The Butterfly Collector

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Price
$18.99  $17.66
Publisher
Harper Muse
Publish Date
Pages
400
Dimensions
5.4 X 8.3 X 1.0 inches | 0.66 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781400245178

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About the Author

Tea Cooper is an established Australian author of historical fiction. In a past life she was a teacher, a journalist, and a farmer. These days she haunts museums and indulges her passion for storytelling. She is the internationally bestselling author of several novels, including The Naturalist's Daughter; the USA TODAY bestselling The Woman in the Green Dress; The Girl in the Painting, The Cartographer's Secret, winner of the prestigious Daphne du Maurier Award; and The Fossil Hunter.

Reviews
An enthralling, unforgettable story of heartbreak and hope, featuring equally compelling dual timelines, dynamic heroines, and a twisty mystery spanning generations. Tea Cooper's latest historical stunner is not to be missed.--Lee Kelly and Jennifer Thorne, authors of The Antiquity Affair
Delightful and intriguing, this gentle story of love, loss, and betrayal set in Australia's Hunter Valley is based on real events and characters, including a major discovery.--Rhys Bowen, bestselling author of The Venice Sketchbook
Cooper skillfully brings these settings to life. Verity flies around Sydney on her bicycle, trying to make a place for herself in a man's world. Clarrie and Sid struggle in Morpeth, living where they work, trying to be a family when their salaries aren't enough to support a single person. Through the excursions of Theodora and Redmond, the author brings to life the natural environment of the eastern coast of Australia: the birds, water, plants, and strange arrival of the Monarch butterfly . . . The several plot threads keep your attention and weave together into an exciting conclusion.--Historical Novel Society
The immersive latest from Cooper (The Fossil Hunter) interweaves two historical narratives linked by butterflies and family bonds . . . Cooper melds fictional lives, scientific history, and social issues into a compassionate story. This will please fans of historicals with smart women protagonists.--Publishers Weekly