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A changing land / Nicole Alexander.

By: Alexander, Nicole, 1965- [author.].
Material type: TextTextSeries: Alexander, Nicole, Gordon family saga: bk. 2.; Alexander, Nicole, Gordon series: 2.Publisher: North Sydney, N.S.W. : Bantam, 2011Description: 452 pages ; 24 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781864712308.Subject(s): Families -- Australia -- Fiction | Farm life -- Australia -- Fiction | Inheritance and succession -- Fiction | Families -- Fiction | Farm life -- Fiction | Farmers -- Australia -- Fiction | Australian fiction -- 21st century | Country life -- Australia -- Fiction | Australia -- Fiction | Australia -- History -- FictionGenre/Form: Historical fiction. | Australian fiction. | Domestic fiction. DDC classification: A823.4 Summary: It's the early 19th Century and Hamish Gordon has a massive rural holding built on stock theft and is determined to ensure that his son and heir, Angus will inherit an enlarged property. Embarking on a final stage of land acquisition, a ruthless plan to buy out his neighbours, Hamish's actions nearly destroy Wangallon and have serious repercussions for generations to come.
List(s) this item appears in: Australian Authors
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Fiction Collection
Fiction Collection ALE 1 Checked out 17/08/2021 T00525332
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Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:

A bestselling rural novel from the 'heart of Australian storytelling' Nicole Alexander. A Changing Land tells of one woman's fight to keep the farm that has been in her family for generations. <br> <br> It's the early 1900s and Hamish Gordon has a massive rural holding, Wangallon, built on stock theft. Embarking on a ruthless plan to buy out his neighbours, Hamish's actions test the loyalties of his family and will have serious repercussions for generations to come.<br> <br> In the late 1980s, Sarah Gordon now runs Wangallon with her fiance, Anthony. Their relationship begins to deteriorate when a power struggle develops between them and escalates with the arrival of Sarah's Scottish half-brother, Jim Macken, who is intent on receiving his inheritance ...<br> <br> Unable to buy Jim out and with the possibility of losing part of Wangallon, Sarah finds herself fighting the law, her half-brother and Anthony. Will she jeopardise her own happiness to keep the Gordon legacy alive?<br> <br> 'Alexander writes with a deep love of the land' Courier-Mail

Sequel to: The bark cutters.

It's the early 19th Century and Hamish Gordon has a massive rural holding built on stock theft and is determined to ensure that his son and heir, Angus will inherit an enlarged property. Embarking on a final stage of land acquisition, a ruthless plan to buy out his neighbours, Hamish's actions nearly destroy Wangallon and have serious repercussions for generations to come.

Sequel to: 'The Bark Cutters'

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