Open Book Club

The Library is partnering with Access, Wellbeing and Equity to bring the Murdoch University community a new diverse book club!

The Open Book Club selects a novel each month with a different diversity and inclusion topic. The aim of the club is to share diverse authors and topics to the Murdoch Library community. All the books will be accessible through different means, whether that’s online or physical copies from the Murdoch Geoffery Bolton Library or you can check out eBooks and Audio Books at public libraries through the WA State Library.

There is no need to sign up, just keep an eye on this page, the Murdoch University Library Facebook page and Instagram account.

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All That's Left Unsaid by Tracey Lien

There were a dozen witnesses to Denny Tran’s brutal murder in a busy Sydney restaurant. So how come no one saw anything?


‘Just let him go.’ Those are words Ky Tran will forever regret. The words she spoke when her parents called to ask if they should let her younger brother Denny out to celebrate his high school graduation. That night in 1996, Denny – optimistic, guileless, brilliant Denny – is brutally murdered inside a busy restaurant in Cabramatta, a Sydney suburb facing violent crime, an indifferent police force, and the worst heroin epidemic in Australian history.

Tracey Lien's extraordinary debut pulls apart the intricate bonds of friendship, family, culture and community that produced a devastating crime. All That's Left Unsaid is both a study of the effects of inherited trauma and social discrimination, and a compulsively readable literary thriller that expertly holds the reader in its grip until the final page.



Open Book Club

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