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This Same Flower
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Bibliographic Detail
Publisher Austin Macauley Pub Ltd
Publication date September 30, 2016
Pages 350
Binding Hardcover
Book category Adult Fiction
ISBN-13 9781785542428
ISBN-10 1785542427
Original list price $23.95
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Amazon.com description: Product Description: When the Morgan family move to the coal-mining village of Glen Afton in 1942 following Dai Morgan's failure to enlist in the New Zealand Air Force, the scene is set for an emotional journey that will span half the globe. Megan Morgan - Meggie - fits into her new school well, instantly finding a companion in the handsome Simon Griffith. But she and Simon are young and there is a war in full swing and life is hard; especially as Dai Morgan - Meggie's father - likes a drink. In a love story that slowly unravels Rosalee Brookes spins a captivating tale in This Same Flower that will have fans of romance touched with history settling down for an emotional ride starting in the ex-pat mining community of Glen Afton and moving to wherever fate decides these lovers should go.

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from Austin Macauley Pub Ltd (September 30, 2016)
9781785542428 | details & prices | 350 pages | List price $23.95
About: When the Morgan family move to the coal-mining village of Glen Afton in 1942 following Dai Morgan's failure to enlist in the New Zealand Air Force, the scene is set for an emotional journey that will span half the globe.
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from Austin Macauley Pub Ltd (September 30, 2016)
9781785542411 | details & prices | 350 pages | List price $13.95
About: When the Morgan family move to the coal-mining village of Glen Afton in 1942 following Dai Morgan's failure to enlist in the New Zealand Air Force, the scene is set for an emotional journey that will span half the globe.

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