Golden Urchin

Golden Urchin

Book - 1987
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Meg was a beautiful child of Irish descent and heir to a remarkable fortune. She was only two when she was kidnapped and abandoned in the Australian Outback . . . and raised by a kindly Aborigine tribe. As a young woman, she set out to find a rumored white tribe, and on the way, saved the life of a handsome Englishman who was dying in the desert.
Publisher: Garden City, N.Y. : Doubleday, 1987, c1986.
ISBN: 9780449213896
Characteristics: 330 p. ;,22 cm.


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Feb 11, 2011

Love, love, love Madeleine Brent. I have read all of her books multiple times. They do all have a similar format of a heroine raised in an unusual environment. Then she ends up back in England, but she ends up involved in a mystery. She uses her unusual upbringing to survive and solve the mystery.

In this book the heroine is an English girl raised by aborigines. She finds a rancher dying in the outback and helps him. He takes her back to his ranch where she lives with him and his wife. Much romance and mystery soon ensues.

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