BA Features The Perfect Wife by Katherine Scholes

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Introducing The Perfect Wife by Katherine Scholes


The Perfect Wife by Katherine ScholesKitty Hamilton arrives in Tanganyika with high hopes for her new life. An exciting adventure halfway across the world could be just what she and Theo need to recover from the scandal that almost tore them apart.

She is determined to play the role of the perfect wife, but her dreams soon begin to unravel. Theo is distracted with his important British government post, and while Kitty had imagined doing valuable work of her own, she finds that choosing the right frock to wear to the club is the biggest challenge of her day.

In this wild and foreign land, where very different powers prevail, the head can’t always rule the heart. As old wounds resurface and new passions ignite, Kitty and Theo confront emotions that push them beyond the boundaries of all that they know and believe.

The Perfect Wife is a breathtaking story about the struggle between duty and desire, jealousy and love, commitment and freedom – and the need to follow the call of your heart, wherever it may lead you…

Meet Katherine Scholes

Katherine was born in Tanzania, East Africa, the daughter of a missionary doctor and an artist. She has fond memories of travelling with her family on long safaris to remote areas where her father operated a clinic from his Land Rover. When she was ten, the family left Tanzania, going first to England and then settling in Tasmania.

As an adult, Katherine moved to Melbourne with her filmmaker husband. She worked there as a documentary producer for many years, alongside writing her first books. In 1998 the couple returned to live in Tasmania with their two sons.

Katherine is the author of international bestsellers The Rain Queen, Make Me an Idol, The Stone Angel, The Hunter’s Wife and The Lioness. Her novels have been translated into numerous languages. She is especially popular in Germany and France where she has sold over two million books.

She has published a young adult novel The Blue Chameleon as well as several children’s books including Peacetimes, The Boy and the Whale (Sam’s Wal), The Landing (Die Nacht der Vögel) and We the Earth. Most of these titles are now only available in translation.

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