Orange City Library Author Talk with Meg Keneally

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The Wreck.

Rebel.

Radical.

Stowaway.

Survivor.

“All Sarah ever wanted was a better life …”  From the bestselling author of Fled Meg Keneally, comes a moving tale of revolution, treachery and courage.

In 1820 Sarah McCaffrey, fleeing arrest for her part in a failed rebellion, thinks she has escaped when she finds herself aboard the Serpent, bound from London to the colony of New South Wales. But when the mercurial captain’s actions drive the ship into a cliff, Sarah is the only survivor. Adopting a false identity, she becomes the right-hand woman of Molly Thistle, who has grown her late husband’s business interests into a sprawling real estate and trade empire. As time passes, Sarah begins to believe she might have found a home – until her past follows her across the seas …

Meg Keneally has always been fascinated by the ocean and history, in particular maritime history and archaeology. A former SCUBA diving instructor, Meg still spends as much time underwater as she can. She is the co-author with Tom Keneally of The Monsarrat Series of historical mysteries. Meg also works in corporate affairs, after a career in journalism and public relations.

Come along and hear bestselling historical fiction author Meg Keneally talk about her latest book The Wreck at Orange City Library.

Please book your place online or call the Library on 6393 8132. 

    Details

    Date:
    March 30
    Time:
    1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
    Cost:
    Free
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    Venue

    Orange City Library
    147 Byng Street
    Orange, NSW 2800 AU
    Phone:
    63938132
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    Organiser

    Central West Libraries
    Phone:
    63938132
    Email:
    library@nsw.gov.au
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