There’s someone in the Kimberley who shoots donkeys – well, he’s supposed to. There’s a town full of cattle ringers who can’t get a droving job between them. The local cattle baron has more land than he can walk around. There’s a pub, a publican, and not much else. Then the weathergirl comes to town.
In this book the images and characters are larger than life; the stories told around the campfires will enthral, the songs will have you singing along, and the bush scenes are so alive you can almost hear the country talking.