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A home like ours / Fiona Lowe.

A home like ours / Fiona Lowe.
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Shelf Location Collection Volume Ref. Branch Status Due Date
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Adult Fiction Quick Browse   Double Bay . *, Quick Browse .  
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Adult Fiction Quick Browse   Double Bay . *, Quick Browse . 15 Oct 2022
F LOWE
Adult Fiction   Paddington . Available .  
F LOWE
Adult Fiction   Watsons Bay . Available .  
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ISBN 9781489298676 (paperback)
Author Lowe, Fiona author.
Title A home like ours / Fiona Lowe.
Publisher/Date Sydney, NSW : HQ Fiction, an imprint of Harlequin Enterprises (Australia), [2021]
©2021
Pagination etc. 548 pages ; 24 cm.
Contents note "What really lies beneath the idyllic facade of this small town?"--Cover.
Summary Note A picturesque small town, a cosy community garden, a facade of tolerance and acceptance - but when three women with wildly different loyalties come together, what secrets and lies will be revealed? Tara Hooper is at breaking point. With two young children, a business in a town struggling under an unexpected crime wave, and her husband more interested in his cricket team than their marriage, life is a juggling act. Then, when new neighbours arrive and they are exactly the sort of people the town doesn't want or need, things get worse. Life has taught Helen Demetriou two things: being homeless is terrifying and survival means keeping your cards close to your chest. Having clawed back some stability through her involvement in the community garden, she dares to relax. But as she uncovers some shady goings-on in the council, that stability turns to quicksand. For teenage mother Jade Innes, life can be lonely among the judgement of the town and the frequent absences of her boyfriend. A chance encounter draws her into the endangered community garden where she makes friends for the first time. Glimpsing a different way of life is enticing but its demands are terrifying. Does she even deserve to try? Can such disparate women unite to save the garden and ultimately stop the town from tearing itself apart? This is a timely novel that explores prejudice and privilege.
Subject Gardens -- Fiction
Women -- Fiction
City and town life -- Fiction
Prejudices -- Fiction
Privileges and immunities -- Fiction
Secrecy -- Fiction
Australian fiction
Shelf Location F LOWE
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