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1 1 Temple of the Woods Beryl Gray , 1944 single work novel 'Invalided out of the R.A.F., Geoffrey Curtis decided to take his Australian-born wife to his native Canada, but on the passage over he became ill and died suddenly, leaving Madeleine to land alone in a country of which she knew nothing. Her first thought was to return, but she resolved first to visit her husband’s cousin, Stephen Curtis, who, with his wife Lorna, had befriended Geoffrey when he had been a small boy. The Curtis family lived at Three Forks, a remote village in the British Columbia timber country. On the long railway journey across, Madeleine met one of the family, young Dick, a sailor of the merchant navy, discharged because of an injured leg. Dick made a very poor impression, and Madeleine’s doubts were increased by remarks passed by Dan Stuart, a forest ranger, who bluntly advised her to keep clear of Three Forks. He told her that Lorna Curtis had left her husband years before, and that the children had been badly brought up by their father, a man of rather odd disposition. Madeleine was not to be turned aside, although her spirits sank when, with Dick, she reached Three Forks to find the once-magnificent Curtis home almost in ruins through neglect. Still, the fourteen-year-old twins, Audrey and Doreen, and their younger brother, Gerald, seemed pleased enough to see her, although she was still uncertain about their father’s attitude.' (Publisher’s abstract)
1 Men of Australia! : A Story Inspired by the R.A.A.F. in Canada Beryl Gray , 1941 single work short story
— Appears in: The Australian Journal , 1 March vol. 77 no. 900 1941; (p. 237, 260-267)
1 The Last Lamp Beryl Gray , 1938 single work short story
— Appears in: The Australian Journal , 1 September vol. 74 no. 870 1938; (p. 1238-1243)
1 Rachael's Christmas Party Beryl Gray , 1938 single work short story
— Appears in: The Australian Journal , 1 January vol. 74 no. 862 1938; (p. 30-37)
1 April Moon Beryl Gray , V. Tremewen , 1937 single work short story
— Appears in: The Australian Journal , 1 September vol. 73 no. 858 1937; (p. 1215-1221)
1 Celia's June Beryl Gray , 1937 single work short story
— Appears in: The Australian Journal , 1 July vol. 73 no. 856 1937; (p. 942-949)
1 Mary Sylvia - One Day... Beryl Gray , L. Gladstone McPherson (illustrator), 1937 single work short story romance
— Appears in: The Australian Journal , 1 May vol. 73 no. 854 1937; (p. 588-595)
1 Challenge Beryl Gray , 'Dalgarno' , 1937 single work short story
— Appears in: The Australian Journal , 1 April vol. 73 no. 853 1937; (p. 456-461)
1 Twenty-First Birthday Beryl Gray , 1937 single work short story
— Appears in: The Australian Journal , 1 March vol. 73 no. 852 1937; (p. 284-287,338-343)
1 The Train Jumper Beryl Gray , 1937 single work short story
— Appears in: The Australian Journal , 1 February vol. 73 no. 851 1937; (p. 228-233)
1 The Young Conspirators Beryl Gray , 1936 single work short story romance
— Appears in: The Australian Journal , 1 November vol. 72 no. 848 1936; (p. 1504-1511)
1 The Return Beryl Gray , 1936 single work short story romance
— Appears in: The Australian Journal , 1 July vol. 72 no. 844 1936; (p. 912-917, 935)
1 Twenty-five Years - For This! Beryl Gray , L. Gladstone McPherson (illustrator), 1936 single work short story
— Appears in: The Australian Journal , 1 June vol. 72 no. 843 1936; (p. 775-780)
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