Michelle Montebello | The Quarantine Station
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The Quarantine Station

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TITLE INFORMATION

Genre: Historical Fiction

Release Date: 6th March 2019

Information: Standalone read

The Quarantine Station

1918: When Londoner, Rose Porter, arrives on the shores of Sydney with little more than her suitcase, she is forced to take a job as a parlourmaid at the mysterious North Head Quarantine Station. It’s a place of turmoil, segregated classes and strict rules concerning employee fraternisation.

 

But as Rose soon learns, some rules were made to be broken.

 

2019: Over a century later, Emma Wilcott lives a secluded life in Sydney. Still reeling from a devastating loss, her one-hundred-year-old grandmother, Gwendoline, is all she has left. Suffering the early stages of dementia, Gwendoline’s long-term memories take her wandering at night and Emma realises she is searching for something or someone from her past.

 

Emma’s investigation leads her to the Quarantine Station where she meets Matt, the station carpenter, and together they begin to unravel a mystery so compelling it has the power to change lives, the power to change everything Emma ever knew about herself.

 

Set during the First World War and the height of the Spanish Influenza pandemic, The Quarantine Station is a captivating story of people who will love, no matter the cost.