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A Blue Forest

A Blue Forest (Paperback)

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Marcus Campbell's novel A Blue Forest is a romantic drama set in the Hokianga, a wild and beautiful part of New Zealand. It is the story of Jill, housekeeper to Sister Isobel (an old and eccentric English nun) and of Jill's husband Martin, who is confined to a wheelchair after a road accident. When tragedy again strikes both their lives Sister Isobel invites them to stay at her hermitage, in order to assist their recovery. It is a place of peace, prayer and meditation, where both Jill and Martin sense new directions and meet the people who will move their lives onward. But both come to break Sister Isobel's strict monastic rules, and when Liam, an old friend of Martin's, starts visiting him at night bringing marijuana, whiskey, and incriminating photographs of Jill with a local forester, an explosive situation develops which threatens all their futures, even that of the hermitage itself.

Fiction & PoetryRomanceRomance Publisher: Austin Macauley Publishers Publication Date: 30/10/2015 ISBN-13: 9781784556570  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
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MARCUS CAMPBELL was born in New Zealand in 1951. He studied English literature and drama, set-design and directing, then pursued a career in theatre. His plays have been performed in Auckland, Seattle, Juneau and New York, and selected for the NZ National Playwrights' Workshop (1983). He was awarded a Commonwealth Scholarship (1977) to study directing in Canada, the Frank Sargeson Award (NZ) for short story writing (1981), has been a semi-finalist in the Katherine Mansfield short story competition and was published by Oxford University Press in New Zealand Short Stories (1983). A Blue Forest is his first novel.

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