When Australian special forces soldier Stone Luckman rescues marooned surfer Mel Palace from a collapsing Gold Coast high rise, she tells him she’s been expecting him for weeks. Later, she claims she can read minds.
If his own insanity meter wasn’t off the register, he’d think she had a screw loose. But lately he’s been having visions of an Aboriginal spirit man who is strangely connected to global events.
There are those who say the Earth has fallen victim to a terrible act of God. To China and America, however, it’s a declaration of war. Each accuses the other of being responsible.
The head of Australian Defence Intelligence sends Luckman into the desert to the joint US-Australian base at Pine Gap on an audacious mission to end the threat of nuclear war. But if it backfires, Luckman will be branded a terrorist and left to take the rap. Luckman is compelled to take Mel on the journey, though for the life of him he doesn’t know why. He’s about to find out.
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“An original, fascinating book which I found difficult to put down.” — Sheryl Lee
“Found myself reading well into the night” — Jack Gold
“There’s a distinct Lost flavour to certain things (when Lost was good I mean!)” — Edward J. Ryder
So much blood. On the pavement, on her hands, like it’ll never wash away.
But TV reporter Cass Loukas must pull it together to tell the world about her near-death experience, live to air.
George Redmond’s demise is her big break.
He died for her. While she doesn’t know it, he watches over her still, albeit a shadow of his former self.
And now her life belongs to him.
When she sees him again, she won’t be telling anyone…
Take a wild ride through Hollywood with this smart and sexy paranormal thriller.
A spellbinding thrill ride one reader called “intense and disturbing”.
“I’ll read anything Matt Eaton writes!” declared another.
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