Book: Millie and the Bushranger by Raymond Boyd Dunncategories: Book, Australian Bush, Bushrangers, Romantic Dreams, Bush Life, Tragedy, Historical Fiction
Raymond Boyd Dunnabout this book: Millie and the Bushranger is a short story of 15,625 words. Whilst it is of the same genre as my other historical novels and short stories, it is a departure from the norm, in that I have not tried to tie it in with the trilogy, as I have with the others.
It is the story of a lonely girl living in the bush, far from town and people of her own age. She lives her life in dreams conceived from the heroes and heroines described in the romance novels she devours so avidly. The story revolves around the interaction between her and a bushranger. I have not located it in any particular part of the country as I have with my other stories.
This is the most recent book of the twelve I have written, and is a return to the historical genre, after flirting with crime and nostalgia. I designed a simple cover depicting the main characters of the story - Millie and the Bushranger.
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