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Gone, Brother, Gone

Sibling rivalry is not a problem for Ellen and Alistair. In a family where money is god and time is profit they have always been there for each other. When Ellen faces an unplanned pregnancy and Alistair flees to Melbourne to avoid arrest on drug charges they lose contact with each other for many years. Each follows their own separate path of self-discovery in their chosen careers until a bizarre co-incidence finally brings them together again. Their joyous reunion is quickly replaced with the disturbing discovery they must once again support each other unconditionally this time in a fight for justice against rape and murder.

Gone, Brother, Gone - 9780473340667
9780473340667
Gone, Brother, Gone
Sibling rivalry is not a problem for Ellen and Alistair. In a family where money is god and time is profit, they have always been there for each other. When Ellen faces an unplanned pregnancy and Alistair flees to Melbourne to avoid arrest on drug charges, they lose contact with each other for many years. Each follows their own separate path of self-discovery in their chosen careers until a bizarre co-incidence finally brings them together again. Their joyous reunion is quickly replaced with the disturbing discovery they must once again support each other unconditionally, this time in a fight for justice against rape and murder.

Gone, Brother, Gone is a poignant and heart-stopping novel, an irresistible blend of passion and revenge that restores the belief in the bonds of family love.

June Bowen is a retired librarian living in the famous wine producing province of Marlborough, New Zealand. Her short stories and poetry have won many awards and are published in several anthologies. The New Zealand Writers in the Top of the South Island website features her profile.
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