Hawkins' Grove

Rated 4.67/5 based on 3 reviews
Lillian Langley is a young single woman living with her family in the highlands of Tasmania, she ends up with child. Disowned by her father, she flees the family farm where she is waylaid by two masked men. While escaping she falls over a cliff. Because of her injuries, her clearly marked trail is found leading to the river where it is presumed she has drowned. Everyone believes her dead More
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Words: 32,850
Language: English
ISBN: 9781466104600
About Graeme Bourke

In 1985 Graeme took up fly fishing in Tasmania and during this journey he kept a diary which was used to produce his first non-fiction book "Come Fly Fish With Me." He then completed a correspondence course on writing and began writing articles for sporting and travel magazines. In 2008 he published his second book on fishing "If Only The World Would Go Fishing." His main ambition was to write fiction, so in 2010 he published "Hawkins' Grove" which has also been converted to an ebook. These three books are available in hard copy from "Window on the World" bookshop in Ulverstone, Tasmania. Mountain Pride, The Ghost Ship,The Gates of Hell and The House of Dreams are only available as ebooks. In June of 2014 Graeme uploaded the first book in his trilogy "The Orphan and the Shadow Walker: The Awakening" the feedback has been very positive. Sales from the second and third book have been encouraging.

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Review by: Christine Williams on Aug. 18, 2013 :
An enticing read, a superb characterization of life in the colony. This would make a great television drama/love story.
(reviewed 7 months after purchase)

Review by: Ann Garrett on July 09, 2013 :
Good read, great setting, heart warming characters. A realistic glimpse of a time past
(reviewed 10 months after purchase)

Review by: sharon on Dec. 20, 2011 :
An excellent read, I couldn't put the book down, I had to know the ending!! and the book has it all: romance/intrigue/suspence, highly recommended
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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