The Nowhere Girl

Half-French Cass is recovering from glandular fever, and the shock of a near-fatal car acciden in which her boyfriend was involved. As a holiday job, she goes to stay with her great aunt and uncle, working part time on their stud farm.

Publishing history
Adlib, London, 1997, 191 pp.
Scholastic, 1999, cover Anne Magill, 191 pp.

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Half-French Cass is recovering from glandular fever, and the shock of a near-fatal car accident in which her boyfriend was involved. As a holiday job, she goes to stay with her great aunt and uncle, working part time on their stud farm. As well as learning to cope with the horses, starting from a position as absolute beginner, Cass has to come to terms with her feelings for Pascal, and the reality of her family’s involvement in World War II.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Linda Newbery