"Three-part novel set in the Ballarat goldfields region of Australia during the goldrush of the mid-nineteenth century. The novels trace the rise and fall of the title character (and his family) against the backdrop of colonial expansion."
"In 1814 an English woman leaves her Devonshire home to accompany her officer husband to the colony of New South Wales. She escapes the harshness of the life and landscape by cultivating an English garden with the help of her convict servant."
"Literary novel set in 1930's and inspired by Australia's "Better Farming Train" that traveled around Victoria (SE Australia) during the early Depression years-teaching farmers how to conquer the soil and agriculturally win."
"Depiction of the arrival of the British in 1788, the reactions of the Aboriginal people, and the clash of cultures that followed. First in the "Timeless Land" trilogy which also includes "Storm of Time", and "No Barrier"."
"Set in the 19th century. A German adventurer/explorer arrives in Australia and sets about to transverse the continent and create his own map. He falls in love and leaves behind his sponsor's orphan niece. Loosely based on the ill-fated expedition of Ludwig Leichhardt."
"Epic story set late 1930s and early 1940s in Northern Australia. Depicts the "tragic effects of white settlement in Australia". Emphasis on the majesty of the land, the motif of the journey, the destruction of Aboriginal society."
"Story of an Enlish woman's capture by the Japanese whilst she was living in Malaya during WWII. Her POW experiences include surviving the brutal seven-month Death March. An Australian soldier risks his life to help the POWs. The two reunite years later in post-war Australia."