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Gommera Woman is the exhilarating story of a colonial family pastoral empire and two brothers who seek to control it. Richard and Robert Barsden coolly and shockingly murder Aborigines in an attempt to drive them from their land.
But the main target of the brothers' venom is their Tahitian half-sister who is not only pro-Aborigine but stands to inherit some of their family's land holdings. The highly intelligent Fuhi Barsden sets out on a mysterious and intriguing path to thwart 'the boys' evil intentions.
From its chilling opening to its bizarre conclusion, Grant Rodwell's gripping novel is packed with a similar amount of suspense and tension as is his Goulburn's Deliverance.
About the Author
Grant Rodwell was born into an impoverished family in the New South Wales high country. He left school at fourteen years of age – without having had the privilege of attending high school – and worked as a lumberjack until he was twenty-two. Then in a watershed moment in his life (following an accident with a chainsaw and a brisk, forthright conversation with the local doctor) he began correspondence studies for his university matriculation exams: a seemingly impossible task, but one on which the much-respected doctor set considerable imperative.
Four years later, he was a schoolteacher in Tasmania. Later, when Grant was a school principal in Hobart, he took out a PhD from the University of Tasmania. He then taught at the Northern Territory University and later – as an executive dean – in the faculty of Arts and Social Sciences at the University of Newcastle where he took out a second PhD. He has recently completed his third PhD.
Grant has published widely in adult non-fiction and now lives with his beloved wife, Julie, in the Tasmanian Tamar Valley where he mixes his first love of writing Australian historical fiction, with fly-fishing the trout streams and lakes of the Tasmanian lakes country. He has a son, Carl, and a daughter, Jahna, both of whom continue to be a source of immense pride to their mother and father.
Published: 1st January 2010
Publisher: Sid Harta Publishers
Dimensions (cm): 21.6 x 14.0