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A dark, page-turning psychological thriller, with a dash of the paranormal and the occult
Celebrated author and journalist Jack Rogan cannot resist a challenge. When he stumbles across a mysterious clue pointing to the tragic disappearance of two girls from Alice Springs, Rogan decides to investigate.
Joining forces with Rebecca Armstrong, his New York literary agent, Andrew Simpson, a retired Aboriginal police officer and Cassandra, an enigmatic psychic, Rogan soon enters the alien upside-down-world of an outlaw bikie gang ruled by an evil master where outcasts of society are the heroes, and cruelty and violence admired and rewarded.
Irresistibly drawn into a web of superstition and fear, Rogan and his friends soon pass the point of no return, and follow the trail of the missing girls into the remote Dreamtime-wilderness of outback Australia.
Unbeknown to the others, Cassandra has a secret agenda of her own. Using her occult powers to avenge a terrible wrong, she sets the scene for an epic showdown where the stakes are high and the looser faces death and oblivion.
Will Rogan succeed, or will the forces of evil crush the hopes and dreams of a desperate mother praying for the return of her lost daughter?
An important message from the author
“Gabriel, you have a message for your readers regarding the order in which the books in the Jack Rogan Mysteries series can be read. Could you please explain?”
“That’s right. It is important to keep in mind that the books in the series are NOT sequels, but ‘stand alone,’ and can therefore be read in any order. In short, the reader does not have to start with book one and go from there to understand and fully appreciate the characters and the storyline.”
“But the books are of course linked – right?”
“ They are, but only loosely. Readers who are familiar with the earlier books will recognise subtle nuances, references and links which will add to the enjoyment of the book, but this is definitely not necessary. Each book can be read and enjoyed independently."
“Because each book stands alone?”
“Correct. I would therefore suggest that readers choose the books according to subject matter and not according to the number they occupy in the series, unless they would like to embark on the ‘full journey.’ The best way to do this would be to purchase the books as a set and then read them in the order in which they appear in the series. A great literary adventure; promise!”