'Unforgiving' is compiled from diaries and letters in the 1970s and narrated into a compelling story.
Helen developed a gambling addiction in Germany and escaped from a criminal mob with a price on her head. She arrived in Australia, to get away from all her problems. In Queensland she considered manslaughter to be justified, then she annihilated an intruder, also incinerated a dubious buyer and she was still convinced, life should be one big party.
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by on October 25, 2016
- Helma Pietsch, July 2012
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