Journalist India Kane's trip to the Australian outback takes a horrifying turn when she arrives in the town of Cooinda to find that her best friend Lauren is missing.
Seemingly no one knows what has happened to her, but it's not long befor ...more
I picked this up to read a couple of chapters in the bath. Then I found myself halfway through and the bath water was cold. I think that means that I'm finding it a pretty captivating story so far.
India Kane's car breaks down in the outback when she's on her way to meet her best friend. She gets a ride into a small outback town and is almost immediately arrested for the murders of both her best friend and the man who picked her up on the road.
Carver seems like a good writer so far; both the se...more
In the present day, reporter India Kane travels to this outback area in Australia to meet her friend, Lauren, for a mini vacation. India's car breaks down in a desolute part of the desert and she gets a ride into town from Terence Dunn.
The next morning, while ...more
India Kane is taking a vacation from her journalism job in London to return to her childhood home of Australia. She is meeting a friend who has uncovered some of India’s long-lost relatives. Just as she arrives in the remote outback town in which she is to meet her friend, she is suddenly arrested for murder. What she uncovers while investigati ...more
Caroline Carver – 1st book
When journalist India Kane travels from Sydney to the outback town of Cooinda for a reunion with her friend, Lauren, she has no idea of the town's appalling history. Forty years earlier an entire aboriginal family had been massacred there. Picked up by an off-duty cop when her car dies en route, India arrives in Cooinda to find that Lauren has disappeared. The next day Lauren's body-and the cop who helped India-are found murdered. India, the last perso ...more
This is in the mystery, suspense area. She does a good job with the characters and the plot.
The plot is very comples for a first book and she is able to handle it well.
A good read.
J. Robert Ewbank author "John Wesley, Natural Man, and the 'Isms'"