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Hell Ship: The true story of the plague ship Ticonderoga, one of the most calamitous voyages in Australian history by [Michael Veitch]
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'Veitch brings the story vividly to life.' Author: Sydney Morning Herald --This text refers to the audioCD edition.

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Michael Veitch hails from a family of journalists, but for years he dodged his dynastic responsibilities, preferring instead to write and perform in television sketch comedy, then later in stage productions. But blood will out, and after several years contributing to various newspapers as a freelance writer and theatre critic, he explored his life-long interest in the aviation of the Second World War in his first book, Flak, and now Fly.

Michael Veitch is a multi-talented writer, performer and presenter. He has an academic background in history but made his name as part of the ABC’s cult hit The D-Generation, followed by Fast Forward, Full Frontal and more. For five years he was the face of ABC television’s national weekly arts program, Sunday Arts, followed by a three year stint on ABC Radio, broadcasting across Tasmania and Victoria. --This text refers to the audioCD edition.

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