While resisting eviction from the Queensland family property during the Great Depression, Jack McKenna is shot dead. Left destitute with her crippled mother and young twin brothers to care for, Emma McKenna fights back. In her struggle to survive she must overcome ruthless wealthy relatives, racial bigotry, child abuse, corrupt financiers, and choose between the love of two very different men.
©2000 David Crookes (P)2000 Big Indian
"I couldn't put it down, entertaining and easy to read." (Brisbane Courier Mail)
"Crookes unveils areas of Australia's suspect and much-avoided past in a natural and engrossing style." (Melbourne Herald Sun)
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