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Fleur McDonald writes about strong women overcoming adversity, drawing inspiration from her own experiences in rural Australia.

in her latest book, Sapphire Falls, her female protagonist Fiona Forrest is devastated when her husband Charlie commits suicide after the accidental shooting of his mate Eddie. Though Fiona decides to keep farming their successful property, rumours that she intends to sell keep circulating.

When Detective Dave Burrows arrives to sign off on the investigation into Eddie's death, his suspicions are aroused by some strange anomalies at the scene. As Dave becomes increasingly convinced that something sinister is going on, Fiona finds herself dealing with a series of disasters on the farm ...

sapphirefallsYou can buy Sapphire Falls here.

We are delighted that Fleur joins us today to share her Five Books of Influence.

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