The Shifting Light
'Entertaining and page-turning . . . part rural romance and part family saga' Sydney Morning Herald (on The Painted Sky) Nina Larkin should be happy. She's transformed her rundown outback property, The Springs, into a successful artists' retreat; she's won a distinguished art prize, and she's living with her soulmate, trail-blazing grazier Heath Blackett. But the chance discovery of a portrait of her father, renowned artist Jim Larkin, makes her question everything. How could it have been drawn just weeks ago when Jim has been dead for years . . . Or so she thought. Could her father still be alive? Can she track down the man in the picture? And is this connected to the missing gold buried by her ancestor over a century ago? Her search for answers will draw Nina into a maze of family secrets - just as the man who stepped out of a portrait arrives at her door . . . Alice Campion is the pseudonym for four members of a Sydney book club. Their first novel, The Painted Sky, also features Nina, Heath and the captivating landscape of outback Wandalla.
- Paperback | 368 pages
- 161 x 233 x 28mm | 480g
- 30 Jan 2017
- Transworld Publishers (Division of Random House Australia)
- Milsons Piont, Australia
About Alice Campion
The Shifting Light is the work of four members of a Sydney book club, writing under the collective pseudonym Alice Campion. They are also the authors (along with a fifth member Madeline Oliver) of The Painted Sky. Denise Tart is a marriage celebrant with a background in performance and event management. She has written for the theatre and business, but now mainly pens meaningful and romantic ceremonies. Denise loves a good yarn. Jenny Crocker looks forward to rainy weekends and their potential for endless guilt-free reading. Jenny has been a journalist, public relations manager, non-fiction author and now manages awareness and education campaigns. Jane St Vincent Welch spent her childhood on an isolated rural property in the New England region of NSW. Jane now works in Sydney as a documentary editor, and enjoys telling stories in pictures and words. She would like to sit on a verandah one day and just paint. Jane Richards is a senior editor and journalist at Fairfax Media. She loves mysteries and secrets.