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It's 1986 in small-town New Zealand. The entire town is stuck in a stalemate between the striking mill workers and its management. With livelihoods, families and identities under siege, all must choose where their loyalties lie.

As the effects of Rogernomics begin their historic shaking of New Zealand's economic stability, relationships and beliefs are tested. Sisters are
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Kindle Edition, 216 pages
Published December 19th 2016 by Cloud Ink
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Dione Jones Yes I have read it. If you remember the unions, the strikes. England had them and so did New Zealand. This is the story of a small town in New Zealand…moreYes I have read it. If you remember the unions, the strikes. England had them and so did New Zealand. This is the story of a small town in New Zealand totally dependent on the one big company which itself it trying to go global. Good story.(less)

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New Zealand author, originally born in England.

For the author of modern romances, see Helen McNeil.