Novel set in New York State
1950s Australia and the conservative starch is stiffening the fabric of society.
Michael Keogh, son of a federal cabinet minister, feels out of place and time. His father wants to be seen in a good light, and Michael is part of his political and social ambitions.
Increasingly isolated from those around him, Michael seeks refuge in the beauty and bush of Sydney harbour.
Into his lonely world comes Virginia Smythe, a girl who teaches him that there is more to life than is apparent and that friendship can grow from the most chance of meetings.
Harbour Glimpses is the story of a year when life looked as if it could and did change irrevocably.
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