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Alchemy and Rose

Alchemy and Rose
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Barcode Shelf Location Collection Volume Ref. Branch Status Due Date Res.
S0004436431 Mai
Adult Fiction Historical   Mobile Library . Automatically Renewed . 22 Sep 2021
S0008062577 F Mai
Adult Fiction   Narrandera . On Loan . 27 Sep 2021
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ISBN 9781529384994
Call Number F Mai
Author Maine, Sarah
Title Alchemy and Rose
Place of production London : Hodder & Stoughton, 2021.
Notes 1866. Will Stewart is one of many who have left their old lives behind to seek their fortunes in New Zealand's last great gold rush. The conditions are hostile and the outlook bleak, but he must push on in his uncertain search for the elusive buried treasure. Rose is about to arrive on the shores of South Island when a storm hits and her ship is wrecked. Just when all seems lost she is snatched from the jaws of death by Will, who risks his life to save her. Drawn together by circumstance, they stay together by choice and for a while it seems that their stars have finally aligned. But after a terrible misunderstanding they are cruelly separated, and their new-found happiness is shattered. As Will chases Rose across oceans and continents, he must come to terms with the possibility that he might never see her again. And if he does, he will have to face the man who took her...
Subject Added Entry - Topical Immigrants New Zealand
Gold mines and mining New Zealand
Scots New Zealand
Australians New Zealand
Married people
Gold mines and mining New Zealand History 19th century
Man-woman relationships
Life change events
Subject Added Entry - Geographic Melbourne (Vic.) -- History -- 19th century
Scotland -- History -- 19th century
New Zealand -- History -- 1840-1876
Genre Historical fiction
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