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              Stars Over the Southern Ocean
               

              Stars Over the Southern Ocean (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

              By Fletcher, J. H.

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                1 Jul 20

              A sweeping Australian saga of one woman's impossible choice between family and freedom. With her home and freedom on the line, will her family force her to leave it all behind? 1937 - Seventeen year old Marina Fairbrother has lived in the small logging town of Mole Creek, Tasmani...a, her whole life. When she meets Jory Trevelyan, she is intrigued by the young man with the strange name and his tales of the west coast. Stories of wild winds and a tumultuous sea leave her hungering for a freedom she hadn't realised she lacked. 1993 - After a terminal diagnosis, Marina knows there is only one place she wants to spend her remaining days. The remote coastal property of Noamunga has been her home for the past fifty years. Her memories are imprinted on the walls of the house and the rocks of the cliffs. Here she raised their three children, loved deeply, survived a war, worked hard, grieved deeply and lived a good life. But there are forces that threaten to pull her away from her beloved home. Daughters whose well-intentioned concerns hide selfish ambition, a son who puts his future in the hands of the wrong people, and an oil company intent on striking oil just off the coast of her land. Praise for White Sands of Summer 'A wonderful story of family, relationships, love, stamina and business. A great read!' - Beauty & Lace
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              ISBN 9781489259080
              Published AU 1 Jul 2020
              Publisher Harlequin
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              White Sands of Summer

              White Sands of Summer (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

              By Fletcher, J. H.

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              This multi-faceted saga tells the interlinked story of two sisters as they face poverty, loss and betrayal through the changing landscape of Australia in the 40s and 60s. Will wealth and love be theirs for the taking or will they run like sand through their fingers? No-one though...t barmaid Shannon Harcourt stood a chance with Hal Maitland, heir to the vast Maitland fortune. Yet their unlikely relationship flourishes until, one summer's day on the white sands of Charles Green Island, they realise their true feelings for each other - feelings that must motivate them to survive the coming war. Forty years on, Shannon, a successful businesswoman and younger sister Jess, an accomplished chef, have left their days of poverty far behind. Shannon now has her sights set on purchasing the island where her young love began. But when reclusive businessman, Dermot Black, becomes acquainted with Jess and shows interest in Charles Green, Shannon is wary of his motives. What could Black possibly want with the island, and why is he so interested in the Harcourt sisters? A story of love and competing ambitions, and a reminder to never underestimate the determination of a woman.
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              ISBN 9781489259073
              Published AU 20 May 2019
              Publisher Harlequin
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              DUST OF THE LAND

              DUST OF THE LAND (Paperback)

              By Fletcher, J. H.

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              There was only one way she could guarantee her future...and she knew that she would take it. Bella Tucker has come a long way. Born illegitimate and banished to the London slums by her vindictive stepmother, at six Bella is rescued by her grandfather and brought up as a member of... the aristocratic Richmond family. Her future seems assured when she falls passionately in love with Charles Hardy, heir to the wealthy Hardy estate -- until her grandfather's death changes everything...Heartbroken and headstrong, Bella flees to Australia, where she is offered a job by the charismatic Garth Tucker, owner of Miranda Downs, a vast cattle station in the stunning and remote Pilbara region. After several near disasters, she finds herself falling in love with Garth amidst the dust, heat and the endless expanse of bush. Together, Bella and Garth become major players in the new mining industry, allowing Bella to build her dream home, the sprawling homestead, 'Desire'. But after Garth's unfortunate death, Bella is forced to deal with circumstances that bring the family close to ruin...and the business Bella and Garth have built to the brink of collapse. Can Bella untangle the lies and save the business and her family home? And will she ever lay eyes again on the man she never ceased to love, Charles Hardy? Dust of the Land is an epic saga of one woman's strength through her trials in love and betrayal on Australia's red frontier.
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              ISBN 9781743692424
              Published AU 23 Mar 2015
              Publisher Harlequin Enterprises (Austral
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              Fire in Summer
               

              Fire in Summer (Paperback)

              By Fletcher, J. H.

              The story of the Warrens, a South Australian farming family and the dispute between two of the brothers, Wilf and Hedley, which continues on through their descendants.

              ISBN 9780732267889
              Published AU 27 Sep 2000
              Publisher HarperCollins Publishers
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              THE GOVERNOR'S HOUSE

              THE GOVERNOR'S HOUSE (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

              By Fletcher, J. H.

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              The story of two remarkable women, united by blood but separated by time - from the author of Dust of the Land Born in poverty, transported for theft, and in love with a charismatic but dangerous man - for Cat Haggard the Tasmanian Governor's House is not merely a beautiful build...ing but a symbol of all she hopes to obtain in life. From convict, bushranger and accused pirate, Cat transforms herself into an entrepreneur and pillar of colonial Tasmanian society. But how is she connected to a missing ship? And could she be involved in the disappearance of a priceless treasure that, one hundred and three years after her death, will be claimed not only by a foreign government but by unscrupulous men determined to use it for their own ends? Joanne, dean of history at the university and Cat's descendant, is assigned the task of locating the missing artefact. Joanne believes the key may lie in a coded notebook she has inherited along with Cat's other mysteries. But will she be able to decipher the message and put a century-old secret to rest? And will she survive to join her true love in the Governor's House - a house that has come to mean as much to her as it did to her long-dead ancestor?
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              ISBN 9781743692691
              Published AU 25 May 2015
              Publisher Harlequin Enterprises (Austral
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              LAND OF GOLDEN WATTLE

              LAND OF GOLDEN WATTLE (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

              By Fletcher, J. H.

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              1826, Van Diemen's Land Seventeen-year-old Emma Tregellas has no one she can depend upon but herself. When her reckless father is killed in a duel, Emma finds herself in danger of being sold off into a marriage more like a burial alive than a future. Aided by the man she loves, E...phraim Dark, Emma manages to flee to her uncle in the distant colony of Van Diemen's Land and obtains sanctuary with her only living relative, the wealthy but unscrupulous Barnsley Tregellas. Reunited with Ephraim, she envisages a future together but Barnsley has other ideas...1982, Tasmania Bec Hampton was born in the closing years of the 19th century and has maintained a steely grip on Derwent, the immense agri-empire her family had built since the early days of white settlement, when her ancestor Emma Tregellas, was instrumental in building the family's fortunes. Now, the dearest wish of her heart is that her granddaughter Tamara Penrose inherit the farm, but her dissolute son Giles has other ideas. Will Derwent survive this threat or could it be that it will finally fall?
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              ISBN 9781489233288
              Published AU 22 May 2017
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              THE GOVERNOR'S HOUSE

              THE GOVERNOR'S HOUSE (Paperback)

              By Fletcher, J. H.

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              The story of two remarkable women, united by blood but separated by time -- from the author of Dust of the Land. Born in poverty, transported for theft, and in love with a charismatic but dangerous man -- for Cat Haggard the Tasmanian Governor's House is not merely a beautiful bu...ilding but a symbol of all she hopes to obtain in life. From convict, bushranger and accused pirate, Cat transforms herself into an entrepreneur and pillar of colonial Tasmanian society. But how is she connected to a missing ship? And could she be involved in the disappearance of a priceless treasure that, one hundred and three years after her death, will be claimed not only by a foreign government but by unscrupulous men determined to use it for their own ends? Joanne, dean of history at the university and Cat's descendant, is assigned the task of locating the missing artefact. Joanne believes the key may lie in a coded notebook she has inherited along with Cat's other mysteries. But will she be able to decipher the message and put a century-old secret to rest? And will she survive to join her true love in the Governor's House -- a house that has come to mean as much to her as it did to her long-dead ancestor?
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              ISBN 9781760374051
              Published AU 26 Apr 2016
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              Sun in Splendour
               

              Sun in Splendour (Paperback)

              By Fletcher, J. H.

              Born amid the violence of the Paris Commune, smuggled out of France and raised in the Blue Mountains, Marie Desmoulins becomes one of the great artists of the 20th century. This story is an account of one woman's creative life and the true price of artistic genius.

              ISBN 9780732269487
              Published AU 27 Nov 2002
              Publisher HarperCollins Publishers
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              In The Valley Of Blue Gums

              In The Valley Of Blue Gums (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

              By Fletcher, J. H.

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              ISBN 9781489257314
              Published AU 21 May 2018
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              A Woman Of Courage
                

              A Woman Of Courage (EPUB ebook)

              By Fletcher, J. H.

              A rags to riches story of a woman of indomitable spirit and of the passionate love that moulds and ultimately changes her life...Fighting her way from humble beginnings in a foster home to CEO of her own highly respected international company hasn't been easy for Hilary Brand. Ev...en after she seems to have reached the top, troubles abound: her business in China, always fraught with problems, is in peril; and her arch-nemesis Haskins Gould - once her closest business associate, but now her greatest enemy - is gaining traction in his unceasing determination to destroy all she has created.Hilary's two daughters - unhappy trophy wife Jennifer and brilliant but troubled journalist Sara - also traverse the joys and terrors of love as they try to tread their own paths in the shadow of such a powerful woman. From the vastness of Western Australia to glittering Sydney and the teeming streets of Hong Kong and Singapore, this is a story of contrasting loves and of a woman of fierce determination... a woman of courage From the bestselling author of Dust of the Land
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              Published AU 23 May 2016
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