In A Question of Belonging, Ronnie Boltman is living her dream. It is 1978 and she is married with a young son and her first real home on the family farm in the north-east corner of South Africa. The war across the border has been raging for some years, but when Jan is killed when he drives into a landmine things change. Pressure mounts quickly. She has her child to think of, the danger to evaluate and she has to decide whether to stay or leave the home she loves?
Award-winning author Tangea Tansley was born in Zimbabwe and first moved to Australia as a teenager. Her background is in publishing, editing and lecturing in English literature.
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