An intriguing, understated and beautiful narrative, this is the story of a Buddhist monk, who has to travel to a remote fishing village on a task of love and duty, and a young woman who is also returning to the village of her birth.
Marele Day is the award-winning author of internationally acclaimed Lambs of God as well as Mrs Cook: The Real and Imagined Life of the Captain's Wife. She has travelled extensively, lived in Italy, France and Ireland, and survived near shipwreck in the Java Sea. Earlier works include the Claudia Valentine mystery series - The Life and Crimes of Harry Lavender, The Case of the Chinese Boxes, The Last Tango of Delores Delgado and The Disappearances of Madelana Grimaldi. She is the editor of How to Write Crime and co-editor of Making Waves: 10 years of the Byron Bay Writers Festival. Marele lives in northern New South Wales.
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