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  • Historical Fiction Geelong Victoria

    1898, Geelong, Victoria. When Stella Truehart’s husband Lowry Hayward disappeared she reported him missing; his beaten body was discovered and she’s now a widow. Stella’s relieved her husband is dead; he was so nice to her when they were courting and he changed once they tied the knot. He turned into a mean, nasty and brutal bully, she’s now living on her own and she still feels very vulnerable. Detective Bendigo Barrett has been employed to find Stella, she’s very cautious about speaking to him, after her experience with her husband and she’s extremely nervous and she feels like someone is watching her? When a series of unfortunate and disturbing events happen involving Stella and Bendigo they decide to travel to Sydney, ask Bendigo’s mysterious employer some questions and try to devise what’s going on? I enjoyed reading The Last Truehart, the plot had so many twists and turns, it kept me interested and especially while trying to put together the complicated family connections and family dynamics and discover the hidden secrets. I received a copy of The Last Truehart in exchange for an honest review, a brilliant Australian historical fiction story full of suspense, intrigue and five stars from me.

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  • Excellent read

    I enjoyed the story - the characters were plausible and the history and writing good. There were some awkward plot points that ought to have been edited out, like the meeting in the coffee palace, but overall I enjoyed the book.

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