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Mallee Sky

by Kerry McGinnis

Kate Gilmore hasn’t been home in years, but with her marriage over and her job in jeopardy she doesn’t know where else to turn.  Desperate for comfort, Kate retreats to the Mallee, a place crawling with dark secrets and lingering childhood memories.

When she’s offered a carer’s job on the isolated Rosebud Farm, Kate soon meets old Harry Quickly, an intriguing young boy called Maxie, and a handsome harvest contractor who’s not shy about making his intentions known.

Under the endless Mallee skies, Kate discovers that she might just have a future in the place that has haunted her past.  But are some family secrets better left in the grave or can new friendships heal old wounds?

A moving and evocative novel of mystery, heartbreak and courage by the bestselling author of Wildhorse Creek.

‘Gripping.’ Courier Mail

‘McGinnis has the eye of a painter; she writes as she sees and the land comes alive.’ Weekend Australian

‘Anything  McGinnis writes begs to be read aloud around a campfire.’ Country Style



21 August, 2013

About Kerry McGinnis

At the age of twelve, Kerry McGinnis took up a life of droving with her father and four siblings. She worked as a shepherd, droving hand, gardener, stock-camp and station cook, and eventually ran a property near Mt Isa. She is the author of the memoirs Pieces of Blue and Heart Country, and the novels The Waddi Tree and Wildhorse Creek.


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