Jaye Ford is a former journalist, who worked in print, radio and television for twelve years. She was Australia's first female presenter of a national sports show, hosting Sport Report on SBS in 1988-89. Later, she fronted evening news on regional television and ran her own public relations business.
Miranda shrank away from him, arm pressed to the driver's door. ‘What's your name?'‘I'm already dead.
That's my name now. That's what they called me. I'm Already Dead.'
Journalist Miranda Jack is finally attempting to move on from the death of her husband by relocating up the coast with her young daughter, Zoe. Then a single event changes everything.
On a Monday afternoon as she waits at traffic lights, a stranger jumps into her car and points a gun at her chest.
Forced to drive at high speed up the motorway, Miranda listens to the frantic, paranoid rants of Brendan Walsh, a man who claims he's being chased and that they're both now running for their lives.
Two hours later her ordeal is over in the most shocking fashion. Miranda is safe but she can't simply walk away – not without knowing the truth about that terrifying drive. As a journalist Miranda has always asked questions. But this time the questions are dangerous – and the answers might get her killed . . .