Books by Robert Drewe

THE SHARK NET by Robert Drewe
BIOGRAPHY & MEMOIR
Released: July 1, 2000

"Altogether unexpected and quite involving: a briskly paced summer read."
Such a strange literary amalgam: a Cold War-era youth memoir interpolated with a true-crime drama. Yet, as written by Drewe, it not only makes sense, but is also damnably compelling at that. Read full book review >
THE DROWNER by Robert Drewe
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Oct. 14, 1997

"Clever, informative, exquisite in sensibility but cool in sentiment."
As carefully composed as a period photograph, Australian writer Drewe (author of six previous novels, none issued here) frames the love story at the heart of this generally well-rendered tale with evocations of water and its arid opposites—drought and desert. Read full book review >