Book Reviews of The Gallant (Australians, No 8)

The Gallant (Australians, No 8)
The Gallant - Australians, No 8
Author: William Stuart Long
ISBN-13: 9780440127857
ISBN-10: 0440127858
Publication Date: 6/1/1986
Pages: 431
  • Currently 3.9/5 Stars.

3.9 stars, based on 6 ratings
Publisher: Dell
Book Type: Paperback
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An untamed land of limitless riches and dangerous dreams.... Australia-for some, a promised land where courage forged the future from a savage wilderness. For others, a brutal prison where depravity, drove even the best of men to desperate acts in the name of freedom. And for all, a continent so vast that secrets could be hidden, sins forgotten, and fortunes made...if one paid the price of blood and passion. New squatters and pioneers pushed ever onward into the unexplored outback. But those with roots already deep in the dusty soil-the indomitable young Jenny Broome and Colonel William De Lancey-found their fighting spirit urging them toward a different horizon: to defend the British Empire in a distant place of undreamt horror and unimaginable desire. The Magnificent saga from the producer of the Kent Family Chronicles and Wagons West.
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#8 in the series called The Australians. It is the early 1800's on the frontier of a new country. An exciting series, which parallels America's early days, well worth reading every book.