The Many Deaths of Mary Dobie: Murder, Politics and Revenge in Nineteenth-Century New Zealand
By David Hastings
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This murder story, starts as a whodunit then becomes a whydunit. It takes the reader on a journey across the landscape of social and political tensions in the years leading up to the invasion of Parihaka in 1881. It is also, in a sense, a sequel to Over the Mountains of the Sea .
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The Many Deaths of Mary Dobie: Murder, Politics and Revenge in Nineteenth-Century New Zealand
9781775588160
21 September 2015
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Author Biography

David Hastingsa career in journalism spans more than four decades. He began working as journalist as a copy boy on the Melbourne Sun in 1970 and ended in 2013 as editor of the Weekend Herald. In between times he worked for Australian Associated Press, the Australasian Express in London, the ABC in Melbourne as sub-editor, producer and then television news editor. At the New Zealand Herald between 1987 and 2013 he was a sub-editor, foreign editor, news editor, deputy editor and, finally, editor of the Weekend Herald. He left the Herald in January 2013 to pursue his interest in writing history. Hastings has an MA(Hons) in History from The University of Auckland. His first book, Over the Mountains of the Sea: Life on the Migrant Ships, 1870a"1885 (AUP 2006), was based on the research he did for his MA thesis. Mary Dobie features prominently in that book through her paintings and sketches of life on a migrant ship as well as the diary she kept with her sister.