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She's sold millions of bestselling books. Come into the world of Di Morrissey - Australia's favourite storyteller.

"As a psychological study of sibling relationships and as a thriller, Rain Music is utterly compelling." West Australian

"Morrissey's beautifully crafted story celebrates history and nature." Australian Women's Weekly

Before you face the future, first you must confront the past.

Di writes about the Australia she knows, she loves, she's explored.

Rain Music is inspired by her adventures in Far North Queensland - its characters, its forgotten history, its modern dilemmas.

Brother and sister Ned and Bella Chisholm are struggling with a family tragedy that has set them on opposite paths. After taking off to pursue his musical dreams in Far North Queensland, Ned disappears.

When Bella goes in search of him, she finds herself in remote Cooktown, the isolated, little-known gem of the far north of Australia, and a place where both Ned and Bella's lives will be dramatically changed forever.

One story through two sets of eyes.

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    Rain Music

    Di Morrisey is such a brilliant writer, her words paint a picture and you feel as you're really there experiencing everything. So full of intrigue and suspense - couldn't put this book down.

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    Poor showing for FNQ.

    As a musician living in North Queesland, I was quite excited to read this story and lap up all the local references. Sadly, it reads more like a travelogue in places and references to the local music industry are for the most part, quite unrealistic. For me however, it's the dialogue that ruins it. People just dont speak like that; certainly not up here. I understand that some of the plot points must come from the dialogue but please, can we have a little more realistic banter. I don't know if all of Di's books are like this but I don't reckon I'll find out. Other readers' experiences may vary.

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    Rain Music

    As always a great read love Di Morrissey is a great writer and I love to read all her books will read this book again

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    Rain music

    Good book. I really enjoy reading a Dl Morrissey book, she takes you on a complete journey. You think you are there

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