Jacaranda Vines by Tamara McKinley

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Jacaranda Vines was once the greatest vineyard in Australia, but the death of its owner, Jock Witney, leaves the business in shambles. As the Witney family fight over the future of the winery, Jock's young granddaughter Sophie makes a voyage of historical discovery through the Australian outback, hoping to learn more about her family's past. Set between the 1830s and the modern day, Jacaranda Vines is an exploration of ancestral ties, bitter rivalries and the importance of sharing family history.

About Tamara McKinley

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Tamara McKinley was born and raised in Australia, but has lived in England for many years. She writes full time and frequently travels to Australia to do research for her books and visit her eldest son.
Published May 6, 2014 by St. Martin's Press. 417 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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