by Rosanne Hawke
Thomas C. Lothian, 2003, ISBN 0734404964, paperback
Very Good Condition, some edge and shelf wear, some rubbing and bumping to edges and corners, no inscriptions, age toned pages, (see photographs)
“Jaime Richards was brought up in Muslim Pakistan. Will she ever find her own place in Australia or will she forever live in a borderland – the space between two countries and two cultures? Or is the borderland a true place of her own?
Re-entry: From the moment Jaime Richards arrives in Australia after living in Pakistan the shocks come thick and fast. How will she ever fit in, know the right things to say and wear, or get used to dating? This is the story of her journey into a new world – her own culture.
Jihad: Jaime returns to Pakistan to lay to rest the ghosts of the past but her holiday soon turns into a dangerous adventure in war-torn Afghanistan. Can she escape the Mujahadeen still fighting their holy war? Ans what of Jasper’s struggle within?
Cameleer: Still reeling from the events of her stay in Afghanistan, Jaime visits Blakes’ station in the Far North. She finds what a devastating effect an untold secret has on Blakes’s family. Can she find out the secret before it’s too late, or have they all believed the lie for too long?”