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By: Richard Stanton

The Top Valley Enigma

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In The Top Valley Enigma, a tale unfolds of a wealthy American conservationist whose solitary and zealous nature leads him to Australia. Motivated by the discovery of ancient human remains and the threat of a new coal mine, his journey takes a turn when he meets a businesswoman from the United States in Melbourne. Their shared interests spark an unexpected partnership, and together they embark on a captivating adventure.

Their journey is marked by serene yachting days and a mesmerizing visit to the Great Barrier Reef, experiences that deepen their bond and become pivotal in their lives. The duo aligns with local conservationists and discovers a cattle farm that is crucial to their quest, revealing significant archaeological finds of early human life.

Meanwhile, the shadows of a complex past, including a major share trading deal, lurk behind the American conservationist. As their mission to thwart the coal mine gains momentum, they become entwined in a web of past endeavors in conservation. This ignites a wave of revenge from individuals with long memories, profoundly impacted by his previous actions. The Top Valley Enigma masterfully weaves a story of archaeological discovery, environmental activism, and the intricate play of human connections and past deeds.

Richard Stanton and his wife, Gay, lived and worked in the city of Sydney. In 1882, his forebears established a commercial property agency where, generations later, Richard made his career. He became CEO and Chairman and expanded the name across the five major Australian cities. The Stantons have three daughters and live on a small cattle property in the Upper Hunter district, north of Sydney. The land has a river frontage and has views of the Great Dividing Range.

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