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Return to Stringybark Creek

Narrated by: Melle Stewart
Length: 9 hrs and 20 mins
4.7 out of 5 stars (16 ratings)

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When top-flight journalists Hadley Callahan and Mitch Samuals married two years ago, theirs had been declared the celebrity wedding of the year. But now, Hadley unexpectedly returns to Stringybark Creek alone, hiding an explosive secret. 

While Hadley's in town, the shocking suicide of one of their old school friends brings her and childhood friend Ollie together as they mourn their loss and begin a campaign to raise awareness of rural mental health, both wanting to make a difference. 

With Mitch putting pressure on Hadley to keep quiet and the secret she's keeping causing her great anguish, Hadley's feelings for Ollie take her by surprise. But her life is so messed up at the moment - what future could they possibly have together? 

Return to Stringybark Creek concludes the Callahan family trilogy with a delightfully irresistible story of loyalty, hope and the importance of staying true to yourself. 

©2019 Karly Lane (P)2019 W. F. Howes Ltd

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This was my first audio book & it made me cry & laugh out loud, when normally reading wouldn’t cause me to. I also liked how I could finish a whole book in 2 days, when reading would’ve probably taken me a week or more. The only thing I didn’t like was that the performance of the men’s voices made the men sound a bit boganish.