Saving Sydney

Saving Sydney

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372
£10.99
ISBN:
9781787105348
High stakes, indeed! Dr Peter St Claire, academic and expert in time-slip phenomenon, had no idea of the dire consequences when he allowed his idealistic postgraduate student, Harriet Barsden, to convince him to explore the secrets of the contents of a mysterious container of Aboriginal nineteenth-century artifacts and a diary from a Barsden ancestor in the Barsden homestead archives. Attempting to save the HMAS Sydney becomes less important now for Harriet and Peter as this time-slip adventure assumes a dreadful reality, as they are pulled into the web of Nazi penetration into wartime Sydney. Where would these inexplicable secrets from Australia's ancient First Peoples take them?
Grant Rodwell

Grant
Rodwell

Born in the New South Wales High Country, Grant Rodwell began his working life as a timber cutter. He has been a school principal and university academic. Fascinated by history, he has taken five PhDs from Australian universities. Always interested in writing historical fiction, and writing about historical fiction, he is now retired and living with his beloved wife, Julie, in Tasmania’s West Tamar.

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