The Whip Hand: A Stand-Out Collection of Short Stories

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Good Reading Magazine

Nadine Browne is an agnostic writer who was raised as a born-again Christian and studied theology at Monash University. Mihaela Nicolescu was born in Romania, raised in Sweden, and spent 13 years in London before coming to reside in Perth. The two authors have had their short story collections published together in The Whip Hand – a compendium of tales about people on the edge. gr reviewer Emma Stubley reports.


‘Who holds the whip hand?’ asks a question on the back cover of this book.

Never have I been so intrigued by a blurb.

Separated into two collections of short stories, Mihaela Nicolescu’s ‘The Returning’ and Nadine Browne’s ‘Playing Dead,’ this anthology is primarily concerned with women’s stories.

From Sweden to Romania to England, Nicolescu’s stories recognise that human nature truly does extend beyond international borders. With characters ranging from a refugee finding unlikely help from a teenage girl to a…

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