Janine Burke

Janine Burke

Melbourne, Victoria

Dr. Janine Burke is an art historian and biographer, and has written eight books of fiction and art history. She has degrees from the University of Melbourne and La Trobe University. She was a lecturer in art history until she resigned from her job to become a full-time writer, which she has been for the last ten years.
Her books include Australian Women Artists, 1840-1940, Second Sight, which won the 1987 Victorian Premier's Award for Fiction, and Company of Images, which was shortlisted for The Age Book of the Year award and the Miles Franklin Award. Her novel for teenagers, Journey to Bright Water, is published by Mammoth. She also contributed to Libby Hawthorn's anthology of short stories, The Blue Dress.

Science Fiction, Science Fiction & Fantasy

The Deadly Doll (Shade Books)

Carolines family inherited a mysterious, old-fashioned doll. Soon after it arrives, Carolines mother becomes deathly sick. Then the doll starts popping up in some very odd places. Caroline thinks that the doll is out to get her mom. Could a little doll be evil?

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