Ashmore Grief

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The story of an illegal immigrant who arrives in Australia by boat and goes on to become the Prime Minister. The story of a woman at the end of hope who is rescued from a smuggler's boat only to become enslaved. The story of a man who has lost his way, and needs a cause for which to fight, and a reason to live. More

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Words: 95,660
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301321049
About D.A. Cairns

Heavy metal fan and cricket tragic, D. A. Cairns lives in Darwin in Australia's Northern Territory where he works as an English language teacher and writes stories in his very limited spare time. He has had over 50 short stories published(who's counting, right?) He has authored 4 novels to date: Devolution, Loathe Your Neighbor, Ashmore Grief and A Muddy Red River.

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Review by: Kellie Lalor on Nov. 16, 2013 :
This book takes the reader on a thought provoking journey that will have the reader questioning their own views on assylum seekers. I under estimated the book and it's author prior to reading. I am not politically minded and have never really thought much about assylum seekers, this book has taught me so much! But there is so much more to this book then the plight of assylum seekers. There's romance, simmering tensions, back stabbing and even murder and assisination attempts!! I haven't been disappointed and im sure you wont be either!! Thank you David for allowing me to read this fantastic book!!
(reviewed 32 days after purchase)

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