The Long Road Home

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Fiona McCallum, Author of The Long Road Home Answers 5 Quick Questions

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Fiona McCallum, Author of The Long Road Home Answers 5 Quick Questions

    Try a Sample Chapter of Fiona McCallum's Inspiring New Novel, The Long Road Home

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    6 April 2020

    Try a Sample Chapter of Fiona McCallum's Inspiring New Novel, The Long Road Home

      Fiona McCallum's The Long Road Home is a Lovely Read that Transported me Away for the Day

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      30 March 2020

      Fiona McCallum's The Long Road Home is a Lovely Read that Transported me Away for the Day

        Publisher details

        The Long Road Home
        Author
        Fiona McCallum
        Publisher
        Harlequin
        Genre
        Fiction
        Released
        23 March, 2020

        Synopsis

        You can't find where you truly belong until you discover who you really are...Alice Hamilton is enjoying her new life in Ballarat with the freedom to explore her future now she's stepped away from the constraints of her upbringing. She's learnt the hard way that knowledge is power, and is looking forward to her legal studies, then making a difference as a lawyer with heart.But while Alice's life is looking up, back in Hope Springs the world of her former husband Rick Peterson is unravelling. After a chance meeting a few months earlier, Rick and Alice have reconnected. And it's fortunate they have, because Rick is about to need Alice's friendship like he's never needed it before.Rick has always felt a bit lost - as a farmer, he could never admit he didn't feel the deep connection to the land that the only son and third generation farmer should. And now he's suddenly being forced to come to terms with just why his heart isn't in it and what's behind his fractured relationships. Has his whole life been a lie - and if so, where did that lie begin?From Australia's master storyteller comes an inspiring story about how when your life falls apart sometimes help can be found where you least expect it.
        Fiona McCallum
        About the author

        Fiona McCallum

        Fiona McCallum spent her childhood years on the family cereal and wool farm outside a small town on South Australia's Eyre Peninsula. An avid reader and writer, she decided at age nine that she wanted to be the next Enid Blyton! She is the author of PaychequeNowhere Else, Wattle Creek, Saving Grace, Time will Tell and Meant to Be.

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