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The story of World War II Bomber Command as told by Lancaster navigator, Tasmanian Max Sanders.

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It All Comes Back to Sheep! Farming: Warts and All

Madill has a fine sense of simply telling a memorable story.
Christopher Bantick - The Sunday Tasmanian
Again, Frank Madill's reminiscences are wonderfully readable.
Noel Shaw - Launceston Examiner
It is a book for the reader who likes a good tale well told.
Madill is a good storyteller, and It All Comes Back to Sheep describes the pitfalls and the successes of his venture assisted as it was by a number of his patients who all seemed happy to lend a hand with the doctor's various and challenging projects on the farm.
- North Eastern Advertiser
While the book is, on the surface, about farming at Barrow View outside of Launceston, the book is much more.
An example is the tenderness he shows and the sympathy for those he encounters on his medical rounds.
Christopher Bantick - The Sunday Tasmanian
I thoroughly enjoyed reading Frank's first two books about his experiences as a busy general practitioner and then as a farmer and sheep breeder. Although they were written in a lighthearted and self deprecating way, I found both books to be interesting and informative.
Ray Groom - Former Premier of Tasmania
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