Dark Southern Sun

Ryan washes up on the Australian coast near death in 1845. Over 10 years, he witnesses the ruin of the Aboriginal people, the chaos of the world’s largest gold rush and a bloody armed uprising. Two very different women tug at Ryan’s heart as he struggles from penury to prosperity. As he succeeds in business and rises in social esteem, Ryan creates two bitter enemies who set out to destroy him. More
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About Shaun J. McLaughlin

Shaun J. McLaughlin has published two history books on the Patriot War of 1838 and two historical fiction novels: the award-winning novel, Counter Currents and its sequel, Dark Southern Sun. All books are available as ebooks and paperbacks. Shaun recently signed a publishing agreement for a third history book--a biography of Bill Johnston, the Thousand Islands legend. Shaun maintains two history blogs: one on the Patriot War and other 19-century Canadian/American border clashes (Raiders and Rebels); and, one on Bill Johnston (a.k.a. Pirate Bill Johnston). A researcher, journalist and technical writer for over thirty years, with a master’s degree in journalism, Shaun lives on a hobby farm in Eastern Ontario. Now a semiretired freelance writer, he focuses on fiction and nonfiction writing projects.

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About the Series: Ryan's Journey
Born in Ireland in the early 19th century, the fates cast Ryan adrift into a world and life of turmoil. While his heart’s desire is to settle and raise a family, that goal eludes him. His own principles, the currents of history and the will of others—people of both high ambition and men of malevolent intent—place detours, temptations and perils before him. War, rebellion, and assassination all threaten his life. Powerful friendships and fleeting glimpses of love make his life worth living and give him the strength to carry on.

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