A terrifying journey into the heart of one of the wildest places on earth Award-winning thriller writer Caroline Carver's follow-up to Blood Junction.

Georgia Parish never regretted leaving Nulgarra, Far Northern Queensland, to pursue her career. She didn't miss the oppressive heat, the wet, the bugs, the deadly wilderness. But after a plane crash she finds herself back there, struggling to comprehend a sinister fact - the plane was sabotaged. Was it someone hoping to kill Ronnie Chen, the man who never turned up to take the flight? Or is it to do with the two other passengers, heroic Lee Denham, and his frightened companion, Suzie? After all, nobody could have a reason to want Georgia dead... Georgia's search for the truth plunges her into a harsh and unforgiving landscape, across oceans and into crocodile-infested swamps. There, unable to trust anyone, she discovers just how much is at stake - not least her own life...

Author

Caroline Carver

Caroline Carver was born in the UK and at the age of twenty-two came to Australia for a holiday and ended up staying ten years. Caroline Carver was born in the UK. At 22 she cane to Australia for a holiday and stayed for 10 years, working in publishing and travelling. In 1992 she took part in the London to Saigon Car Rally, where she and her co-driver were the only all-female crew on a 63-day, 12,500 mile journey. In 1993, she fell into freelance writing and since then has worked while writing and travelling. In 1998, she completed the London to Cape Town Car Rally, once again the only all-female crew. She blames her love of adventure on her parents: her mother set the land speed record in Australia and her father was a jet fighter pilot. Caroline lives in a cottage near Bath with her dog.

Now writing as C.J. Carver

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Series: India Kane

Book Number:
3
2003
Book Number:
2
2006
Book Number:
1
2001
ISBN
9780752859170
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3

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