Sometimes, your heart knows the truth even before you do. The new page-turning family drama from one of Australia's most popular storytellers.
As she approaches thirty, dedicated nurse Ellie Sutton's life is how she wants it - well, almost. Her younger sister, Carrie, seems to have it all sorted though: a successful hair business, a devoted new boyfriend and a rosy future together. Even Ellie's brother, Bodhi, is settled with his petite, super-chill chef girlfriend, Ingrid. So why does Ellie suddenly give up her career and family for the red dust and toil of an outback cattle station? She's never run from anything before - it's new territory in more ways than one.
But Ellie can't run forever. And a family camping trip to Western Australia's beautiful Karijini country brings the three women together once again.
This trip won't be the dream camping holiday for any of them. But one way or another, it will show them the truth. The Wrong Sister is a heartfelt story about dreams, the importance of family and finding your true self.
Praise for the bestselling novels of Fiona Palmer:
'Delves deep into themes of secret affairs, hidden identities and untold truths' Who Weekly
'The Long Weekend delivers to readers the perfect chance to escape from their own lives, if just for a few hours' Books+Publishing
'Fiona Palmer is a writer who demonstrates great facility for storytelling, for swiftly moving a plot along. She writes relatable characters' Living Arts Canberra
Before becoming an author, Fiona Palmer was a speedway driver for seven years and now spends her days writing both women's and young adult fiction, working as a farmhand and caring for her two children in the tiny rural community of Pingaring, 350km from Perth. The books Fiona's passionate readers know and love contain engaging storylines, emotions and hearty characters. Her novels are consistently Top 10 national bestsellers.