The heart-warming new novel by the bestselling author of The Kookaburra Creek Cafe and The Wattle Island Book Club
Single mother Sarah is guilt-ridden when an accident leaves her young daughter Melody seriously injured and their once music-filled lives silent. When she discovers her grandmother Rosalie's war correspondence, she thinks she might have found a way to save her family, but it will require a leap of faith ...
In 1945 Rosalie is desperate to forge a career as a journalist, and taking photos for soldiers serving in the war might just lead to the job of her dreams. But when two brothers she's been corresponding with come home to Redgum River, her life is turned upside down, and she flees, vowing to never return.
Decades on, the hope that a music retreat can help Melody lures the three generations of women to Redgum River, where Sarah draws together the threads of Rosalie's past. A heartbreaking family mystery comes to light, and they discover that the ghosts of the past can lead them to their future, and they might all be more in tune than they first thought.
Welcome to the Redgum River Retreat, where harmony is found when hope is lost.
'Uplifting, hopeful and heart-wrenching, Docker adds another stellar novel to her repertoire... Perfect for a weekend read, this story will have you crying, smiling and ultimately feeling optimistic.' Better Reading