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Despite the Depression, the Richardsons enjoy a simple life on the Tasmanian coast in Harrison’s Way, a small seaside community. Mary Richardson has to deal with the grief of her friend’s death in childbirth, but looking into the newborn’s eyes, she dares to hope that little Kathryn’s life will be happier. Love and romance bless Kathryn’s life when she meets Jim, an itinerant worker. But her happiness is tainted when she is among the victims of a brutal predator. Mary’s daughter, Frances, also falls prey to this monster. Can they find him in time to spare the other young women of the community?
Thirty years later, Frances and her family have moved into Hilltop View, the Richardson home. The peaceful surroundings have helped her to recover from a mother’s worst nightmare, the unsolved disappearance of Steven, one of her sons. A series of bush fires that threaten Harrison’s Way makes the hot summer seem even hotter. Are these the natural byproduct of the hot Tasmanian summers—or is an arsonist at work?
In the days of a new millennium, Frances now faces life in a nursing home as she battles the scourge of dementia. Susanne, her widowed daughter, has challenges of her own with a new beau, who may not be all he seems. Frances, despite her fleeting grip on reality, cannot let the past hurts go. What happened to her son?
Published: Balboa Press on
ISBN: 9781452508962
List price: $3.99
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