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The seventh book in the addictive Woody Creek series from best-selling Australian author Joy Dettman.

After many tumultuous years spent grappling with the past, Jenny Hooper might have expected her latter years to be the best of her life, and they are - until tragedy strikes. Left floundering in a house full of memories, not all of them good, Jenny knows a reckoning is in order.

But it won't be easy. History is beginning to repeat itself for Jenny's adopted daughter, Trudy, who finds herself trapped in an abusive relationship. Jenny and her older daughter, Georgie, can only stand by and watch as Trudy's life implodes.

Meanwhile, half a world away in the UK, Cara and her husband, Morrie, nurture a devastating secret that keeps them at arm's length from Jenny.

But most of all, Jenny wants to renew contact with the beloved son she lost decades before when she was at her lowest ebb. Only that, and having the chance to tell him the truth about what happened, will give her peace. But is it too late?

©2019 Joy Dettman (P)2019 Pan Macmillan AU

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Big Fan Of The Woody Creek Series

Another fantastic book about the amazing life of Jen and her family. Another book please xo

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I love this series.

Joy Dettman captures the female Australian character so well. Deidre Ribenstein, I could listen to all day long. I binged on this and now I have nothing to listen to. The struggle is real.

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Truth In Fiction

A brilliant addition to the series but yet again, a continuing reminder of the authors thinly disguised fat-phobic and political views.

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