Ep: 96 Pamela Hart – The Desert Nurse

Amid the Australian Army hospitals of World War 1 Egypt, two deeply determined individuals find the resilience of their love tested to its limits.
From the casualty tents the fever wards and the operating theatres of the palace; through the streets of Caio during Ramadan, to the parched desert and the grim realities of war, Pamela Hart beloved bestselling Australian author of THE WAR BRIDE, tells the heart-wrenching store of four years that changed the world forever.

Ep: 75 Kate Murdoch – Stone Circle

Is the ability to read minds a blessing or a curse?  
When Antonius’s father dies, he must work to support his family. He finds employment as a servant in the Palazzo Ducal, home of Conte Valperga. Sixteenth-century Pesaro is a society governed by status, and Antonius has limited opportunities.When a competition is announced, Antonius seizes his chance.

Ep: 66 Miranda Riwoe – The Fish Girl

Sparked by the description of a ‘Malay trollope’ in W. Somerset Maugham’s story, ‘The Four Dutchmen’, Mirandi Riwoe’s novella, The Fish Girl tells of an Indonesian girl whose life is changed irrevocably when she moves from a small fishing village to work in the house of a Dutch merchant.
There she finds both hardship and tenderness as her traditional past and colonial present collide.