Detective Dave Burrows returns in a page-turning new novel of rural suspense from Voice of the Outback, Fleur McDonald.
‘Nobody does rural fiction quite like Fleur McDonald.’ Weekly Times
‘A family drama at heart, the book is an authentic exploration of grief, family estrangement, and life on the land (fans of McDonald’s previous novels will enjoy the return of Detective Dave Burrows)’ The AuReview.com on Voices in the Dark
Detective Dave Burrows has longed for the top job in the Stock Squad but never thought he’d be acting in that role while his partner and best mate, Detective Bob Holden, is treated for melanoma.
Bob is keen to get back on the road and Dave can’t wait to go bush either, expecting the trip will be much the same as usual.
But the trip doesn’t play out that way.
Multiple bomb blasts in the small country town of Kallygarn send shock waves through the state of Western Australia, and Dave and Bob are once again drawn into the criminal underworld.
Praise for Fleur McDonald:
‘It is a suspense filled journey from open to close in this rural yarn.’ Mrs B’s Book Reviews on Voices in the Dark
‘…a riveting rural crime story … Dave comes across as sincere and likeable. You find yourself barracking for him.’ The Burgeoning Bookshelf on Without a Doubt
‘This story is so well written with suspense and mystery and with Dave’s cool calm attitude to solving cases, I was turning the pages, although I want all the answers I often don’t want the story to end.’ Family Saga Reviews on Into the Night
‘McDonald brings all her passion for the land to this rural suspense.’ – Australian Women’s Weekly on Something to Hide
‘Something To Hide ramps up the tension to new heights as Dave lays everything he loves, believes in, dreams of, on the line to bring… Fleur McDonald has come up with ripper of storyline that is going to be hard to follow.’ – Blue Wolf Reviews