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Red Sand Sunrise

Fiona McArthur


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PUBLISHED: 29th July 2015
ISBN: 9780143572909
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  • Paperback
    $18.85
PUBLISHED: 29th July 2015
ISBN: 9780143572909

Publisher Description

From the internationally bestselling author Fiona McArthur comes a heartfelt story of family ties, the power of love and the passion of ordinary people achieving extraordinary things. When the father she barely knew dies suddenly, midwife Eve Wilson decides she owes it to him to go to the funeral and meet her stepfamily in Red Sand. She doesn't expect to be so completely charmed by the beautiful remote township in far west Queensland - or by local station owner, Lex McKay. After disappointment and heartbreak in Sydney, Dr Callie Wilson doesn't hesitate to move home and spend some time with her grieving mother. The chance to establish the area's first medical clinic seems a perfect opportunity, and Callie is keen to involve Eve, who she's just getting to know. Melbourne-based obstetrician Sienna Wilson can't understand why anyone would want to bury themselves in the outback, but when her hospital sends her north to research the medical mystery affecting women in Red Sand, it seems fate is intent on bringing the three sisters together. And when disaster strikes, they must each decide if being true to themselves means being there for each other ...'McArthur ...has great skill in telling a story. ' Sydney Morning Herald

Author Biography

Fiona McArthur has worked as a rural midwife for twenty-five years. She is a clinical midwifery educator and teaches emergency obstetric strategies while working with midwives and doctors from remote and isolated areas. Fiona has written more than thirty romances, which have sold over two million copies in twelve languages. She is a midwifery expert for Mother and Baby magazine and the author of the novels Red Sand Sunrise and The Homestead Girls. She lives in northern New South Wales.

Review

'McArthur proves here that she has great skill in telling a story.' Sydney Morning Herald 'A book that you just have to devour in one day.' Newcastle Herald 'So much warmth and charm ...such a wonderful read.' 1 Girl 2 Many Books 'An absolutely phenomenal read that was thrilling, tear-worthy and gritty from start to finish.' Talking Books 'Red Sand Sunrise has the capacity to make you laugh, make you cry and let you cheer and celebrate the strength of three incredible women.' My Written Romance ' McArthur tugs at our heartstrings as we get to feel the depth of the loves, losses, trials and tribulations of these three strong and independent women ...She has given us the Outback in all its ochre and brown glory, in a story that will warm your heat on a cold winter's day.' Book Muster Down Under 'McArthur's novels are as much a celebration of Aussie rural life as they are of romance.' Salvation Army magazine 'An amazing story ...Will have you crying and smiling throughout and you will not want to put it down.' Australian Romance Readers

Product Details

Author
Fiona McArthur
Publisher
Penguin Books Australia
Year
2015
ISBN-10
0143572903
ISBN-13
9780143572909
Format
Paperback
Publication Date
2015-07-29
Country of Publication
Australia
Pages
304
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