Promise by Tony Cavanaugh

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An Australian crime thriller 'as good as Harlan Coben' Weekend Australian.

A serial killer is stalking the Sunshine Coast. Girls have vanished. All blonde and pretty. Ex homicide investigator Darian Richards knows they are dead even though the cops keep saying 'missing'. That's what you have to say if you don't have a body.

Jenny Brown was the first. The local cops said runaway.
Then others disappeared. They couldn't all be runaways.

This killer knows how to stay under the radar, how to hide in plain sight. He knows how to hunt, hurt and kill. Darian has seen evil like him before and knows what it takes to make it stop. He'll make sure the killer gets what he deserves... and that's a promise.

A devastatingly brilliant crime novel that gives us a horrifying glimpse into the mind of a diabolical killer and introduces us to one of the most complex and uncompromising heroes since Harry Bosch.

Tony Cavanaugh is an Australian writer and producer of film and television with over thirty years' experience in the industry. His new novel, DEAD GIRL SING also features former cop Darian Richards and will be published 26 February 2013.
 

About Tony Cavanaugh

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Tony Cavanaugh is a writer and producer in film and television. He has over thirty years' experience in the industry in all fields, from the genesis of an idea to production and has written numerous television and film dramas since the early 1980s. In addition, he has lectured at a number of universities, as well as the Australian Film, Television and Radio School. He is on the Board of the Queensland Screen Industry Council, a newly formed group to represent the industry to government, has been a judge for the Logie Awards and the Australian Film Institute Awards on numerous occasions and in 2009 he was invited to be a Judge for the International Emmy Awards, held in New York. PROMISE is his first novel.
 
Published January 29, 2013 by Hachette Australia. 538 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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“Edgy and stylistically taut from beginning to end, Promise delivers a compelling and richly developed story. It is the kind of book that knowledgeable fans of the genre will love and appreciate.”

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