Melissa Wray – The Ruby Locket

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About The Ruby Locket

When Saxon finds a girl with no memory on the outskirts of the Nevertyre community, his family take her in and nurse her back to health. He is wary of this stranger but compelled to learn more about her. He soon realises the danger they all face.

When Kerina wakes she must fight to make sense of her situation, but she is haunted by images of her past. She is the key to the future, she just doesn’t know it yet.

To find answers, Kerina and Saxon must work together. They set off on a quest of self-discovery. Along the way they meet allies and enemies, and uncover truths too difficult to accept. Both must leave the past behind and find a way toward their future.

Kerina and Saxon. Two different stories. Two separate lives. One connected future.

About Melissa Wray

Melissa Wray lives on the Bellarine Peninsula with her husband and two children. As a teacher Melissa is passionate about education, in particular literacy, and believes the ability to read and write gives power to change.Her debut young adult novel Destiny Road was released in 2012 and she was selected for The Maurice Saxby Writers Mentorship program in 2015. Her work has won honourable mentions and features in several anthologies. She completed a Master of Education in 2017 while researching Picture Story Book use in the classroom.Melissa blogs regularly at melissawray dot blogspot dot com

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Published by Kids With 47 Years

Kids With 47 Years is a campaigning organisation seeking to open up parole rights to prisoners in Mississippi

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