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by Jane Harper
“People can react badly when they don’t know how to react to something. That’s true for everyone but men in particular can very quickly find themselves in places they don’t want to be. I’m talking aggression, I’m talking family problems, heavy drinking, drugs, sex stuff.. and a guy like you? in a situation like this? You are a prime candidate for that, my friend.”
A small coastal town in Tasmania… a sudden, perfect storm… a couple of irresponsible youngsters… two lives lost…
Kieran Elliott’s life changed forever on a single day when a reckless mistake led to devastating consequences. The guilt that still haunts him resurfaces dramatically during a visit to his struggling parents in the small coastal community he once called home. “The note of accusation was faint, but it came through on a frequency to which Keiran was highly attuned”
When a body is discovered on the beach, long-held secrets threaten to emerge. A sunken wreck… a missing girl… questions that have never washed away… This is the first Jane Harper I’ve read and I found it utterly gripping.
As always, Harper skillfully evokes the landscape as she weaves a complicated, elegant web, full of long-buried secrets ready to come to light. – The New York Times
It’s now clear Harper has a gift…every book has a distinct landscape that plays a central part in the plot made possible by her uncanny knack of bringing scenery to life. – Daily Telegraph
Jane Harper creates an impressive landscape that serves to illustrate how the experience of place inevitably shapes the lives of those who live there. – Sydney Morning Herald