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Sprawling and magnificent, the outback is the territory of jackaroos and convicts, kangaroos and koalas. Many a man is captivated by the lure and mystery of the unending wilderness, but few possess the strength and daring to tame the savage land.

A brilliant young doctor, Stephen Brendell, loves the continent his forebears died trying to conquer, and he vows to use his skills helping settlers survive. Roaming from the teeming cities to the uncharted interior, he carves a life as tempestuous and unbounded as Australia itself.

A woman of wealth and privilege, Deirdre Kerrick has the courage to venture into unknown regions without a second thought. But when the heir to her family's sheep station lies dying, she fears their shining destiny will be destroyed until she finds the one man who can save their future and win her heart.

Go outback: Listen to more in the Outback Series.
Public Domain (P)2008 Books In Motion

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excellent Story, reasonable naration considering Americans have no idea about the Australian accent , but iverall very good.

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