The Pearman Legend

Life is challenging in the 1950’s, no less so for rebellious Anderson Scot McKenzie who loves nothing better than evading enemy soldiers and creating chaos with his friend Trev. The river holds many secrets with one more added when Andy loses his little sister there. His parents struggle with the loss of a small daughter and their fight to survive amidst the aftermath of World War II. More

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Published by Bookpal Australia
Words: 35,250
Language: English
ISBN: 9781742845647
About Rosemary Wisewould

Rosemary Wisewould (Gamble) was raised in Collie, a coal mining town in the South West of Western Australia. In High School she studied English Literature and enjoyed analysing word structure. She often got lost in daydreams. After marrying, she relocated to Fitzgerald, a wheat and sheep farming community on Western Australia’s south coast where the scope for character building, storylines and daydreaming is unlimited. With encouragement and inspiration from a number of wonderful writing groups, she began putting words together seriously and now writes with a passion. Rosemary writes for her own pleasure and to entertain other people. She hopes you enjoy this story.

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