Children of Dust: A Memoir of Pakistan - Ali Eteraz - Google книги
Busch has also pursued careers in acting, directing and writing he played police officer Anthony Colicchio on TV's "The Wire" , although these experiences did not figure as prominently in the memoir. His nonlinear narrative can sometimes be distracting, as in one scene where he returns from active duty and a short time later auditions for a role in "The Wire," when there had been no previous mention of acting ambitions.
In another he mentions having a younger brother, but the brother is only mentioned once or twice. These holes can leave the reader wanting more.
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Dust Bunnies – A Memoir
She soon learned how to run rogue bulls and to outsmart the neighbours in the toughest game of all — mustering cattle. The playing field was a million acres of unfenced, unmarked boundaries. Sheryl went on to become the first woman in the Kimberley to run two million-acre cattle stations, but her life was not without its share of tragedy.
Her story is an epic saga of life in one of the toughest and most beautiful terrains in Australia — a story of hardship, drought, joy and triumph. Sheryl McCorry was the first woman in the Kimberley to run two million-acre cattle stations. She now divides her time between Mount Barker and Broome.
She has two children and has remarried.