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The Cedar tree

The Cedar tree
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S0004391398 Ale
Adult Fiction Australian   Griffith . Automatically Renewed . 28 Sep 2021
S0005032866 F Ale
Adult Fiction   Carrathool . Available .  
S0007151569 F Ale
Adult Fiction   Hay . Available .  
S0008012556 F Ale
Adult Fiction   Jerilderie . Available .  
S0004306131 Ale
Adult Fiction Australian   Mobile Library . Available .  
S0008055237 F Ale
Adult Fiction   Narrandera . Automatically Renewed . 23 Sep 2021
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ISBN 9780143786856
Call Number F Ale
Author Alexander, Nicole L.
Title The Cedar tree
Place of production North Sydney, NSW : Bantam, 2020
Notes In 1864 cousins Brandon and Sean O'Riain fled their tenant farms in County Tipperary as wanted criminals. Now, three years on, they are working as cedar-cutters in New South Wales's lush-green Richmond Valley. But while Brandon embraces the opportunities this new country offers, Sean refuses to let go of the past. And one of them is about to make a dangerous choice... Nearly a century later, in the spring of 1949, Stella O'Riain is also fleeing her home - a sheep property on the barren edge of the Strzelecki Desert. She leaves behind her husband Joe and a baby daughter. With no money and limited options, Stella accepts her brother-in-law Harry's offer to live at the O'Riain family cane farm in the Richmond Valley. However Harry's refusal to discuss Joe - or the row that tore the brothers apart - leaves Stella with more questions than answers. In particular, why does she feel someone is watching her from a distance? And what is the real reason she is banned from speaking to the owner of the farm next door?
Subject Added Entry - Topical Country life Australia
Farm life
Man-woman relationships
Australian fiction
Farm life
Man-woman relationships
Subject Added Entry - Geographic Richmond River Valley (N.S.W.)
Genre Australian
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