A Gripping Thriller Set In The Wilds Of Nineteenth Century Australia By The Critically Acclaimed Author Of Courting Shadows When Past Indiscretions Catch Up With Charles Redbourne, A Minor English Landowner, He Is Propelled From England To Australia, Where He Plans To Make His Mark As A Naturalist There, His Life Begins To Change Dramatically, Not Least When He Meets His Host S Wayward, Artistic Daughter But It Is On An Expedition In Search Of Scientific Specimens In The Blue Mountains That Events Take A Terrifying Turn Vividly Conveying The Unspoken Codes Of Victorian Society, This Is A Gripping Tale Of Emotional And Psychological Reckoning That Offers An Inspired Meditation On The Relationship Between Humankind And The Natural World.
Jem Poster worked as an archaeologist, surveying and excavating a range of sites on behalf of the Inspectorate of Ancient Monuments, before taking up an administrative post with Cambridge University s Institute of Continuing Education in 1987 From 1993 to 2003 he was University Lecturer in Literature with Oxford University s Department for Continuing Education and a fellow of Kellogg College Fro
- 325 pages
- Rifling Paradise
- Jem Poster
- 06 March 2017 Jem Poster