[Rodwell’s] writing is eloquent, entertaining and authentic. It has a raw and racy quality about it that reflects the people and events of that tough early period in Australian history. He has clearly mastered the historical fiction genre as evidenced in Goulburn’s Deliverance.
Gommera Woman is the exhilarating story of a colonial family pastoral empire and two brothers who seek to control it. Richard and Robert Barsden coolly and shockingly murder Aborigines in an attempt to drive them from their land. Read more about “Gommera Woman”