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Under the golden sun

Under the golden sun
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Barcode Shelf Location Collection Volume Ref. Branch Status Due Date Res.
S0004432102 Ash
Adult Fiction Romance   Mobile Library . On Loan . 21 Apr 2021
S0005049300 F Ash
Adult Fiction   Carrathool . On Loan . 19 Apr 2021
S0007169261 F Ash
Adult Fiction   Hay . On Loan . 15 Apr 2021
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ISBN 9780751573237
Call Number F Ash
Author Ashcroft, Jenny
Title Under the golden sun
Place of production London : Sphere, 2020
Notes One long journey to Australia. One long journey home
Wanted: companion to escort a young, orphaned child to Australia. All expenses as well as passage covered. Interested parties to apply without delay to 32 Williams Street, Belgravia. England, 1941 Rose Hamilton is on the train to London Paddington for a twenty-fifth birthday celebration, when she sees a situation vacant in a discarded newspaper. A year ago Rose would have thought nothing of it, but that was before her unjust dismissal from the Air Force, exile to a sleepy Devon village, and a growing and upsetting distance between her and her fiance Xander. Before she knows what she's doing, Rose is walking down Williams Street and into the life of a little boy named Walter. She agrees to chaperone him across the world, having no idea of the secrets, lies and heartbreak awaiting them at the plantation. But when the time comes for Rose to leave the wild Australian outback, will she be able to do it?
Subject Added Entry - Topical Romance fiction
Fighter pilots
Country life Australia
Farm life Australia
Cattle herding
Child care
Young women England
Man-woman relationships
Orphans England
Plantations Australia
Australian fiction
Subject Added Entry - Geographic Queensland
Genre Romance
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