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Issue Details: First known date: 1992... 1992 Woman at Willagong Creek
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Born and bred in the outback! A hard man, a typical outback man--that was Guy Richardson. And he had no intention of letting David, his cousin's orphaned son, be uprooted and dragged off to some strange country. Olivia Bridewell might have been David's legal guardian, but Guy was family. Olivia couldn't understand it. Guy was a bachelor and the new owner of a vast, ramshackle property in the middle of nowhere. Why wasn't he relieved to get rid of the responsibility of a small boy? But David needed Guy--and his life at Willagong Creek. He also needed a mother. Could a marriage of convenience be the answer? (Blurb)

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Alternative title: Sungnyowa K'auboi
Language: Korean
    • Seoul,
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      South Korea,
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      Korea, East Asia, South and East Asia, Asia,
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      Sinyong Midio ,
      1994 .
      Extent: 200p.
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  • Australian Outback, Central Australia,
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