Weeping Waters
By Anne Maria Nicholson
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On Christmas Eve 1953, shortly after 10pm a lahar (torrent of water) gushed out of the crater of Mount Ruapehu and swept down the valley, fatally weakening a railway bridge,
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Weeping Waters
1 May 2010
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General & Literary Fiction

Author Biography

Anne Maria Nicholson is a senior journalist with the ABC in Australia, where she is a national media figure, covering high-end arts stories and news and current affairs. She has employed her reporting skills to inject an authentic flavour into this compelling story. New Zealand born, this is her second book, a sequel to the bestselling novel about the Tangiwai disaster, Weeping Waters.