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The Homestead on the river

The Homestead on the river
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S0004315253 F Mac
Adult Fiction   Griffith . Available .  
S0005007162 F Mac
Adult Fiction   Carrathool . Automatically Renewed . 12 Mar 2020
S0007102536 F Mac
Adult Fiction   Hay . On Loan . 9 Mar 2020
S0007137141 F Mac
Adult Fiction   Narrandera Mobile Library . On Loan . 11 Mar 2020
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ISBN 9781489250421
Call Number F Mac
Author Mackenzie, Rosie
Title The Homestead on the river
Place of production Sydney, NSW : Mira, 2019
Notes In stark contrast to her own childhood during the last days of the Raj in India, the spectacular beauty surrounding their home, Rathgarven in Ireland has proven to be a happy place for Kathleen O'Sullivan and her husband, James, to raise their four children. But Kathleen is no stranger to heartbreak, and when the family is faced with losing everything, she knows they will need to adapt to survive. Even if that means leaving their beloved home and moving to Australia to start afresh. Lillie O'Sullivan knows that her mother and father haven't been entirely truthful about the reasons for their move to Australia. But as they settle into their new home in rural New South Wales she is willing to give it a chance. That is, until the secrets her parents have kept for so long finally catch up with them. Secrets that have the power to destroy their family and ruin their future. From the vibrant colours of India to the meadows of Ireland to the harsh but beautiful Australian land, a family fight for their future.
Subject Added Entry - Topical Families
Life change events
Family secrets
Subject Added Entry - Geographic New South Wales
Genre Historical fiction
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