using standard courier delivery
Three missing children.
A wild storm.
A long way from home.
Melbourne journalist Georgie Harvey is on hand when three children disappear from a police-run camp in the Dandenong Ranges.
When Daylesford cop John Franklin hears the news, he is on secondment 200 kilometres away. Feeling responsible for the local kids, he abandons his post to join the search.
Somebody saw the children.
Somebody knows something.
Every minute is vital.
Frustration and desperation mount as the polar storm intensifies. Pushed to the outer by local detectives, Franklin and Georgie find cyber links to a serial predator and another missing girl, and will risk everything in their race to avert tragedy.
Sandi Wallace is the winner of the Davitt Award Readers' Choice for her debut rural crime thriller and a host of prizes for her short crime fiction. Karen M. Davis, former NSW police detective and author of the Lexie Rogers series, pronounces INTO THE FOG, "Sandi Wallace's best yet! INTO THE FOG is engaging, fast-paced, and full of suspense." Author of the Dr Pimms, Intermillennial Sleuth series, L.J.M. Owen says, "INTO THE FOG is an engrossing third outing in Wallace's rural crime series featuring gutsy journalist Georgie Harvey and intrepid cop John Franklin - unputdownable!" And B. Michael Radburn, author of the Taylor Bridges series, predicts, "A page turner...INTO THE FOG will wrap around you, releasing you only in its enthralling climax."
Sandi's earlier work has also been commended by serving police officers, authors and critics. It has been described as, "Edgy, suspense-laden drama" (Monique Mulligan, reviewer and publisher), "Suspenseful, exciting, atmospheric rural crime" (Michaela Lobb, Sisters in Crime Australia), and "Sharply crafted and authentic" (Isobel Blackthorn, reviewer and author).
Sandi Wallace is a life-long crime-fiction addict and the author of rural crime thrillers and gripping short stories. She has won a host of prizes for her short crime fiction and the Davitt Award Readers' Choice for her debut novel, which was also shortlisted for the Davitt Award Best Debut, and her work has been commended by serving police officers, authors and critics. She took a winding path towards her writing dream with stints as banker, paralegal, cabinetmaker, office manager, executive assistant, personal trainer and journalist, but if she hadn't turned to writing, she fancies she would have been a police detective.
Sandi lives in the stunning Dandenong Ranges outside of Melbourne with her husband. Connect with her at www.sandiwallace.com, www.instagram.com/sandiwallacecrime or www.facebook.com/sandi.wallace.crimewriter.