It is March 1887, the first part of the story begins with newly weds Elizabeth and Gordon Tregowarth’s start to married life on a high country sheep station in Central Otago NZ. Elizabeth keeps diaries of her experiences describing the trials, triumphs and tribulations they endure. After 5 years the diary excerpts suddenly stop at a point where Elizabeth is close to death. Her husband is dead, she is snowbound and out of food.
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The story then jumps 100 years to March 1987 on the same high country station and picks up on the lives of the current owners of Duffield Station. A tragedy forces a change of ownership and creates a series of events which helps to bring about the solving of the mystery surrounding Elizabeth’s death. This brings the reader full circle and adds closure to the beginning of the story that began 100 years earlier.
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