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The Traitors (The Australians #3)

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In the midst of bloodshed and rebellion a new generation struggled to be born...

Through hearbreak and tragic loss they had fashioned a new life in the land of their exile. But even now they could not rest securely. The courage of beautiful Abigail Tempest, newly arrived sixteen year old heiress to a vast land grant..the mettle of Justin Broome, with his father's adventurou...more
Mass Market Paperback, 621 pages
Published April 15th 1981 by Dell (first published 1981)
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The Traitors is the third is a fairly long series commonly referred to as The Australians. Former convict Jenny Taggert is back, still trying to make a go of the land; but prices are sky high after the flooding of the Hawkesbury River, and currency is in short supply, making rum the *coin of the realm* with The Rum Corps keeping that commodity fully under control (really, it's too hard to explain, go to the Wiki link if you want to know more). The old governor is out, and William Bligh is in (ye...more
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Again, part of The Australians. Great.
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Violet Vivian Finlay was born on 2 January 1914 in Rangoon, Burma (now also known as Myanmar). She was the daughter of Alice Kathleen (Norton) and Sir Campbell Kirkman Finlay, the owner and director of Burmah Oil Company Ltd., whose Scottish family also owned James Finlay and Company Ltd.. Her youth mostly was spent in Burma and India, and during her life, she frequently journeyed between Rangoon,...more
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