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Colours of gold

Author: Kaye Dobbie
Publisher: North Sydney, N.S.W. : Harlequin Mira, 2014.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : English : First Australian paperback edition 2014View all editions and formats
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1867. Named by the wife of the paddle steamer captain who finds her half drowned in the Murray River, Alice must survive in a world that reviles her. Because Alice has a gift ... or a curse. She can see an aura of colours around the people she meets - and those colours tell her of impending doom. With her friend Rosey, Alice runs away to the gold fields and then joins a troupe of entertainers where people pay to  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Detective and mystery fiction
Fiction
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Kaye Dobbie
ISBN: 9781743565315 1743565313
OCLC Number: 874688305
Notes: "The child has no name, she's a little girl ... lost and forgotten"--Cover.
Description: 395 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: Paperback -The child has no name, she's a little girl...lost and forgotten. 1867. Named by the wife of the paddle steamer captain who finds her half drowned in the Murray River, Alice must survive in a world that reviles her. Because Alice has a gift...or a curse. She can see an aura of colours around the people she meets --
and those colours tell her of impending doom. With her friend Rosey, Alice runs away to the gold fields and then joins a troupe of entertainers where people pay to hear her predictions. But she can never escape her past...along with the frightening man in the dark coat who follows her wherever she goes...Present: Annie Reuben is an art restorer in her father's business, but times are tough. After being given a long-lost painting found in the basement of a condemned hotel, Annie becomes intrigued by the two girls who stare out at her from the ruined canvas. Who were Alice and Rosey? And why does Annie find their lives so important? As Annie becomes caught up with finding answers from the past, she finds herself being stalked by the same frightening man in the dark coat who follows her wherever she goes...
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1867. Named by the wife of the paddle steamer captain who finds her half drowned in the Murray River, Alice must survive in a world that reviles her. Because Alice has a gift ... or a curse. She can see an aura of colours around the people she meets - and those colours tell her of impending doom. With her friend Rosey, Alice runs away to the gold fields and then joins a troupe of entertainers where people pay to hear her predictions. But she can never escape her past ... along with the frightening man in the dark coat who follows her wherever she goes ... Present: Annie Reuben is an art restorer in her father's business, but times are tough. After being given a long-lost painting found in the basement of a condemned hotel, Annie becomes intrigued by the two girls who stare out at her from the ruined canvas. Who were Alice and Rosey? And why does Annie find their lives so important? As Annie becomes caught up with finding answers from the past, she finds herself being stalked by the same frightening man in the dark coat who follows her wherever she goes ...

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