by M. B. Gibson

Ominous clouds loom above Duncullen Estate. Young heir Richard Lynche can’t breathe, crammed between his father’s cruelty and the drug-induced lethargy of his mother. Desperate, he falls into the arms of a new maid, Eveleen. Yet, mounting pressures breed haunting visions. Richard will free himself of demons the only way he can. Someone must die.

Harps Upon the Willows

by M. B. Gibson

“Some things are worth dying for.”
The story of an Irish family’s struggles amidst obscene poverty, worsened by landowners’ heartless evictions. When the downtrodden rise up for the right to live and work, the powerful hit back harder. Events are based on real-life occurrences in 18th century Tipperary.

Be Still the Water

by Karen Emilson

An award-winning novel based on true events, set in a Canadian wilderness during the Great War years. Secrets, lies, honor and the power of love.

The Road to Alexander

by Jennifer Macaire

Ashley is a time-travel journalist who has fought to prove herself in a world that that believes her road in life was paved by her parents’ fortune. After winning a prestigious award, she is selected to travel through time and interview a historical figure. Choosing her childhood hero, Alexander the Great, she voyages back in time for less than a day to interview a man whose legend has survived to the present day. He mistakes her for Persephone, goddess of the dead, and kidnaps her. Stranded in the past, cold and aloof Ashley has to learn to befriend, to trust…and to love.

The Munich Girl

by Phyllis Edgerly Ring

Anna Dahlberg grew up eating dinner under her father’s war-trophy portrait of Eva Braun.
Fifty years after the war, she discovers what he never did—that her mother and Hitler’s mistress were friends. Plunged into the world of the Third Reich, she uncovers long-buried secrets to reveal the legacies of love that always outlast war. “Historical fiction that reads like memoir.” – Philadelphia Inquirer.


A Tasmanian East of Eden

The Lost Valley is a sweeping saga of ambition, betrayal and dangerous love.

Hobart 1929 – Ten-year-old-twins, Tom and Harry Abbott, are orphaned by a tragedy that shocks Hobart society. They find sanctuary with their reclusive grandmother, growing up in the remote and rugged Binburra ranges – a place where kind-hearted Tom discovers a love of the wild, Harry nurses a growing resentment towards his brother and where the mountains hold secrets that will transform both their lives.

The chaos of World War II divides the brothers, and their passion for two very different women fuels a deadly rivalry. Can Tom and Harry survive to heal their rift? And what will happen when Binburra finally reveals its astonishing secrets?

From Tasmania’s highlands to the Battle of Britain, and all the way to the golden age of Hollywood, The Lost Valley is a lush family saga about two brothers whose fates are entwined with the land and the women they love.

Jennifer Scoullar writes page-turning fiction about the land, people and wildlife that she loves. Get The Lost Valley now to discover why Jennifer Scoullar is one of Australia’s favourite story-tellers

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