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An abandoned military training base hidden in the middle of the Australian outback.

A school teacher and her class kidnapped in broad daylight.

A ransom demand of two million dollars, three former Australian Army commandos, and a desperate, corrupt politician, all looking for a better life.

Major crime detectives Russell Foley and Sam Rose are assigned to find the hostages, bring them home safe and sound, and capture the kidnappers in the process.

But can Foley and Rose find the teacher and her class before the kidnappers carry out their threat and kill them all? It’s a race against time - in some of the most inhospitable country on the planet.

©2020 Gary Gregor (P)2021 Gary Gregor

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  • Susan Sisler
  • 10-04-2021

Kidnapped in the Australian Outback

Nail biting excitement and drama. A busload of kidnapped school children and their teacher, are ransomed. It all takes place in the center of Australia. Almost as dry as the principal detectives Foley and Rose, who’s personalities add some levity to the high stress crisis. Gregor does a great job developing the characters, and creating not just aggressive situations, but develops a tenderness unexpected in the criminal mind. You almost feel sorry for the perpetrators of such a heinous crime. The story is carried along by narrator Geoffrey Boyes, whose American/Australian accent provides a readily understandable storyline, while being enhanced by the aussie accents of the characters.
All in all, a great listen

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