Stone Of Heaven And Earth is an epic tale of love and tragic loss, extravagant expatriate lifestyles, intense danger, heroic acts, and the hideous effects of a cruel and barbaric civil war. Based on author Noelle Clark’s true family history, this work of fiction spans the years 1914 to 1929. A complex and volatile political scene during and after World War 1 forms the backdrop to the intimate story of two intrepid couples, foreigners who embarked on the adventure of a lifetime and made their home in China.
Noelle Clark is best known for her Robinhill Farm series of romance novels set in Ireland, as well as the titles Let Angels Fly and Rosamanti. Her novel Buckley's Chance was a best-seller in the Bindarra Creek series of Australian rural romances.