The West Coast of the South Island of New Zealand is a land of dense bush, rushing rivers, and a coastline of spectacular beauty in the shadow of the Southern Alps. It is wild wet country, a pioneering land that breed’s resilient people.
Elizabeth and Gordon Tregowarth begin their married life on Duffield Station in Skippers Canyon in 1887. When tragedy strikes Elizabeth’s life spirals into an unimaginable horror. The story jumps a hundred years to the next owners of Duffield Station and a chance discovery by a visitor to the farm creates a link to the past which helps to unravel the mysteries of the tragedy one hundred years ago.