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The Australian Outback is a hot, remote, desolate place to die. Skeletal remains of several young women have been discovered in the bottom of a long-abandoned well, and major crime investigators Russell Foley and Sam Rose are assigned to the case.

Foley and Rose soon learn a number of young backpackers, traveling around Australia on the adventure of a lifetime, have been reported missing in the area. Are these the remains of those unfortunate young women?

As yet another young girl is reported missing, Foley and Rose find themselves in a race against time to find her before she becomes another victim at the bottom of the well. But can they find the killer amid millions of acres of nothing - and stay alive in the process?

©2019 Gary Gregor (P)2021 Gary Gregor

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Ordinary

I felt that the narrative was often repetitive and the actual dialogue was often followed by a description of the dialogue which was unnecessary.
The narration could have been much better.. especially the intonation at the end of many sentences and the inadequacy of the female voices.
There was also several congruities in the story line and actions by the police which I felt were not realistic or true to what I believe to be police procedures. The plot was good. Overall, it could have made for a much better read/listen but for the above-mentioned downsides.

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  • Susan Sisler
  • 19-05-2021

The best yet. A nailbiting thriller.

Another great detective thriller with Foley and Rose, Exciting and fast paced. ;The tension created by watching the young girls at the hands of a raving sex maniac, How can they escape?, Foley and Rose slowly close in on the location and the perpetrator. An audiobook that will leave you sitting in the driveway. Narrated in style by Geoffrey Boyes, who; with his Australian accent; provides reality and context.

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