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ISBN: 9781875559800
0.220 kgs
198 x 128 mm
236 pp
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The Bloodwood Clan
Beryl Fletcher
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When Josie is sent to Digger Town to conduct her doctoral research, she knows it is a strange place with a strange history. There, the people use no modern technologies, wear nineteenth-century clothing, drive nothing faster than a horse-and-cart, and hand-make all their goods. Even so, she is not prepared for what she finds. An intriguing tale of secrecy, politics and religious and racial intolerance.

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Translations: German
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The Bloodwood Clan deftly mixes elements of thriller, social commentary and feminist psychology.  I'll be disappointed if it's not included in next year's Montana shortlist.
Iain Sharp, New Zealand Sunday Star Times

The Bloodwood Clan is ... totally engrossing. Fletcher cleverly depicts the closed nature of both communities and the inherent danger for members in maintaining secrets and lies ... this book deserves to be widely read.

Mary Philip, The Courier-Mail

The Bloodwood Clan is a sociological thriller in which [Fletcher's] growing experience as a writer is obvious in the tight pace of the narrative and all that is left unsaid.

Margie Thomson, Weekend Herald
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