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THE SUITCASE: Some things are best left unopened, particularly when they contain dark secrets. David Paget should have thought of that when he agreed to collect a suitcase from Hong Kong and take it to Australia. The contents appeared too old to be threatening but appearances can be deceptive. Like a genie from a bottle the past rushed in. Events developed with alarming speed and David was propelled on a mad flight through the vastness of Australia, pursued by hired killers. His friends mounted a rescue operation. To succeed, they had to delve into the past and uncover the reason for David’s plight. Click cover to go to my Amazon page.
THE MISSING MISS MORI: Every year, hundreds of thousands of young women travel overseas and some never return. They join the vast lists of missing persons on police data bases. When Yuki Mori’s sister went missing in Australia, Yuki went to look for her. With the help of a private detective, she traced her sister’s movements to a remote part of the big country and entered the frightening world that her sister had entered. Click cover to go to my Amazon page.
THE GOLDEN MOUSE: Kate Bromley hardly knew her father when she was a child. The man who divorced her mother was a remote figure. That changed when she left home. Harvey paid for her to go to university and they went on holidays together. Kate always thought of him as Harvey. There was only nineteen years difference in their ages and he looked much younger than his forty-one years. Being with him was fun but there were things he kept secret. There was a price on Harvey’s head. Her father thought he could play Robin Hood. That was entertaining when the Sheriff of Nottingham was the baddy but frightening in real life. Kate found herself sucked into his dangerous world. One day she was engaged in a student project in the Scottish highlands. The next she was on a plane bound for Australia. Click cover to go to my Amazon page.
THE EMERALD BUDDHA: If something seems too good to be true then it probably isn’t. Erica should have remembered that when she agreed to take up an exciting job offer. Her talents were needed to track down a gang of thieves who were stealing ancient Buddhist treasures and selling them on the world market. Her knowledge of the Tibetan language would be put to use and she would be returning to a part of the world that fascinated her. The pay was fantastic and she might even get in a bit of rock climbing. It looked so straightforward at first. She met some amazing people and got to like them. Then she realised she was being drawn into a web of intrigue that threatened everyone around her. All her skills were needed to stay alive and protect her new friends. Click cover to go to my Amazon page.