Dear Fran, Love Dulcie: Life and Death in the Hills and Hollows of Bygone Australia
Compiled by VICTORIA TWEAD
☆ New York Times Bestselling Author
Available in Paperback, Hardback, Large Print and eBook editions.
When Dulcie Clarke picks up her fountain pen to write her first letter to her pen friend, Fran, she is unaware that their friendship will continue for decades. Both are newly-weds; Dulcie has a baby girl and Fran is expecting a baby. But there the similarities end.
Fran is a Detroit city girl enjoying modern conveniences. Dulcie is a pineapple farmer’s wife enduring the extremes of Australia. Bushfires, floods, cyclones, droughts, dingo attacks and accidents are all too common. Regardless, Dulcie’s optimism shines through, revealing her love of the land and fascination for the wild creatures that share her corner of Queensland.
Each book purchased will help support Careflight, an Australian aero-medical charity that attends emergencies, however remote.
“Shocking, yet heart-warming. Overwhelmingly gripping.” Beth Haslam, author of the Fat Dogs and French Estates series.
“Wow! Goosebumps.” Elizabeth Moore, author of the Someday Travels series and Top 1000 Amazon reviewer.
“A truly remarkable young woman and a unique record of Australian life.” Valerie Poore, author of Watery Ways.
“Once read, never forgotten.” Victoria Twead, New York Times bestselling author of the Old Fools series.
“There are no words that can do this book justice.” Julie Haigh, Goodreads Librarian and Top 500 Amazon reviewer.
Survival, bygone Australia, Queensland, farming, family life, family
All books by Victoria Twead. Click a book to see it on Amazon.
Books by Victoria
Chickens, Mules and Two Old Fools
Two Old Fools on a Camel (Three times New York Times Bestseller)
Two Old Fools Down Under (NEW)
One Young Fool in South Africa
How to Write a Bestselling Memoir
Morgan and the Martians: A funny play for kids
The Sixpenny Cross series
The Sixpenny Cross Collection, Books 1-3
D – Z works in progress
Connect with Victoria Twead
Email: TopHen@Victoria Twead.com
Blog: Old Fool’s Blog