Nicole Alexander’s eighth novel, An Uncommon Woman is about a determined and ambitious girl who defies the conventions of her time. Alexander in good company because the idea of an independent woman living and making her own way in a man’s world is not a new one. Authors like Pamela Hart and Natasha Lester have explored this theme with characters living in the city. Tricia Stringer also had an entire trilogy about Australian pastoralists with a couple of female characters that fit this role.
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