Legendary Blue Diamond

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Legendary blue diamond is set in Australia mid 1800’s when bushrangers and the gold rush were active. Jessica Hayes steals her blue diamond from under the nose of her husband’s murderer. Bushrangers steal the diamond from her. She sets out to get it back and enlists the help of an aborigine man, Lightening Dawn. They fall in love. The bushrangers want the blue diamond back and try to murder them. More
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About Mark Stewart

Mark Stewart is an acclaimed author. He loves to write fiction right across the board from romance adventure to crime and onwards to science fiction. His fast paced novels will keep you on the edge of your seat from the first word to the last.
Mark lives in Melbourne Australia and tries to keep to the Aussie lingo and customs. His only gripe is he never has enough time to feed the writing enthusiasm inside him.

Mark lives in the picturesque region of the Mornington Peninsula, a full one hour drive from Melbourne.
He has been married to his wonderful patient wife for over thirty years. He has four adult children and two grand children. Everywhere he looks there is a story waiting to be told.

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About the Series: curse of the blue diamond
Australian bushrangers have been hired to steal a blue diamond from Jessica Hayes who actually stole it from the man who murdered her husband. With the help of an aborigine man named Lightening Dawn they set out to steal the diamond from the bushrangers. The biggest problem they face is if people discover they are in love the scandal will force them to leave their home and land.

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James Jenkins reviewed on on Nov. 25, 2014

I read 17% before giving up on this work. I found most of the plot development twists unlikely. One or two unlikely events ok, but pretty much every key point required for the story to continue, could only happen in a work of fiction.
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