ISBN 978-0-6480268-2-2

The Girl in the Garden

Wendy’s friend, Kate, didn’t choose to be an only child, but she did choose a loyal group of friends who go a long way to fill that void.

Now raising their own children, the sisterhood that exists between these women still helps each of them to navigate their way through life and forge out their path. A girls’ weekend away will see events un-fold that take Kate on a journey to ultimately reveal the foundations of not only her own existence within a fragile family, but also the identity of the girl in the garden.

About the Author

Elizabeth McGeorge lives in Sydney, Australia, with her husband, three children, two dogs and two chooks (at last count).
Fascinated by family history and Australian arts, culture and idioms, her interest in writing has taken many forms. With a collection of poems and song lyrics under her belt, involving collaborations with Joubert Singers and Australian composers Matthew Orlovich and John Martin for Where the Waters Meet (celebrating Hunters Hill’s 150th year celebrations), and Where the Colours Never Fade (for Ryde’s annual cultural diversity festival).The Girl in the Garden is Elizabeth’s first novel.