The Naturalist’s Daughter reviewed by Marie

Tea Cooper, a multi skilled author, has written a book of historical fiction, set in Australia when the Mitchell Library was being established, and in England in the early nineteenth century when cars were a modern invention.

There are two main characters-Rose, the naturalist’s daughter and Tamsin, the librarian. Platypus are the link between the two. A charming story, almost too good to be true.


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