When a young female anthropologist is found dead in the Australian outback, the first thought is that it was a tragic accident. It isn't long before there are suspicions that foul play is involved and a murder investigation begins. It transpires that she was in possession of a mystery artifact on the evening before her death. What is this artifact and is it linked to her death? Was it a tragic accident or was she murdered?
Steve graduated from agricultural college in Western Australia before embarking on his diverse career as a jackaroo, farmer, broadcaster, retailer, journalist, teacher/technician and TV presenter. Thirty years ago he established a video production company, which has taken him to remote locations throughout Australia, South East Asia and Africa. He lives in Fremantle, is married, and has a daughter and two grandsons.
I found the book told me a lot about the Kimberley and the focus on the anthropology of our original inhabitants was fascinating.
Once started, hard to put down, and I look forward to more from this author as he pushes his boundaries.
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