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It was always expected that Lachie Sinclair and his brothers would one day take over the family property, Kamilaroi. But when tragedy strikes, Lachlan blames his father and angrily renounces any future for him at Kamilaroi.

Moving to the city, Lachie joins the police force and quickly rises through the ranks. But after being injured in a gunfight he decides to go out on his own as a private investigator.

When a wealthy society woman asks Lachie to lead the search for her missing daughter, he reluctantly agrees. Early indications are that the woman's captors are hiding her in the Pilliga region, meaning Lachie must return to his roots in order to try and save her life ...

This rollicking new bush yarn from the bestselling author of Valley of the White Gold and Silver in the Sun will keep Tony Parsons' fans turning the pages well into the night.

Praise for Tony Parsons: 'A heart-warming saga of family tribulations, and an intensely powerful and moving story with a true-blue Australian flavour ...' Country News

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Back to the Pilliga
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Back to the Pilliga
September 3rd, 2014
Great book easy to read with plausible storyline which flowed well. Coming from the land and with ancestors originally from district made for good reading. Well worth reading
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Back to the piliga by Tony Parsons.
April 4th, 2014
Well, this is the best book I gave read for a long time. On road trips to Brisbane, the Pilliga has captured my imagination because it is so different from the forest area of my Gippsland home. I thoroughly enjoyed this book. The characters were believable and reminded me of members of my own family. The battle between Lachie, his father and his brother also were reminiscent of the goings on in my family. I wanted to be Lachies mother. I want people to think of me as a 'grand lady'. Thank you for a brilliant read which taught me, entertained me and pulled at my heart strings.
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Backto the pilliga
January 26th, 2014
Excellent story for one whose ancestors developed an area of the pillaga in the 1850s and 60s
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