Fiona Kidman

Fiona Kidman is a prominent New Zealand novelist, poet, and scriptwriter. She has published a wide range of works, including novels, poetry, short stories, and plays, and has received numerous awards and honors for her writing. Her work often explores themes of human relationships, love, and the complexities of family life, and is known for its emotional depth and psychological insight.


This list of books are ONLY the books that have been ranked on the lists that are aggregated on this site. This is not a comprehensive list of all books by this author.

  1. 1. This Mortal Boy

    Set in 1950s New Zealand, "This Mortal Boy" tells the gripping true story of Albert "Paddy" Black, a young Irish immigrant who finds himself caught up in a tragic turn of events. When Paddy is accused of murder, his fate rests in the hands of the justice system and the public's perception of him as an outsider. As the trial unfolds, the novel explores themes of prejudice, class division, and the power of love and hope in the face of adversity.