A murder mystery set in Brisbane, Australia. Catching a serial killer won't be easy when nobody suspects murder...
One thing is stopping Jono from loving his job as a paramedic. It’s not the blood and gore, nor the vomiting drunks, not even the seemingly endless rolling shifts. It’s the overbearing management. He’s a competent clinician who always does the best for his patients, but petty bureaucracy and red tape never fail to fire him up.
Despite this disaffection, Jono won’t ignore the fact that several ambulance ‘regulars’ have been turning up dead. Each death in itself seems innocent enough, but the sudden mounting body count raises his suspicions. Is it just a coincidence, or has someone decided to clean up the city? What’s more worrying is that Jono appears to be the only one who cares.
A book that stops the world while reading
Harry’s short story got me back into reading, and this book just turns it up to eleven. I can not wait until the next book is out
Could not put it down
An amazing First Novel. The characters and story are so real and vibrant, the whole package races from cover to cover faster than the ambo's within. This redefines a page turner. The short stories are brilliant but the novel is the creme de la creme. Long live Jono