As Darkness Falls

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Hachette Australia, Jul 1, 2010 - Fiction - 368 pages
14 Reviews
Now includes a bonus sample of Bronwyn Parry's enthralling new novel, Darkening Skies.

On the edge of the outback the landscape can hide many secrets.

Haunted by her past, Detective Isabelle O'Connell is recalled to duty to investigate the abduction of a child from her home town. She and DCI Alec Goddard have only days to find the girl alive, with few clues, a town filled with suspects and a vast wilderness to search. It quickly becomes a game of cat and mouse, with Isabelle directly in the killer's sights.

For Isabelle, this case is already personal. For Alec, his best intentions to keep it purely professional soon dissolve as his anguish over Isabelle's safety moves beyond concern for a colleague.

Their mutual attraction leaves them both vulnerable to their private nightmares - nightmares the killer ruthlessly exploits.

Darkening Skies will be available 10 September 2013.

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Review: As Darkness Falls (Dungirri #1)

User Review  - Linda - Goodreads

This was an interesting mystery, with engaging characters: a young girl goes missing, a year after two others had disappeared and turned up dead. Will she meet the same fate? The police officer who'd ... Read full review

Review: As Darkness Falls (Dungirri #1)

User Review  - Dísir - Goodreads

Gorgeous writing, strong, unwavering characters (that aren't bastard Neanderthals or too stupid to live), and a murder plot that kept me on the edge of the seat throughout. The slow burn between Alec ... Read full review

About the author (2010)

Bronwyn Parry’s manuscript for AS DARKNESS FALLS, then titled FALLING INTO DARKNESS, was awarded the 2007 Golden Heart Award by the Romance Writers of America. She has an honours degree in History and English and is undertaking a PhD, researching online communities of romance readers and writers. Her second novel is DARK COUNTRY.

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