Description - The Rain Queen by Katherine Scholes
One unforgettable storyteller. Over 2 million books sold.
Kate Carrington has cut all ties with Africa, the land of her birth. Her past is buried alongside her missionary parents, the last reminders locked safely away in the attic. But when a mysterious woman moves in next door, Kate's carefully constructed world is torn apart.
Annah Mason has led an extraordinary life - one that has taken her from a hospital in Langali to the company of rainmakers deep in the Tanzanian bush. Her connection with the Waganga people has brought her the great love of her life, and freedom beyond her dreams. Yet she carries with her a painful secret. Now, the time has come for her to tell her story - to finally set Kate free.
The international bestseller that has captured hearts the world over.
'This most moving book, whose every breath is a love-song for Africa and her people, is a faultlessly woven cloth.' Le Monde
'One to keep you reading late into the night.' West Australian
'Beautifully written, lively and sympathetic ... an adventurous and highly entertaining read.' Bookshow (Germany)
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(197mm x 127mm x 45mm)
Penguin Books Australia
Publisher: Penguin Books Australia
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Author Biography - Katherine Scholes
Katherine Scholes is the author of international bestsellers including The Rain Queen, Make Me An Idol, The Stone Angel, The Hunter's Wife, The Lioness and The Perfect Wife. She is particularly popular in Europe where she has sold over two million books.
Her novel The Blue Chameleon won a New South Wales State Literary Award and The Stone Angel was longlisted in the International Dublin Literary Awards. Her work has been translated into over a dozen languages, and includes children's titles as well as novels for adults. She has also worked as a documentary filmmaker.
Katherine was born in Tanzania, the daughter of a missionary doctor and an artist. She has fond memories of going on safaris to remote areas where her father operated a clinic from his Land Rover. When she was ten the family left Tanzania, going first to England, then migrating to Australia. She now lives in Tasmania but makes regular trips back to Africa where many of her books are set.