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  • Small Town Coastal Fiction

    Ellie Conlan lives in Melbourne, she’s a career woman and very good at her job. Suddenly out of the blue her boss decides to give Sophia a fellow work college her job as project manager, Ellie gathers her things from her desk and quits. She decides to visit her grandfather in Storm Harbour a quiet little beach town and have a much needed break from living in the city. Ellie’s grandfather Patrick is thrilled to see her and he’s 80 and still works as the editor of the local newspaper called The Storm Harbour Chronicle. Ellie decides to take an extended holiday, she has no reason to return to Melbourne, do some volunteer work at the newspaper office and they certainly need some up to date IT help. Storm Harbour is a beautiful little coastal town, everyone loves the amazing botanic gardens and the caravan park is situated close by. Ellie meets some interesting people, a real mixture of personalities and they all have one common wish and that’s for Storm Harbour to stay the same. Ellie is drawn into a new story and someone is trying to develop a large area of land in Storm Harbour and it’s all very secretive. The area in question is owned by the rich O’Neill family, their matriarch Kathryn is in her 90’s, she’s very attached to the gardens, she created them, why would she want them destroyed and it makes no sense? Before the Storm looks at life in a small town, the people who live in it, they have all moved there for a reason and some have secret pasts. The atmosphere in town soon gets very tense; this makes Ellie feel very uncomfortable, she had a bad experience as a teenager in Storm Harbour, she never told anyone, and years later it still affects her. Ellie finally understands dealing with what happened to her will set her free, she needs to tackle her past front on, it wasn’t her fault; the same applies to finding out who’s behind the development, initiating the very low and nasty behavior and it needs to be stopped! I enjoyed reading Before the Storm, I received a copy in exchange for an honest review and I gave the book four stars.

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  • Before the Storm

    Another fabulous book from one of my favourite authors. Couldn’t put it down!

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  • A fantastic read.

    Such a great read. One of Di Morrisey’s best. Definitely up there on par with her other books. I know both her old and new fans will enjoy this immensely.

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  • Great story

    Great book I enjoyed reading it from beginning to end.

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  • Before the storm

    Enjoyed the book. A few unexpected turns and twists. She hasn't lost the skill of writing and keeping the reader interested.

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