Whiteway's novella, Juliet - The Hatmaker's Loves ... captured
my interest and involvement in the first sentence. I was
instantly in her 'place'. Rivetting! Diana Whaley,
Broadcaster, Writer & Editor
is a charming and in some ways sad book but the happy ending
makes up for it. I enjoyed it thoroughly. It was hard to put
down. Well-written and edited. Hard not to give it five stars.
Janice Shrimpton, HK
Hatmaker's Loves … a tale of tough men, tougher women, isolation and cruelty.
Born prematurely in the untamed Victorian bush, a tiny infant hovers between life and death, too weak to suckle from her
Her grandmother invents a way to feed her. With patience and a determination, Juliet survives. Raped and pregnant at fifteen, and knowing
nothing of the facts of life, she is trapped in a world of ignorance. She loses her direction, and sinks into depression when her daughter is taken
Married off to a widower in a loveless and
undesirable match, after three children she avoids her
husband’s bed by making hats.
Only in middle-age does she finds her true self in a way she could never have dreamed.
Second Edition March 2015
RELEASED JULY 2015
release June 2015
ISBN 978 1500660376
Format:127 x 203 mm
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