New review: Gabriel Weston’s Dirty Work

// 25 July 2013

Cover of Dirty Work by Gabriel Weston.jpgGabriel Weston’s provocatively titled Dirty Work centres on the professional crisis faced by an abortion provider with a conflicted and complex relationship to her work. Katherine Williams reviews the audiobook version of the novel and finds it a humanising, sensitive look at how one doctor experiences the procedure at the heart of so much – often excessively abstracted – political controversy.

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Image shows the cover of Dirty Work by Gabriel Weston.

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