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Set during the turbulent times of the Maori Wars, THE GREENSTONE DOOR is New Zealand's most famous historical novel.

The hatred between the Maoris and the Pakeha settlers; the bloodthirsty raids on enemy villages; the tragic romance between Cedric Tregarthen and Governor Grey's ward, Leonora; all are brought to life by the skillful pen of William Satchell.

In viewing the conflict between Maori and Pakeha from both sides, THE GREENSTONE DOOR was ahead of its time when it was first published in 1914. With its romance and adventure, its historical accuracy and and its insight into Maori-Pakeha relations, it is a New Zealand Classic in every sense.
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