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By: Pauline Lovitt

The Woman in the Red Plastic Raincoat

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Samantha Goodall has gone missing in Cowra, New South Wales. A group of locals, who are friends are perplexed when they stumble on a sleuth site sleuthersontheinternet.com, with posts about Samantha's disappearance. The fictitious character making the posts seems to be Bruce Antonio. They have already been reporting him to the police about disturbing information on his own blogsites. They are certain that Antonio has to be connected to a number of missing people cases in Queensland, he has talked about on his blog site spiritualitypsychics.com. Through extensive research, they discover multiple cases Antonio looks to be sleuthing about. How can they convince the police that there could be a serial killer talking about his crimes on sleuth sites?

Pauline Lovitt has a background in librarianship, drama and singing teaching, interactive performance and mentoring and training disadvantaged groups. She has written songs and scripts for children. As an academic researcher in the area of Values Education, Pauline created “Earthic - Us We Care” a quirky values education story with songs as an online video. She has written An Amazing Discovery and Sorry Ranga as short affirmative values-based narratives. Pauline has for many years been interested in following missing person’s cases in Australia. The Woman in the Red Plastic Raincoat is an outcome of years of research. 

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