Sandy Curtis was born in Biloela (Aboriginal for "White Cockatoo") in Central Queensland. From starting work as a typist in an accountancy firm at fifteen, she managed to get herself hired as a Junior Reporter. Started writing full-time in January 2001.
A city in danger. Thousands will die. What would you sacrifice to save them?
Operative Mark Talbert’s father is murdered, the agency he works for has him hunting terrorists, and the only connection is the father of Julie Evans, the woman he loves.
Julie’s father has placed her in the hands of a terrorist determined to unleash horror on an unprepared city. She needs someone she can depend on, but can she trust the man she loves?
People are dying; people who seem to have nothing in common, until Mark discovers his father’s involvement in a decades-old crime. A killer is taking a calculated revenge that threatens Mark, Julie, and Julie’s son.
Meanwhile the terrorists are making their final move.