The Years to Come - Janet Tanner Reviews
Description:ISBN 0727867733 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Janet Tanner / Hardcover / 253 Pages / Book is published 2009-03-04 by Severn House Publishers ... more
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Janet Tanner The Years to Come
Pages: 256, Hardcover, Severn House Publishers Ltd
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Synopsis of the book: The year is 1802, the place New South Wales, Australia. Erin Kelly is the eldest child born to an Irish family that have recently settled on the land with a view to farming it. Sadly, things have not gone well with her mother passing away and her distraught father now drinking away all the money from the farm, in the process racking up debts to businessman and landowner Brett Wilde. Following the escape of a group of criminals, they kill Erin's father leaving the 18 year old to somehow bring up her brother and two sisters. As on her deathbed she promised her mother that she would always look after the younger ones in the ... Read the complete review
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