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Brumby Plains epub ebook

by Joanne Van Os

Brumby Plains epub ebook

Author: Joanne Van Os
Category: Mysteries & Thrillers
Language: English
Publisher: Random House Australia; 1st edition (July 1, 2006)
Pages: 198 pages
ISBN: 1741661471
ISBN13: 978-1741661477
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 697
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Joanne Van Os. ‘Now what are we gunna do?’ moaned a voice Sam recognised. It was Sleazy, the sullen young man from the markets. Yeah, they seen me to. Sam knew that voice as well.

Joanne Van Os. If youse had been a bit smarter and quicker this wouldn’t have happened. The third voice was strange. It was hard edged and dangerous. Get ’em up. We got work to d. They were hauled roughly to their feet, and Sam stared at the third man. He was big and solidly built, with a leathery, tanned face and small flinty eyes.

Sam and George, 13 and 11, live at Brumby Plains, their parents' sprawling buffalo station in the Northern Territory  .

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Joanne van Os is an Australian author of memoir, children's and adult fiction. Van Os grew up in Melbourne and moved to Darwin at age 20. At age 22, she met her future husband Rod Ansell, widely regarded as the inspiration for the character Crocodile Dundee, with whom she had two sons and subsequently divorced. Van Os later remarried. She is currently based in Darwin.

For Ali van Os. The Aboriginal references in this story have been drawn from my own experiences over a long association with the Northern Territory and its people

For confident readers aged 9+. ISBN 978 1 74166 147 7. ISBN 1 74166 147 1. I. Title. For Ali van Os. The Aboriginal references in this story have been drawn from my own experiences over a long association with the Northern Territory and its people. The actual people, clans and names are entirely fictional, and are not based on any real group, current or historical. The geography of the area in which Brumby Plains is situated is also imaginary, created out of the various places in the Northern Territory’s Top End in which I have lived.

Author, Joanne Van Os, knows this country well having spent much time there. The ’crime’ that the children uncover is a common one here in the Territory, and is one of a few scenarios she could have chosen, and one that is close to my heart

Author, Joanne Van Os, knows this country well having spent much time there. The ’crime’ that the children uncover is a common one here in the Territory, and is one of a few scenarios she could have chosen, and one that is close to my heart. She portrays the lives of station kids very well, and touches on the beliefs of the local Aboriginal people sensitively with a very interesting back story.

Home Joanne Van Os Series: Brumby Plains. A series by Joanne Van Os. Brumby Plains. Brumby Plains (2006) Castaway (2007). Brumby Plains is an isolated place, and the outside world doesn't intrude much here. Sam and George, 13 and 11, live at Brumby Plains, their parents' sprawling buffalo station in the Northern Territory

Joanne Van Os. But when Sam and George discover a refugee child washed up on the shores of their buffalo station, the rest of the world is brought a lot closer. Sam and George, 13 and 11, live at Brumby Plains, their parents' sprawling buffalo station in the Northern Territory. They're counting down to the Christmas holidays, and anticipating the fun they'll have exploring the property, horse riding, and spending time with their cousins Tess and Darcy. But weird things are happening at Brumby Plains - who is leaving the gates open, and why did a plane land in darkness in a deserted area?

Joanne van Os was born in 1955, and grew up in Melbourne. Joanne Van Os. Издатель. Penguin Random House Australia, 2011.

Joanne van Os was born in 1955, and grew up in Melbourne. Her first book, OUTBACK HEART, is a best-selling memoir about life with her first husband, the 'Real Crocodile Dundee' Rod Ansell, mustering wild cattle and buffalo and living a 19th century lifestyle in remote parts of the Northern Territory, and his tragic end in 1999. She followed this book with three children's novels, all set in the far north of Australia and written for the 10 - 14 age group. She lives with her husband Lex Silvester on a yacht in Darwin, NT, and continues to write.

Australian writer Joanne van Os was born in Sydney, raised in Melbourne and first went to the NT for a 6. .

Australian writer Joanne van Os was born in Sydney, raised in Melbourne and first went to the NT for a 6 month job when she was 20. 43 years later, she’s never regretted that move. Joanne lives in Darwin with her husband Lex Silvester.

Sam and George, 13 and 11, live at Brumby Plains, their parents' sprawling buffalo station in the Northern Territory of Australia. They're counting down to the Christmas holidays, and anticipating the fun they'll have exploring the property, horse riding, and spending time with their cousins Tess and Darcy. But weird things are happening at Brumby Plains—who is leaving the gates open, and why did a plane land in darkness in a deserted area? A chance encounter with an Englishman who knows more than he's letting on leaves Sam suspicious, but all their worries are forgotten as the four kids find a spooky cave up in the hills. Vincent, their old Aboriginal friend, says they shouldn't go there—he says it's a dangerous place, full of angry spirits. Surely there's no harm in exploring, though—is there?
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