Books by Caroline Brothers

THE MEMORY STONES by Caroline Brothers
Released: Oct. 25, 2016

"Australian native Brothers' epic about an Argentine family torn apart by the 1976 military coup is enjoyable as it goes but lacks the creative spark or sense of risk to stand apart."
After 19-year-old Graciela Ferrero and her fiance are "disappeared" by Argentina's military junta in the summer of 1976 during a coup, her parents, Osvaldo and Yolanda, devote their lives to finding her—or, failing that, the baby with whom they learn she was pregnant. Read full book review >
HINTERLAND by Caroline Brothers
Released: April 1, 2012

"A debut that personalizes a humanitarian crisis but fails to fully penetrate others' lives as does, say, Uncle Tom's Cabin. "
School in England is the dream motivating two Afghan boys on their dangerous trek across Europe. Read full book review >