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The Ballad of Banjo Crossing

By Tess Evans | Paperback | 1 Review(s)

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A tender, heartwarming and utterly appealing novel about the power of community, love, loss and second chances. Jack McPhail is a man on the run from his past, a drifter who lands by accident in a sleepy outback Australian town called Banjo Crossing. Jack - almost despite himself - becomes slowly... read more

Format
Paperback
Release Date
20 Nov 2017
Author(s)
Tess Evans
Publisher
HarperCollins Publishers (Australia) Pty Ltd
ISBN-13
9781460754184
Dimensions
137mm x 191mm x 25mm
Pages
336
Format
Paperback
Release Date
20 Nov 2017
Author(s)
Tess Evans
Publisher
HarperCollins Publishers (Australia) Pty Ltd
ISBN-13
9781460754184
Dimensions
137mm x 191mm x 25mm
Pages
336

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19 Dec 2017

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Ballad of Banjo Crossing

Again, an author that I have read before and loved her earlier books called Book of Lost Threads and Mercy Street. They’re set in Australian rural towns with a city link with delightful, heart-warming characters and always tackling an issue of ‘humanity’.
Youthful widow Mardi works hard in her local coffee shop, juggling life as a mum and business owner in a slow rural town, but she is happy with the security and routine it brings.
She befriends Jack McPhail and rightly predicts he is ‘running from life’ and is intrigued to put the pieces together. Jack is on the run from his past and drifting until he arrives in the town off Banjo’s Crossing where he is drawn into the community, the people and the issues they face as a small town.
Like so many towns in Australia, there are decisions to be made whether to give into oversees investors offering big dollars for their properties for the mining ventures or do they stay true to their community and reinvent their towns? This is at the heart of this heart-warming tale, but also the power of friendship and redemption, trust and new beginnings.
A great little gem I’ve found in amongst the big blockbuster authors this holiday season!

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