Posie Graeme-Evans is best known to Australians as the creator and producer of the hit series, McLeod’s Daughters.
However, when it comes to writing, Graeme-Evans has a penchant for historical rather than contemporary drama and in The Island House she has created both an archeological puzzle and a love story that spans centuries.
A snippet from Meredith Jaffe’s review:
By 800AD, the island of Findnar is home to a small Christian community of nuns and monks trying to set up a religious centre.
Before them, the local Picts visited the island to source valuable foods and built a circle of stones where they worshipped ...