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The Roadhouse

The Roadhouse
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S0004375520 McG
Adult Fiction Relationships   Griffith . Available .  
S0005038618 F McG
Adult Fiction   Carrathool . Available .  
S0008057506 F McG
Adult Fiction   In Transit . From Narrandera to Narrandera Mobile Library, Rit/ .  
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Field name Details
ISBN 9780143794196
Call Number F McG
Author McGinnis, Kerry
Title The Roadhouse
Place of production Melbourne, Vic. : Michael Joseph, 2019
Notes You can't choose your family, but you can make your own
When aspiring actress Charlie Carver learns that her cousin Annabelle has died, she immediately leaves Melbourne to fly home to the remote family roadhouse east of Alice Springs. It has been years since her last visit and her relationship with her mother, Molly, is strained but Charlie is determined to patch up their differences. The reunion, however, is interrupted when Molly suffers a heart attack. With her mother airlifted out for life-saving surgery, Charlie is left to take the reins of the struggling family business, alongside friends old and new, including the captivating local stockman Mike. The authorities declare Annabelle to have taken her own life, but when a woman's body turns up at an abandoned mine site, Charlie begins to wonder what else is being covered up, and why. Beginning a search for the truth, a perilous bush chase unfolds that threatens her own life, causing Charlie to wonder whether she ever knew Annabelle at all.
Subject Added Entry - Topical Roadhouses
Cousins Death
Mothers and daughters
Family secrets
Murder Investigation
Australian fiction
Suspense fiction
Subject Added Entry - Geographic Alice Springs (N.T.
Genre Relatiolnships
Reservations Queue 1
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