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Bush

Rhonda Matheson-Browne

A complicated thriller, which entangles Wattle, a mother and wife, living what appears to be a very luxurious existence, in the exquisite seaside resort town of Lorne, Australia.

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ISBN : 978-1-78830-328-6
Published : 25/04/2019
Pages : 242
Size : 205x140mm
Imprint : Olympia Publishers


Rhonda Matheson-Browne

Grew up in the small country town of Colac, in south western Victoria, Australia, where the novel was set. Had an enchanted childhood with a close-knit family and friends which sometimes centred around our holiday house at Lorne. Gained an understanding of the rugged coastline and the people there. Started work as a journalist at seventeen, while studying at university. Got married in the late 90s and had two beautiful boys, Hugh and Ben. Have worked as a writer for social justice and environmental organisations ever since. Now head of Middle School English at The Geelong College - a prestigious school in the south west of Victoria.

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A complicated thriller, which entangles Wattle, a mother and wife, living what appears to be a very luxurious existence, in the exquisite seaside resort town of Lorne, Australia. She is nervously covering up a secret, involving her husband and her son, that is about to explode the perfect illusion that she has attempted to hide from her close-knit community. Like the passion vines, that entangle themselves and suffocate the Australian rainforest, Bush is a story of the entwinement of various lives into a complicated root system that lies just below the surface. These characters find themselves on an intoxicating course which creates catastrophic outcomes for everyone who becomes caught up in the undergrowth of the story and the outcomes are terrifying, breathtaking, heartbreaking and unexpected.
A story of murder, conflict, environmental awareness, domestic violence, love, lust and the idea that dreams and nightmares can come true.

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