Sue Carswell, Editor, Vanity Fair Magazine

Daughters of the Outback is finely constructed, spanning almost five decades, from 1953 to the present.  Its characters are highly engaging and relatable.  Dialogue is natural, completely uncontrived and descriptions of the people and their environment absorb the reader into the time and place.

Unlike other books of this genre, Daughters of the Outback is written from a woman’s point-of-view, capturing the intrinsic strength and grace of this hard scrapple society.  You won’t forget the people of the Outback and you won’t be able to put this winning book down!


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