A Cry From The Dark- Robert Barnard Reviews
Description:ISBN 074908331X / Genre: Crime / Thriller / Author: Robert Barnard / Edition: paperback / softback / Paperback / 288 Pages / Book is ... more
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London's leafy Holland Park is a far cry from the dusty, outback town of Bundaroo where best selling author Bettina Whitelaw grew up. Now in her eighties she's preparing to write her memoirs in which she'll explain the reason she left Australia all those years ago. The only person who knows her from those days is old friend Hugh Naismyth, a misfit English immigrant who Bettina befriended at school and who now lives nearby in London. When her brother and her daughter arrive from Australia for a visit strange things start to happen. After a day's sightseeing Bettina returns home and has a strong feeling that someone has been going through her desk and that ... Read the complete review
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