|Explorers, the (1982) [Novel]|
by William Stuart Long
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Series: Australians, the
They were born of rogues and adventurers, brigands and thieves-brave men and women determined to wrest a life from a land still echoing with the violent cry of revolution, the dark song of untamed desire.
Into this vast, roiling landscape came beautiful Jessica Maclaine, whose invincible spirit plunged her into the dark, sensual heart of New South Wales where scandal and intrigue were the stronghold of glory, where the condemned found freedom in the deadly peril of an unruly frontier...
For, at the birth of a new century, they were all part of one glorious dream-the legacy of lovely Jenny Taggart, who saw in a renegade nation the bold promise of tomorrow, the splendid, treacherous destiny of the explorers.
Original title: The Explorers
Genre: Fiction→ Adventure→ Military and Naval Adventure
Fiction→ Historical→ The Antipodes (everything Else)
Fiction→ Historical→ Sagas
Fiction→ Adventure→ Wild Frontiers And Exotic Lands