A new Blue Mountains mystery by Bronwyn Rodden, Winner of the Patricia Hackett Prize.
In this third volume of the series, Detective Senior Constable Ros Gordon of Red Ridge, in the Blue Mountains west of Sydney, investigates a series of suspicious deaths occurring in a train, a car and an historic Turkish Bath.
Her inquiries take her and her colleague, Detective Constable Leighton, into the worlds of business, politics and art, and involve a steep learning curve around autonomous cars, NFTs, and a dentist who moonlights as a microbrewer. But, for Ros, another occupation is calling her.
Bronwyn Rodden is an Australian writer, born in Sydney, who has lived in urban and rural locations, and travelled widely. She has published short fiction and poetry in Australia, the USA and the UK, holds an MA Writing (University of Technology, Sydney) and won the Patricia Hackett Prize for Short Fiction. She was awarded an Emerging Writer Grant by the Australia Council for the Arts, a Fellowship to the Writers Cottage at Bundanon and was selected for the Hachette/QWC 2009 manuscript retreat. She was Finalist in the General Fiction Category of the Eric Hoffer Award (US), and longlisted for the Carmel Bird Digital Literary Award 2018. Her poetry is included in the Anthology of International Contemporary Surrealist and Magical Realist Poetry, published by Lamar University, USA.
Publisher: Wyndow Books
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