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Inheritance by Jenny Pattrick
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"Thought provoking novel set in post war Samoa and back in New Ze"
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Well developed, believable characters, who are placed in extraordinary situations, where the facts of their true inheritance are clouded and kept secret. Gives an insight into the historical German and New Zealand influences in Samoa. Links to previous Jenny Pattrick novels though could be read in isolation.

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Elena catches a glimpse of her friend Jeanie Roper in a New Zealand art gallery. It is twenty-three years since Jeanie suddenly disappeared. They had been close when Jeanie lived in Samoa with her bullying husband and gentle father. But why is Jeanie hiding her identity? Elena is intrigued to discover Jeanie has a daughter who is unaware of her Samoan ancestry. There are family secrets here - possibly dangerous ones - that Elena is determined to uncover. Inheritance is a novel of contrasts: the tropical beauty and exuberance of Samoa in the 1960s; and the dark violence that arises from the conflict between truthfulness and love.

Author Biography

Jenny Pattrick is a best-selling author and is also known as a jeweller. She has been President of the Crafts Council of New Zealand, chaired the Boards of Creative New Zealand, the New Zealand Drama School and the NZ School of Dance, and chaired the Writers and Readers Festival Committee in Wellington. She has had short stories and two dramatised series broadcast on National Radio, as well as writing five other novels including the bestselling The Denniston Rose.
Release date Australia
March 3rd, 2010
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Country of Publication
New Zealand
Imprint
Black Swan NZ
Pages
320
Dimensions
130x199x21
ISBN-13
9781869793074
Product ID
3853785

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