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The Desert's Daughters-bookcover

By: Edward Groughan

The Desert's Daughters

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A story of indomitable spirit.

A journey of ancestral discovery.

Set against the backdrop of the most inhospitable desert on the planet, two young women from different worlds forge a link that transcends time.

Mia Chavez, a young Australian archaeologist, arrives in Chile to connect with her familial origins. Startling events unfold as she unearths dramatic links to the flight for the life of an Atacameños girl, Kiki, five centuries previously.

Hunted by the malevolent shaman, Mamut, Kiki’s escape within the ancient mountains of the Andes, inexorably lure Mia to uncover a mystery beyond belief.

Edward Groughan has been a five time school principal across three nations. Born in the Northern Territory, Australia, he commenced his working life as a cadet journalist with the Sydney Morning Herald before deciding to gain a doctorate in history. His historical thesis centred on the Great War.

Along the way, he became a teacher and then an educational leader. He has spent time as an Associate Professor in university and has written and presented for a number of international journals and conventions. Beyond academia and career, Eddie has been a Hawaiian Ironman and the very proud father of four children. Writing is a hobby.

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