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Wilding, Lynne

Overview
Works: 24 works in 36 publications in 2 languages and 245 library holdings
Genres: Fiction  Domestic fiction  History  Adventure stories  Psychological fiction  Detective and mystery fiction  Sagas 
Roles: Author
Classifications: PR9619.3.W539, A823.3
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Publications about Lynne Wilding
Publications by Lynne Wilding
Most widely held works by Lynne Wilding
Turn left at Bindi Creek by Lynne Wilding( Sound Recording )
4 editions published between 2001 and 2004 in English and held by 21 libraries worldwide
When Brooke Hastings and her new husband, Doctor Jason d'Winters, stop off at the small town of Bindi Creek - they have no idea that the small township will end up having such a dramatic impact on their lives. Lured by the peaceful town and its need for a doctor, the young family decide to settle at Bindi Creek and make friends with the locals, including Jason's old mate Wes, who admires Jason and Brooke's perfect life. But Brooke is not all she appears to be, and the guilty secrets of her tragic past are tearing her apart. When Jason is seriously injured in a motorcycle accident, Brooke has to confront her past and rediscover herself in order to survive. Meanwhile, Wes begins to make his move
King of cane valley by Lynne Wilding( Sound Recording )
2 editions published in 2004 in English and held by 19 libraries worldwide
A compelling family saga that sweeps from India and southern Africa to the cane fields of north Queensland. After her mother's death, Rani Ashiramsi must leave her home in Bombay and join her father in the African villiage of Saringal. There she loses her heart to sugar cane plantation manager Willem Dewar - but Willem is married and when Rani discovers she is pregnant, she has no option but to make a new life for herself and her child. Graeme Carruthers comes to Rani's rescue, offering a marriage of convenience and a new life in Australia on his family's sugar cane farm
Whispers through the pines by Lynne Wilding( Sound Recording )
3 editions published between 2000 and 2004 in English and held by 17 libraries worldwide
A woman's search to unravel the truth about herself. Barrister Jessica Pearce is brilliant in the courtroom until a personal tragedy tears her life apart. To help her recover from her trauma, husband Dr Simon Pearce decides they will move to Norfolk Island. Here amidst the idyllically serene landscape Simon hopes that Jessica will rebuild her life. But strange, inexplicable things have Jessica questioning her own sanity on an island scarred by dark secrets from its convict past
52 Waratah Avenue by Lynne Wilding( file )
1 edition published in 2003 in English and held by 17 libraries worldwide
As Laura Beaumont struggles wih the loss of love, her other life's passion comes under threat. Someone is trying to sabotage Ashworths, the exclusive department store set up by Laura Beaumont. Is the company about to be taken over? The timing is bad for the Beaumont family because Laura's health is declining and they desperatly need to find a successor to the business. Caroline, Laura's eldest daughter, is an international concert pianist in search of a new career ; perhaps at Ashworths. But her ambitious sister Michaela has her eye on the top job and is suspicious of Caroline's motives
Heart of the outback by Lynne Wilding( Sound Recording )
3 editions published between 2000 and 2004 in English and held by 12 libraries worldwide
Fiery and ambitious, brilliant architect Francey Spinetti is a young woman on her way to the top. When wealthy magnate CJ Ambrose introduces her to his vast North Queensland business empire - and a career-scarred local cop, Steve Parrish - everything seems to be falling into place, including her love life. But the harsh outback landscape holds more secrets than Francey could possibly have imagined, and more enemies too. CJ's family seem determined to eliminate Francey from the picture - whatever the cost
The topaz brooch by Lynne Wilding( Book )
1 edition published in 2005 in English and held by 10 libraries worldwide
Outback sunset by Lynne Wilding( file )
1 edition published in 2005 in English and held by 10 libraries worldwide
A sweeping family saga from the bestselling author of "Heart of the Outback" and "This time forever". Lynne Wilding is one of Australia's most popular romance authors. In print by Harper Collins Publishers: www.harpercollins.com.au When English actress Vanessa Forsythe falls in love with Bren Selby, her life changes forever. Not only does she have to adjust to life as mistress of Amaroo Downs, a remote cattle station in Western Australia, but she must establish her place in the Selby family. Vanessa succeeds in balancing her acting career with her new life in the outback, but when a family secret threatens to destroy everything she's grown to love, she must face her greatest challenge yet
This time forever by Lynne Wilding( file )
1 edition published in 2003 in English and held by 9 libraries worldwide
Nothing lasts forever ... or does it? Laura McRae is beautiful, gifted and madly in love, until at eighteen her life is shattered in a few brief moments. Soon it is wartime, a time of racketeering and high stakes, and impulsive marriages. Falling into the arms of Eddie Ashworth seems to be the love Laura has dreamed of, but is her new husband really the man he seems? All she can cling to is her talent for fashion and her determination never to be poor again; a talent and determination that takes her into the glamorous salons of Sydney's high society. As her business climbs from success to success, her creations become the toast of the town, her customers the rich and powerful. Then Captain Jack Beaumont walks into her life ... This time, can Laura truly find happiness? And this time, could it be forever?
Im Schatten des Eukalyptus Australien-Saga by Lynne Wilding( Book )
2 editions published in 2009 in German and held by 7 libraries worldwide
The sheikh by Lynne Wilding( Book )
2 editions published between 1991 and 2000 in English and held by 6 libraries worldwide
The shiekh by Lynne Wilding( Book )
1 edition published in 1991 in English and held by 6 libraries worldwide
Whispers through the pines by Lynne Wilding( file )
1 edition published in 1999 in English and held by 0 libraries worldwide
Is someone or something trying to drive Jessica Pearce insane? Could it be the hereditary factor of insanity in her family tree? Is it Simon, her doctor husband? Or is something darker and more sinister happening to her on Norfolk Island? Jessica Pearce is a successful Perth barrister, until she suffers an emotional breakdown three weeks after the death of her son. In an attempt to heal Jessica and her husband, Simon moves to Norfolk Island for a six month break away from their hectic worlds. Jessica, immersed in her misery, is touched by Sarah, a land-locked spirit, tied to Norfolk Island and unable to leave or rest. Sarah sees Jessica as the one to set her free from her spiritual bonds. Slowly Sarah's story of her brutal death in the times of colonial settlement unravels. The already strained marriage of Jessica and Simon is threatened by the mutual attraction between Jessica and Marcus Hunter, a former psychologist and a native
Heart of the outback by Lynne Wilding( file )
1 edition published in 2010 in English and held by 0 libraries worldwide
This time forever by Lynne Wilding( file )
1 edition published in 2011 in English and held by 0 libraries worldwide
A passionate Australian tale of love and courage. Laura McRae is beautiful, gifted and madly in love - until at eighteen her life is shattered in a few brief moments. Soon it is wartime, a time of racketeering and high stakes - and impulsive marriages. Falling into the arms of Eddie Ashworth seems to be the love Laura has dreamed of but is her new husband really the man he seems? All she can cling to is her talent for fashion and her determination never to be poor again; a talent and determination that takes her into the glamorous salons of Sydney's high society. As her business climbs from success to success, her creations become the toast of the town, her customers the rich and powerful. Then Captain Jack Beaumont walks into her life. This time, can Laura truly find happiness? And this time, could it be forever?
Sundown crossing by Lynne Wilding( file )
1 edition published in 2006 in English and held by 0 libraries worldwide
"When Carla Hunter inherits her fathers vineyard, little does she realise the trouble she's about to harvest.The sudden death of her father, Rolfe, sends Carla Hunter to South Australia's Barossa Valley to claim her birthright. And to begin a search for the truth about her heritage that will change her life Rolfes journal tells a tale of disinheritance and disgrace, and Carla knows that her grandfather, Carl Stenmark, will not accept her or her son. In fact, the Stenmark family seem more likely to destroy her and her fledgling business than to welcome her with open arms. Carla must use every ounce of courage - and every friend and ally she can find - to keep her vineyard and make a go of her new life" -- cover
Outback sunset by Lynne Wilding( file )
1 edition published in 2010 in English and held by 0 libraries worldwide
When English actress Vanessa Forsythe falls in love with Ben Selby, her life changes forever. Leaving behind her beautiful Belgravia apartment, she becomes mistress of Amaroo Downs, a remote cattle station in the Northern Territory. Not only does Vanessa have to adjust to the outback lifestyle, but she has to make her place in the Selby family. Ben's brother, Curtis, isn't too pleased to have to make allowances for the English blow-in, while his mother, Hilary, finds it difficult to let go of her hold on Amaroo, even though she no longer lives on the station. However, Vanessa's real challenge comes when a family secret threatens to overturn life on Amaroo, and someone seems determined to bring her happiness there to an end
King of cane valley by Lynne Wilding( file )
1 edition published in 2010 in English and held by 0 libraries worldwide
From the author of the bestselling Heart of the Outback and Turn Left at Bindi Creek. After her mother's death, Rani Ashiramsi must leave her home in Bombay and join her father in the African village of Saringal. There she loses her heart to sugar cane plantation manager Willem Dewar - but Willem is married and when Rani discovers she is pregnant, she has no option but to make a new life for herself and her child. Graeme Carruthers comes to Rani's rescue, offering a marriage of convenience and a new life in Australia on his family's sugar cane farm. The birth of her son, Davin, helps to heal Rani's broken heart and she hopes to find happiness with Graeme in Queensland's cane valley. But there is one big cloud on the horizon: Eddie O'Roarke and his determination to buy up every cane farm in the area and become king of cane valley. So when Davin grows up and falls in love with O'Roarke's daughter Moira, it's more than Eddie's temper that catches fire
52 Waratah Avenue by Lynne Wilding( file )
1 edition published in 2010 in English and held by 0 libraries worldwide
Laura Beaumont is under doctor's orders to hand over the running of her exclusive department store to a successor. Her youngest daughter, Michaela has worked for this all her life but her goal is threatened when the eldest daughter returns to Sydney. Other passions soon surface
Turn left at Bindi Creek by Lynne Wilding( file )
1 edition published in 2010 in English and held by 0 libraries worldwide
When Brooke Hastings and her new husband, Doctor Jason d'Winters, stop off at the small town of Bindi Creek - they have no idea that the small township will end up having such a dramatic impact on their lives. Lured by the peaceful town and its need for a doctor, the young family decide to settle at Bindi Creek and make friends with the locals, including Jason's old mate Wes, who admires Jason and Brooke's perfect life. But Brooke is not all she appears to be, and the guilty secrets of her tragic past are tearing her apart. When Jason is seriously injured in a motorcycle accident, Brooke has to confront her past and rediscover herself in order to survive. Meanwhile, Wes begins to make his move
Amy's touch by Lynne Wilding( file )
1 edition published in 2010 in English and held by 0 libraries worldwide
"After working as a nurse with Australian soldiers in World War I, Amy Carmichael settles in the little town of Gindaroo, South Australia. There she is reunited with one of her former patients, good-natured Danny McLean, and his moody brother Randall. The McLeans own Drovers Way, a sheep and cattle station just out of town. But Drovers Way is in trouble -- and so is Amy. She has become engaged to Danny, but is dismayed to find that it is Randall for whom her feelings are strongest. And Randall is engaged to Elizabeth Walpole, the daughter of the McLean brothers greatest rival. In and around Gindaroo rumour is rife, and when Amy and Randalls feelings for each other become obvious, it creates a feud between the Walpoles and McLeans that will have disastrous consequences ... With unforgettable characters, vivid settings and a sure storyteller's instinct, Lynne Wilding weaves a tale of love and choices set against the wide brown acres of the Australian landscape"--Publisher
 
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German (2)
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