Hannah Gordon has always wanted to be someone important, yet she's stuck in an inner-city back street, fighting to keep hold of her children, her home and her sense of self. Then a devastating accident sets off a chain of events that will rock the family foundations to the core and change live forever. 'Beautifully told and steeped in the culture of its time, Australia Street and its people. Their love, frustrations and experiences touch the heart.' LAUNCESTON EXAMINER 'There are shades of Ruth Park in this atmospheric novel . . . an engaging slice of life.' SUNDAY MAIL BRISBANE 'With pleasing characters and splendid period detail, this vivid domestic drama salutes the grit of the Aussie battler.' WEEKEND GOLD COAST BULLETIN 'An engaging yarn with a rich historical texture.' THE AGEThat huge grin again, then, a#39;Yes we do, a#39; as Janet pulled a small manual coffee grinder and a four-cup pot outofher carrybag. a#39;Ia#39;m notsure ifIa#39;d like it, a#39; Great-Aunt Florrie said. a#39;The only coffee Ia#39;ve had isthe coffee-chicory inthe bottle that Colinanbsp;...
|Publisher||:||Penguin UK - 2009-03-02|