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Kitty Farrell, popular heroine of two earlier books, goes to the Ballarat goldfields On the goldfields of Ballarat, vows are broken - can a wounded heart ever forgive? When the Yarrowee River bursts its banks, Rian Farrell, a dashing Irish sea captain and part-time gunrunner, disappears in the torrential flood. Believing herself a widow, the headstrong and passionate Kitty Farrell's heart is left in tatters after the sudden death of her beloved husband. In her grief, she finally succumbs to the attractions of his long-time shipmate, Daniel, who has loved her from afar for many years. the consequences are disastrous, and will challenge Kitty Farrell both physically and mentally. the resulting novel is a heady mix of powerful relationships and memorable, passionate characters, whose compelling story plays out against a skilfully depicted and utterly realistic backdrop of Old Ballarat. An accomplished novelist and professional historian, experienced author Deborah Challinor brings her extensive skills as a bestselling author of historical romance to bear in creating a story that will resonate in your heart for a very long time. "Challinor is a good storyteller; her characters have depth and her historical backdrops are well researched, seamlessly joining fact and fiction and creating a convincing, atmospheric yarn. Because of the strong action theme, Band of Gold is a real page-turner" Bookseller + Publisher

 

Details

ISBN: 9781869506346
Series: Smuggler's Wife
Audience: General
Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 320
Publication Date: 4 Jun 2010
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers (New Zealand)
Publication City, Country: Auckland, New Zealand
Dimensions (cm): 23.4(H) x 15.5(L) x 2.4(W)
Weight (gm): 422

 

Author Biography

Deborah Challinor is a freelance writer and historian, and author of the bestselling Children of War trilogy - Tamar, White Feathers and Blue Smoke - as well as a string of bestselling historical novels including Fire, Kitty, Union Belle, Amber and Isle of Tears. Deborah has written a number of non-fiction titles, including two about Vitenam vets: Who'll Stop the Rain? and Grey Ghosts.
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