Morgan’s Run by Colleen McCullough

Morgan’s Run by Colleen McCullough: Morgan’s Run by Colleen McCullough is the thrilling and sensational novel. The author in the novel covers the very human nature and the keen desire bent on crimes and the gribbles in the sins and the crimes. The world of crimes has its own rules and principals. These rules and principles sometimes take very serious and dangerous turns. Morgan’s Run by Colleen McCullough is the beautiful combination of love and adventure.

The criminals have very cunning minds and schemes to frightened the common people and to attract the attention of the public as well as the media. The nature of the crimes is difficult to assess and to predict. Which turn it takes is not easy to understand. Well trained and well planned minds can detect the origin of the crimes and the activities of the criminals. Morgan’s Run by Colleen McCullough is here before you to go through the new masterpiece of love based action novel.

Colleen McCullough returns to Australia, this time with the story of its genesis, in a novel of sweeping narrative force unparalleled since her own beloved international smash The Thorn Birds.

Richard Morgan, son of a Bristol tavern keeper, loyal husband and loving father, sober and diligent carpenter, is at the heart of her new story. By the whims of fate and the vagaries of the 18th-century English judicial system, he is consigned as a convict to the famous “First Fleet,” which set sail in May 1787 with 582 male and 193 female felons sentenced to transportation as an experiment in penology for the continent that Captain Cook had discovered only a few years before.

Morgan’s Run by Colleen McCullough

Colleen McCullough has created a hero that no reader will ever forget by making Richard Morgan the principal protagonist of her work; she has produced not just a magnificent adventure and a strong love story, but also a book that blends aspects of Tom Jones and Mutiny on the Bounty.

Morgan’s Run is magnificent fiction, full of drama, emotion, history, love, and hatred, full-blooded and completely captivating, a remarkable work that is rich entertainment – and a revelation.

Morgan’s Run by Colleen McCullough

The word “epic” is overused, yet no other word can describe one of the most arduous and momentous trips in human history, or the bravery of the prisoners whose miseries had not finished but had only just begun when they set foot on Australian land at Botany Bay on January 19th, 1788.

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Richard Morgan stood out among the inmates not just for his strength and calm determination to not be bullied, but also for his knowledge, fair-mindedness, common sense, and eagerness to aid others.
To these characteristics must be added an innate dignity that hinted, even under the most dreadful circumstances, at a life marked by catastrophes that would have ruined most men.

If you’re looking for an authentic legal thriller with plenty of twists and turns, Morgan’s Run by Colleen McCullough is for you.

Colleen McCullough has developed one of her most engaging characters in Richard Morgan.
We view the story’s two worlds via Morgan’s eyes: 18th-century Bristol, where Morgan was born and expected to spend out his life, and that of a condemned criminal sent to establish a hostile new planet.

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Richard Morgan is a happy man at the start of the novel, happily married with a child he adores.
Then, piece by piece, his idyll dissolves until he finds himself drawn into a dubious connection with a beautiful young lady, whose dissolute protector wants vengeance on Morgan in order to save his own skin. He goes through the agonies of grief and financial loss, confinement in jail and aboard the legendary “hulks,” and the horrors of the trips to Botany Bay and Norfolk Island, where he discovers a new love and a new life against all odds.

About the Writer:

Colleen McCullough was born in Australia. A neuropathologist, she established the department of neurophysiology at the Royal North Shore Hospital in Sydney before working as a researcher and teacher at Yale Medical School for ten years. Her writing career began with the publication of Tim, followed by The Thorn Birds, a record-breaking international bestseller. She lives on Norfolk Island in the South Pacific with her husband, Ric Robinson.

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