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By Gordon Reid - ISBN: 9781922594624

RRP: $32.95

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Gordon was born in Swan Hill Victoria but his childhood town was Balranald on the Murrumbidgee river. He moved to Sydney first as a young man and then settled back in the riverina area of the rural Australian town of Junee, north of Wagga Wagga in New South Wales. He studied and worked as a journalist and he had a flair for words and a love of great books as he explored life and experiences to share with readers. His first novel, Against the Grain, was published with positive support in 1967 and his passion for his writing only grew form there... Gordon is now a retired historian writing fiction.


By Gordon Reid - ISBN: 9781922594624

RRP: $32.95

Anastacia Babchuk is not the kind of friend you would want to have. She kills people she does not like... And another thing, never call her Chook.

Harry Becker has fled to Wagga Wagga, in the heart of the Riverina, and bought a small farm, married a local mother of two and has set about building his idea of a rural paradise….

Until a man from the past turns up, and on the run from the Mafia…then a creep, known only as the Kid, arrives to make sure things go from bad to worse with ease.

And he is intent on killing Becker until Anastacia steps in to persuade him otherwise...

She is a cop from Canberra and out for her own type of revenge. The Kid killed her partner while trying to protect Evelyn Crowley. 

Amongst the chaos, retribution will be found, and scores settled. 

For Becker, the safety of his family is paramount. 

Amidst the mayhem, he knows an unimagined ending will come. 

And after all the blood washes away…maybe all returns to normal in paradise…Or does it?

“Great sequel to Evelyn Crowley by a talented author… Hard to put down, edge of the seat thriller…  Awesome..!” William, Indie Book reviewer

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