Golden Fiddles

Golden Fiddles by Mary Grant BruceGolden Fiddles

Written in the great depression, this is a cheerful and amusing book about a struggling Gippsland family who are suddenly left a fortune.

They move to Melbourne and have a wild spending spree, but after two years they decide that money is not everything, and they buy a large estate in the country.

This book was successfully adapted by the South Australian Film Corporation as a television mini-series in 1991, details of which can be seen here.

 

This book is under copyright owned by the Mary Grant Bruce Family Trust.

First Published in: 1928
First Publisher: Ward, Lock & Co. Limited
Places First Published: London and Melbourne

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