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The Keepers of the Lighthouse (MP3)
Written by:
Kaye Dobbie 
Read by:
Alice Batt 
Unabridged MP3 CD Audio Book 
Number of CDs:
9 hours 54 minutes 
MP3 size:
430 MB 
December 01 2022 
Available Date:
December 01 2022 
Age Category:
Fiction; Australian Fiction; Historical; Historical Fiction; Mystery; Sagas 
Bolinda audio 
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GBP£ 15.98
GBP£ 15.98

Australian author

Shortlisted Romantic Book of the Year 2023

A lonely windswept lighthouse island in Bass Strait hides a dangerous secret hundreds of years in the making. Secrets and sabotage keep listeners guessing in the new novel from Australian author Kaye Dobbie.

1882. Laura Webster and her father are the stalwart keepers of Benevolence Island Lighthouse, a desolate place stranded in the turbulent Bass Strait. When a raging storm wrecks a schooner just offshore, the few survivors take shelter with the Websters, awaiting rescue from the mainland. But some of the passengers have secrets that lead to dreadful consequences, the ripples of which echo far into the future ... 2020. Nina and her team of volunteers arrive on Benevolence to work on repairs, with plans to open up the island to tourists. Also on the expedition, for reasons of his own, is Jude Rawlins, a man Nina once loved. A man who once destroyed her. But the idyllic location soon turns into a nightmare as random acts of sabotage leave them with no communication to the mainland and the sense of someone on the island who shouldn't be there. The fingers of those secrets from the passengers lost long ago are reaching into the present, and Nina will never be the same again ...

'If you love dual timeline historical novels featuring strong, feisty heroines, then you'll enjoy The Keepers of the Lighthouse. It's a haunting read that has stayed with me days after the final page.'
Better Reading

'A wonderfully immersive read.'
The Daily Telegraph