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Into the Fog

(Georgie Harvey & John Franklin #3)

4.40  ·  Rating details ·  30 ratings  ·  14 reviews
How could police lose three children?

Three missing children.
A wild storm.
A long way from home.

Melbourne journalist Georgie Harvey is on hand when three children disappear from a police-run camp in the Dandenong Ranges.

When Daylesford cop John Franklin hears the news, he is on secondment 200 kilometres away. Feeling responsible for the local kids, he abandons his post to
Paperback, 352 pages
Published August 17th 2018 by Taut Press
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A camp run by police, filled with troubled children who were being given a special few days the Dandenong Ranges in country Victoria; bitterly cold; violent thunderstorms with driving rain and lightning cracking overhead. It couldnt get more terrifying than that but yes, it could. Twelve-year-old Hannah and her two younger brothers, Riley and Cooper had gone missing on the first afternoon of the camp, just as the storm was settling in

Journalist Georgie Harvey was with the group at the camp, as
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This is the third book in this Harvey and Franklin (Crime/Mystery) series by award winning Australian author Sandi Wallace, and what a great follow on.

Three young children in the charge of off duty police and other professional volunteers have vanished on day one of their holiday.
The weather has suddenly turned from bad to atrocious making for hazardous searching conditions...
And....there are no obvious clues or motives.
In icy cold and rapidly worsening stormy conditions with blinding rain and
When policeman John Franklin and his colleagues organised a holiday camp for a group of troubled kids in Victoria's Dandenong ranges, they had no idea the weather would be so bad with a massive storm arriving on their first day. As if having to entertain a bunch of bored kids indoors isn't bad enough, they discover to their horror that three children, teenager Hannah and her two younger brothers have gone missing. Surrounded by the dense bushland and forest, whether they have run away or been ...more
In the space of three installments, Sandi Wallace has developed into a must-read author for fans of crime with romantic elements. Her gift for telling accessible and relatable on the edge of your seat stories is what keeps her loyal fans coming back for more. Once again we have senior constable John Franklin and his journalist girlfriend Georgie Harvey in what is their best outing yet.

Set in the picturesque Dandenong Ranges, Georgie is helping at a camp for troubled kids when the unthinkable
May 26, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Into The Fog is the third (and so far best) book in the rural crime series which features Georgie Harvey and John Franklin, by award-winning Australian author, Sandi Wallace. While Senior Constable John Franklin is stuck in Ballarat doing some deadly-boring covert surveillance as part of his Detective training, his girlfriend, journalist Georgie Harvey is part of the team supervising a five-day camp for troubled Daylesford kids at Mount Dandenong. This is not quite as planned, but they are a ...more
Nov 04, 2018 rated it really liked it
Anybody who has spent any time in the Dandenong Ranges will know all about the pea-souper fogs that often accompany rain storms of almost biblical proportions. Add to that the dense, heavy canopy and undergrowth of the Mountain Ash rainforest up there and you're hard pressed to see your own feet on occasions, let alone find 3 missing kids who have disappeared from a police-run camp high up in the Hills.

INTO THE FOG is the third Georgie Harvey, John Franklin mystery from Dandenong-ranges based
I loved Dead Again, book 2 in the Georgie Harvey and John Franklin series so I was straight down the library to order book 3, Into the Fog. I think this series just gets better and better and I found myself not wanting to put this novel down despite having to work the following day.

I was totally absorbed in the disappearance of three children whilst on a camp in Mount Dandenong which has been organised by Franklin and his colleagues from the Dalesford Police Department. Looking after the group
Kerri Jones
Dec 02, 2018 rated it it was amazing
A thrilling conclusion (although there could be more coming) to this series. The crime was well plotted and written and kept you guessing right until the end. I also enjoyed the character development and look forward to seeing where the author takes this couple.
Sharah McConville
'Into The Fog' is book #3 in the Georgie Harvey and John Franklin series. This fast-paced, thrilling, rural crime novel about missing children gave me goosebumps! I'm looking forward to starting this series from the beginning. Thanks to the author, Sandi Wallace, for my paperback copy.
Ellen Morgan
Sep 08, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Another great read. Hard to put it down once you start.
Mary O'Riordan
Mar 17, 2020 rated it it was amazing
This is the 3rd book in Sandi Wallace's excellent Georgie Harvey and John Franklin series. It was totally gripping, I couldn't put it down. Love the Australian setting so descriptive, you could actually see all those well described places. I highly recommend this series and book.
Cel Jel
Jan 11, 2019 rated it really liked it
How do you as a policeman cope with the fact that three children go missing from a camp that you are running. Do you follow protocol, or do you act as a maverick? This book had many layers to the story, which were well woven together. A romance between a policeman and a journalist, the clever red herrings, the way in which the police investigations were described all kept the book moving and the reader wanting to find out where the children were.
Set in the Dandenongs outside Melbourne, on a
Heather M
Oct 18, 2018 rated it it was amazing
A thriller of a story building to a nail-biting climax. Into the Fog is a very enjoyable addition to Sandi Wallace's rural crime series and her best book yet.
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Sandi Wallaces crime-writing apprenticeship comprised devouring as many crime stories as possible, developing her interest in policing, and working stints as banker, paralegal, cabinetmaker, office manager, executive assistant, personal trainer and journalist. She has won a host of prizes for her short crime fiction including several Scarlet Stiletto Awards and her debut novel Tell Me Why won the ...more

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