Black Pearls

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Black Pearls weaves a powerful story around Ellie, the beautiful, adopted daughter of a missionary couple. One fateful day in 1903, the murderous crew from a black-birding ship anchored in Baninga Bay, invades Ellie’s village. The simplicity of Ellie's idyllic life, among jungle-clad mountains, white beaches and gentle waterfalls, is no more. More

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About Heather Whipp

Heather is a US resident, living with her husband in Southern Utah.

Born and raised in Australia, Heather, also a university-trained teacher, lived for a number of years in England and, in later years, on a South Pacific island.

From an early age Heather found that getting lost in the lives of the characters in the books she read, was an inescapable part of her world. Writing began as oral storytelling with her young school friends crowding around to listen to her stories, which she developed in her imagination as she went along. While still in primary school she developed a love for recording the plots and twists in her stories.

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Review by: Robert Crowley on April 11, 2012 :
I enjoyed reading the book. After I got started it was hard to put it down. I was confused by the word ( noone) used in places where 2 words should have been used, ( no one ) but after getting passed that part the rest flowed well. Robert Crowley, friend and neighbor in St. George, Utah
(reviewed long after purchase)

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