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By Gillian Wells - ISBN: 9781922444134

RRP: $27.95

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Gillian is a lovely English lady who lives in rural Queensland with her cattle dog Jess. She has three children living in Australia, France and England and four grandchildren. She loves meeting people and has travelled widely in Australia and is one of Australia’s best known and enjoyed authors.

Gillian is also the author of over ten additional adult books which include Alone, Belonging, Families, Lost, Returned, Consequences, Travelling, Inheritance, Possession and coming in 2024… Compulsion and FearThe Adventures of Bub and Tub series are Gillian's first children's books to be published with Boots & Scoots being her third children's book. 

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By Gillian Wells - ISBN: 9781922444134

RRP: $27.95

Will her nightmare end in tragedy or resolution?

Rachel is on her property in the remoteness of the Australian outback; alone. Her husband has passed, and her estranged son, having left years ago, returns to demand a share of his father's inheritance. Rachel is frightened of him and then becomes suspicious of him, when she discovers a dead body in her creek. Is it linked to her son?

She calls the police and meets new police sergeant, Mike, and his new and enticing friendship is something Rachel finds refreshing. Then her dog dies with questionable circumstance as Rachel knows there is more than meets the eye. With Mike confronting her son and a gun fight ensuing with a motorcycle gang, everything seems to be spiralling out of control.

Rachel must protect the ones she loves even if it means breaking their hearts in the process...

No one knows how alone Rachel's heart truly is...

"A delightful dramatic tale of a woman living life true to her soul but struggling with her hearts fear and a deranged family history... A real joy of Australian fiction..." Gloria, Indie Books reviewer



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