Return to Eternity, book three of the Dreamtime Mysteries trilogy, is a time circle of events, where Rex Graham, part-Aboriginal anthropology student, continues his journey of discovery into his lost past. His grandmother, Granelda Booran Bancroft was caretaker of both sides of his maternal history. Native Companions and Along the Waterways encompassed the pre- European history of the Booran tribe whose territory was at Yaraan Grove, powerful stories that contributed to his doctorate thesis.
His final research requires research into Aboriginal communities and their integration into European society. Rex procrastinates over completing the research, due a gap in his own people’s history. When he discovers old family records stored in his deceased grandmother’s archives, the student is inspired by the missing link to his grandfather’s history.
Rex and his girlfriend become an item, and Psychologist, Dr Audrey Murphey produces her own fascinating history that was interlinked within the passages of their distant ancestry. Between the two young academics, solutions unfold for many unresolved Dreamtime Mysteries.