Linda Dowling grew up in the Western suburbs of Sydney, Australia. During her childhood, she spent most of her time in rural areas and has continued to enjoy life in the bush or in areas with natural surrounds. Her aunt, a wonderful horsewoman, lived in Carinda, New South Wales and taught her a great deal about horses, riding and the outback. It was during her vacations with her aunt that Linda herself fell in love with the vast outback plains and the Aboriginal culture, their stories and their unique but simple way of living. Linda has a natural affinity with Indigenous peoples and was the only white girl selected to play for the Papua New Guinea softball teams at the Pan Pacific Masters. In her professional life, Linda has established and managed four medico-legal firms, including her own. During the course of her career, she has been involved in reporting on coronal matters and inquests. She has also worked with the NSW Police State Crime Command Centre and in various Royal Commissions where she was exposed to the worst of human nature. Linda has drawn upon her professional and personal experiences while writing her Red Dust novel series, but the stories are a work of fiction and do not depict any person, living or dead. Dr Juliette Lachemeier is the managing director of The Erudite Pen, an Australian editing and indie publishing business.
'Hooked! A book hard to keep down. Like the Aboriginal influence. Stories, healing, love and acceptance. Looking forward to the next book.' Kindle review, Amshorty'Amazing author! Fabulous read! Congratulations.' Dayle Ebsworth'Linda is an insightful and intelligent woman who has strong spiritual connections with our country and it's people. Through her written words and also her art we are fortunate to be able to share her spirit and stories.' Lynley Calnan'Fantastic read. Can't wait for the next book in the series.' Kathleen'A compelling read. Prepare to laugh and cry This book will truely evoke a powerhouse of emotions. Steeped in culture perserverance and the unbreakable spirit of a young girl in 1960's Australia.' Mary