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9 2 y separately published work icon Slangen I Sydney Michael Larsen , ( trans. Ingrid Glienke with title Im Zeichen der Schlange ) Munich : Carl Hanser , 2000 Z1149084 1997 single work novel thriller 'When a young woman is rushed to a Sydney hospital suffering from a snakebite, she's lucky to be treated by Annika Niebuhr, a doctor whose fascination with serpents began with the Norse myths of her Danish childhood. Annika recognises the bite of a taipan, the world's most poisonous snake, but not one native to Sydney and realises it can only have been planted. Inadvertently, or so she believes, Annika is drawn into an investigation that becomes increasingly outlandish. A miraculous recovery, a clairvoyant schizophrenic, the apparent suicide of a close friend, none makes sense to a rational medic. Yet for all her scepticism, Annika begins to realise that she must use her instincts and imagination if she is to survive.' (Sighted 27/06/05).
1 Untitled Ingrid Glienke , 1997 single work review
— Appears in: Australian Studies , Summer vol. 12 no. 1 1997; (p. 160-162)

— Review of Bushman and Bookworm: Letters of Joseph Furphy Joseph Furphy , 1990 selected work correspondence biography
1 Untitled Ingrid Glienke , 1994 single work review
— Appears in: Australian Studies , July no. 8 1994; (p. 115-118)

— Review of The Life and Opinions of Tom Collins : A Study of the Works of Joseph Furphy Julian Croft , 1991 multi chapter work criticism