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A Silent Parallel
by Sandy Gent

Overview


Picking up from where The Fallout from Shadows left off, Linda Craig-Green is torn between two possible futures: a peaceful life in England with a man she admires or a passionate life abroad with the man she loves. Desperately afraid of making the wrong decision, she takes a holiday to an Australian island resort in the hope that distance will bring her the clarity she needs. But far from being the idyll she expected, the resort—filled with guests that have their own demons and difficulties to confront—soon becomes the backdrop for tragedy, murder and more. On Fortuitous Island, Linda meets up again with Detective Inspector Gareth Wainwright, now retired, who joins forces with local Detective Inspector Douglas White to solve not one but two major crimes. And Linda finally finds the courage to make her decision.

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Description


Many readers asked that The Fallout from Shadows story be continued so it does, in A Silent Parallel. The pelting rain persists and, Rickie comes to life. Then the narrative lets loose. Some of the British characters that have gone before become embroiled in this new storyline as either cameo or full-impact roles, and we watch them play out their parts. Oh boy, do they surprise us. Their personality strengths shine through and leave legacies that resonate with Linda and follow her to Australia, and more importantly, determine how she’s going to react to her Australian adventure. And it is an adventure. Enter the Australian characters. A mixed bunch. Ancestry irrelevant. Australia’s home. Demon-temperament, universal. Throw an American-born Hollywood heart-throb into the blend and you have a story about choice. Choice in determining priorities.

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About the author


Sandy is a British-born Australian, and both countries, society’s social curveballs, and her previous working life in business information inspire her writing. As a keen advocate of written-word success being seen as a sincerely personal, creative journey for any author, Sandy prefers to smell the roses rather than dance in the rain with the process, and applies, at all times, her life motto of ‘Don’t let someone else’s idea of winning be your own.’ – Maria Arapakis


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Book details

Genre:FICTION

Subgenre:Romance / Suspense

Language:English

Pages:396

Format:Soft Cover


Overview


Picking up from where The Fallout from Shadows left off, Linda Craig-Green is torn between two possible futures: a peaceful life in England with a man she admires or a passionate life abroad with the man she loves. Desperately afraid of making the wrong decision, she takes a holiday to an Australian island resort in the hope that distance will bring her the clarity she needs. But far from being the idyll she expected, the resort—filled with guests that have their own demons and difficulties to confront—soon becomes the backdrop for tragedy, murder and more. On Fortuitous Island, Linda meets up again with Detective Inspector Gareth Wainwright, now retired, who joins forces with local Detective Inspector Douglas White to solve not one but two major crimes. And Linda finally finds the courage to make her decision.

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Description


Many readers asked that The Fallout from Shadows story be continued so it does, in A Silent Parallel. The pelting rain persists and, Rickie comes to life. Then the narrative lets loose. Some of the British characters that have gone before become embroiled in this new storyline as either cameo or full-impact roles, and we watch them play out their parts. Oh boy, do they surprise us. Their personality strengths shine through and leave legacies that resonate with Linda and follow her to Australia, and more importantly, determine how she’s going to react to her Australian adventure. And it is an adventure. Enter the Australian characters. A mixed bunch. Ancestry irrelevant. Australia’s home. Demon-temperament, universal. Throw an American-born Hollywood heart-throb into the blend and you have a story about choice. Choice in determining priorities.

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About the author


Sandy is a British-born Australian, and both countries, society’s social curveballs, and her previous working life in business information inspire her writing. As a keen advocate of written-word success being seen as a sincerely personal, creative journey for any author, Sandy prefers to smell the roses rather than dance in the rain with the process, and applies, at all times, her life motto of ‘Don’t let someone else’s idea of winning be your own.’ – Maria Arapakis


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