Yates' Landing PDF ePub eBook

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Yates' Landing free pdf When Chloe Mainwell, the pampered only child of an ambitious British politician goes to France for her debut into society, she discovers life to be far more unbelievable than she could ever have imagined. After marrying 'under a cloud', her arrival in New Zealand at the turn of the 20th century leaves her in no doubt of how different, or how difficult, life can be. Yates' Landing is a romantic novel set on the Kaipara Harbour against a background of historical events such as Women's Emancipation, Halley's Comet, the sinking of the Titanic, World War 1 and the influenza epidemic which devastated much of the country. The Whangarei-born author has captured the essence of a fascinating district and its place in New Zealand history in this, the first of three books set in the north.

About Kate Stirling

Kate Stirling is the alter ego of Tui Stonnell. Her writing background includes film scripts, short stories and several books. Three of these form the Kaipara trilogy of which Yates' Landing is the first. Its success necessitated a reprint and encouraged her to write Thunder Children. The third book, Shark Harbour, is due late 2010. She has written and taught online spiritual development courses for many years under the name of Tui Stonnell. In addition she helps seniors to learn to use computers and her other interests include healing, gardening, meditation and reading.

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Author : Kate Stirling
Publisher : T. Stonnell
Data Published : 01 November 2010
ISBN : 0473192195
EAN : 9780473192198
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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