Claw Lake, by Ross Richdale. Reid Tucker's intention to spend the
summer at remote Eagle's Claw Lake with only his dog, Cinders, never
eventuates. He pulls a desperate teenage girl from the water and begins
a frightening chain of events as a fanatical leader tries to prevent
her from leaving a commune.
& Opportunity, by Ross Richdale. The story
of four incredible women, told straight from the pages of their own
dairies. Tales of drama, love, joy and tragedy that span the
generations from 1898 to the present.
Valley Road, by Ross Richdale. One family grows and blossoms through
the good times and bad in Long Valley Road, but their lives
are changed forever by the events happening on their farm and
the rural school down the road.
|Polished Veneer, by Ross Richdale. Gail Fernhill, principal of a private
school in Seattle, is haunted by her past, but befriends new property
manager Neil Goodall who pierces her reserve to support and helps her
as the past catches up with the present.
Across the Playground, by Ross Richdale. Schoolteacher Neil Johnston moves
forward in his career from the formal days of the 1970s to the new
millennium. It is the story of human relationships and values of
society through the last quarter of the twentieth century and the women
who mold Neil's life.
by Ross Richdale. There is a cave-in at Misty Depths
Catacombs, Wyoming, and newly graduated lawyer Renee Bonnet finds
herself stranded with a broken leg and two strangers. Together they try
to survive, but their lives are changed forever.
of Time, by Ross Richdale. In World War II, Anna
can never return to her home in Poland after her mother, the Countess,
is killed. This is a story of love and human endurance wrapped up in a
journey that reaches the new millennium.
of the Azure Sea, by Ross Richdale. It is April
1945 when a German U-boat heads to Argentina with Nazi gold and loot.
Ruthless Kapitanleutnant Falk Friedrich has his fiancee, Kristin
Dassler, on board. After the U-boat is attacked, Kristin finds herself
in a lifeboat with Bern Munkelt, the man she is to spend the rest of
her life with. They are rescued and taken to a remote island where
Kristin's adventures continue through three generations. Will the Nazi
loot ever be found and how does it affect Kristin and her family's
and Cuckoo Clocks, by Ross Richdale. Kosovar refugee Niana Bolsa is abandoned in
the mountains by the Serbs to fend for herself. In freezing
temperatures, the distraught woman staggers along an empty road through
virgin snow. She finds two orphan children and together they escape and
make a new life across the world in New Zealand.
Lion Gate, by P. J. Richmond.
A chorus of fates and gods comment on the action from an ancient
ampitheatre as the ancient times of Troy and Mycenae are described. At
the same time, a modern parallel is maintained through Edward, an
archaeological researcher, who plans a major journey during a
sabbatical around some of the world's great sites so he can write an
important book on the metaphysical life of cities. In the
course of Edward's travels, he meets other people who also parallel
ancient counterparts. Is Edward insane or not?
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