For fans of Liane Moriarty comes a story of a community in crisis from best-selling Australian author Fiona Lowe.
When a deadly wildfire tears through Myrtle, nestled along Australia's breathtaking Great Ocean Road, the town's buildings — and the lives of its residents — are left as smoldering ash. Eighteen months later, Myrtle stands restored, shiny and new. But is the outside polish just a veneer?
For four women in particular, the fire fractured their lives and their relationships. Julie thinks tourism could bring some financial stability to their town and soon prods Claire, Bec and Sophie into joining her community group.
But the scars of trauma run deep and as secrets emerge and each woman faces the damage the wildfire wrought, a shocking truth will emerge that will shake the town to its newly rebuilt foundations...
With her sharp eye for human flaws, bestselling author Fiona Lowe writes an evocative tale of everyday people fighting for themselves, their families and their town.
See for yourself; read Home Fires today.
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About the Author
She loves to explore the impact of secrets and lies on families, especially women, over the generations
as well as exploring community themes such as the impact of wildfires. Daughter of Mine, Birthright,
Home Fires and Just An Ordinary Family have all received rave reviews.
A distracted wife, mother of two young adult sons, guardian of 80 rose bushes and a slave to a cat,
she often found collapsed on the couch with wine.