Noleen Jordan spent twenty years in operations management and strategic sourcing for the entertainment, retail, and manufacturing industries. Now retired, she focuses on traveling and writing. Her love of travel gave her the opportunity to experience many different cultures, providing her with knowledge that runs through both Norfolk and her crime thriller, Shwedagon. She lives in Sydney, Australia, with her husband. They have three grown children and six grandchildren.
Second book read in the latter part of our week off.
From the Blurb:
A tiny tropical paradise off the coast of Australia, Norfolk Island is notoriously laid-back, its inhabitants friendly and independent-minded. They have to be—with no defences and no way to get immediate assistance from the mainland, Norfolk’s population learned to be self-reliant.