The latest releases by Kay Bell
Available 15 June 2019
The American Governess
Young American backpacker, Chase Miller, arrives in Far North Queensland seeking work and adventure. Glen Eira cattle station takes him on as a station hand despite his lack of experience. But he is less interested in spending time with the ringers than talking with the station’s cook, Nellie. He is particularly intrigued by the reclusive ‘Boss Lady’, Miss Becky, who is also American.
Miss Becky, disturbed by the young American’s presence, finds herself reliving the days of her youth – her life in New York, her arrival in Australia and her early days as a governess in the outback. The story of ‘the American governess’ unfolds through her memories.
As Chase listens to Nellie’s version of the story, he comes to realise that he too might never leave the outback.
The American Governess is another intriguing tale of family connections, mysteries, heritage and culture, from the author of Ella’s Secret Family Recipes and The Lornesleigh Legacy.
Ella's Secret Family Recipes
A recipe book is an odd thing to give to someone who doesn't cook, so when blogger and aspiring novelist, Kat Bower, is bequeathed a book of secret family recipes by her recently deceased mother, Ella, she is puzzled. It turns out that the book brings her much more than she could have imagined.
Latest releases by T.W. Lawless
It's 1987 and Peter Clancy, hard drinking Melbourne Truth journalist, returns to his hometown to settle his mother's estate. Peter's two-day visit stretches to eight as he is unwillingly drawn into the sinister secrets of an outback Queensland town.
It's Melbourne 1989. While investigating organised crime, Peter Clancy is caught up in a sinister plot involving drug importation, police corruption and some very kinky sex.
Peter Clancy is in London this time, working for a notorious scandal sheet. While writing salacious stories on celebrities, he becomes embroiled in ugly secrets stretching across the entertainment industry to the highest echelons of society.