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Widow's Flame

By Jess McFarlane - ISBN: 9781922850034

RRP: $34.95

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Jess McFarlane wrote her first novel within a notebook when she was 14. Since then, she has been extremely passionate about writing and it has always been something that has come naturally to her. When Jess isn’t writing on her bed with her German Shepherd Sam at her feet, she enjoys playing video games, drawing, exploring new places with her partner, Alec and advocating for disability, chronic illness and mental health awareness on her Instagram and podcast segment.

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Widow's Flame

By Jess McFarlane - ISBN: 9781922850034

RRP: $34.95

Galway City, 1898. Blair Ryan is lost. 

Three years ago, her husband, Thomas, was murdered by an outlaw gang in America. Since then, she’s become resentful of life in general and a drunk with no purpose. 

The sheriff has done nothing to find Thomas’ murderer and Blair wants them to pay. When she gets news of a fighter dubbed “The American Outlaw” in a nearby town, she enlists his help in her campaign of revenge. 

Together, they go to America to track down the men that murdered her husband.

Blair doesn’t trust her companion, Colin McCarthy, but she needs him and this outweighs her concern. 

There’s a rage inside Blair and killing these men may mean sacrificing her own humanity. 

Can Blair get justice for her husband’s murder? 

Will her sanity be the price to pay? 

Is she capable of forgiveness?

“Inside every thought of grief, many may have experienced what this book acts out… A brave and emotional story of redemption and salvation from the darkness… Great read…” Timothy, Indie Book reviewer


NSW Premier+39s Award - Widows Flame NSW Premier+39s Award - Widows Flame

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