The Cedar Tree

The Cedar Tree

Would you accompany your husband to a run down, sun scorched sheep and cattle station in outback Queensland to save your marriage?


Grace Campbell agrees to do just that, buoyed by the belief that isolation and rural peace will repair her marriage and provide a good life for her growing family.
 
But, as the ramshackle old homestead, shaded by an ancient Cedar Tree, unravels it’s secrets, Grace is swept up in the harsh beauty of the outback and it’s colourful characters. As if adjusting to a new and isolated lifestyle isn’t enough, the handsome new owner of Tullagulla shows up and Grace is thrown into turmoil.
 
Torn between the gentle stranger and her hot-headed husband, Grace is forced to confront her feelings and question her loyalties, while her love for Tullagulla further challenges her ability to make a life changing decision.
 
When tragedy strikes, will a century old ghost help her or destroy her?


"The Cedar Tree is a sweeping story of outback life and the every day struggles of life on the land. The characters are raw and relatable. I can't wait to read more in this series." Sarah Williams, Bestselling Author.

Similar in style to Barbara Hannay, Cathryn Hein, Sarah Williams, Fiona McArthur, Victoria Purman, Fiona Palmer and Tricia Stringer.

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    The Cedar Tree Reviews

  • Jenny

    The Cedar Tree is book one of the Tullagulla series by Heather Reyburn. When Peter Campbell lost his job at the mines, he accepts the position of manager at Tullagulla. Peter moves to Tullagulla with ...

  • Pat

    The good character and storyline development kept me totally glued to my kindle until the turn of the very last page!...

  • KL Cassanello

    Grace heads for the outback with her husband, Pete, and their young son, Daniel. Pete has some issues with his temper, and is sometimes abusive toward Grace, but she's hoping that his new job as a sta...

  • Heather W

    The Cedar Tree is the first book in the Tullagulla series and is a great start to this series.I really enjoyed this story and found it to be a great portrayal of a hard life in the outback. The descri...

  • Craig / Phil

    Thank you Heather for sending us a copy to read and review.A tree, especially an aged tree offers a magic and calm and often has a history. It will stand witness to generations of people and secrets t...

  • Jeanne Richardson

    This is the 1st book I've read written by Heather Reyburn; she has done a great job at writing a good book; I can’t wait to read more of her books.The story line caught my attention at the very begi...

  • Stephanie

    WOW what a wonderful book. Bring on book 2!...

  • Julia Reynolds

    ReviewA beautiful story thoroughly enjoyed it, I could through the writer invisage actually being there in person, chasing after the stock...

  • Linda Dreher

    A wonderful story of love, second chances, a little mental abuse and adventure. I loved this story and can't wait to read her next book....

  • Tania Boege

    Worth reading This is a wonderful story with great characters makes u want to move to the outback and live.. looking forward to reading the next book....