The Redeemed

By Laurence de B. Anderson

Historical fiction, Romance | Paperback, eBook


In the turbulent Australian colonies of 1863, a major gold robbery from Chinese miners sets a cast of colourful characters in conflict with each other. The story of how a battered woman named Sarah Kelly has to choose between a disgraced priest and an injured convict showcases a poignant personal story against the epic sweep of 19th century history.



Laurence de B Anderson was born in Africa and schooled in Africa and the US. He is a well-known author and film maker. His first book - on child health and pregnancy - had two editions. The second - Looking good, a book on skin care and cosmetic surgery - continues to sell well. Of his three novels, two are set in the Australian goldfields of the 1860's (The Redeemed and Two Gangs) and the third (The Dolphins) is set in Tahiti: it is about a local boy who has to defeat an evil developer intent on wrecking the reef. He has also edited Dr John Gantry's book The Bear.


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Laurence de B Anderson was born in Africa and schooled in Africa and the US. He is a well-known author and film maker. His first book - on child health and pregnancy - had two editions. The second - Looking good, a book on skin care and cosmetic surgery - continues to sell well. Of his three novels, two are set in the Australian goldfields of the 1860's (The Redeemed and Two Gangs) and the third (...


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White Feather road trip!

15 February

Laurence de B. Anderson's latest film 'The White Feather' (2014) - about Australia's involvement in world war one - has been selected to go on a nation-wide road trip with the Veterans Film Festival! To view the film (23mins) go to youtube and type in 'white feather anderson' into the search bar.


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