(Stuart Bocking, Radio 2UE Sydney)
(Sarah MacDonald, ABC Radio Presenter, author of Holy Cow, An Indian Adventure)