Baby Farm

How much is a baby worth?
Inspired by true events of the 1970s, this is the story of a pregnant teen banished by her parents to Maidenhead, a rural home for unwed mothers.
What really happened there? What became of the babies? What lies were told?
Above all, what happens forty years later when the truth is finally revealed? More

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Words: 88,150
Language: Australian English
ISBN: 9781311333025
About Debbie Terranova

Debbie Terranova is a writer of contemporary and historical fiction and non-fiction with a distinctly Australian flavour. Eras of particular interest are the roaring 20s, the Second World War in Australia, and the vibrant free-wheeling 1970s.

In 2018, she was awarded a Q ANZAC 100 Fellowship from the State Library of Queensland for her project entitled 'Queensland Women and War: a multicultural perspective'.

'Enemies Within These Shores' (2017) is historical fiction, based on the true story of her Italian father-in-law, a cane farmer who was interned in Australia during World War II.

The Brisbane Mysteries, 'Baby Farm' (2014) and 'The Scarlet Key' (2016), feature veteran reporter, Seth VerBeek, and his smart young sidekick, Cate Bradshaw. With countless plot twists and surprises, you'll be guessing until the very end.

'Mowbray Brothers' and 'Mischief' are prize-winning short fiction pieces.

Debbie is a member of the Australian Society of Authors and the Queensland Writers Centre. She has a Bachelor of Arts (Psychology) and a Master of Public Administration from the University of Queensland, and is a human resources professional.

About the Series: The Brisbane Mysteries
Expect the unexpected when crusty newshound, Seth VerBeek, and his smart young associate, Cate Bradshaw, team up against crime. 'The Brisbane Mysteries' are gripping mysteries with a conscience, set in beautiful subtropical Brisbane (Australia).

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