Dead Heat

Dead Heat Georgia Parish was glad to leave behind the damp heat the bugs and the deadly wilderness of Nulgarra Northern Queensland But when a plane she is on crashes she suddenly finds herself back in the ou

  • Title: Dead Heat
  • Author: Caroline Carver C.J. Carver
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 376
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Georgia Parish was glad to leave behind the damp heat, the bugs and the deadly wilderness of Nulgarra, Northern Queensland But when a plane she is on crashes, she suddenly finds herself back in the outback.As it becomes clear that the crash was no accident, Georgia has to come to the sinister realisation that someone might want her dead But who The trail of clues GeorgiaGeorgia Parish was glad to leave behind the damp heat, the bugs and the deadly wilderness of Nulgarra, Northern Queensland But when a plane she is on crashes, she suddenly finds herself back in the outback.As it becomes clear that the crash was no accident, Georgia has to come to the sinister realisation that someone might want her dead But who The trail of clues Georgia follows takes her into the heart of the most exotic, colourful and savage landscape on earth With relentless criminals behind her, and something far worse ahead, Georgia needs to escape from a merciless enemy who may know her all too well .Dead Heat is a heart stopping, fast paced adventure from CJ Carver, author of Gone Without Trace and Blood Junction Dead Heat features India Kane from Blood Junction and Black Tide.

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    1. Georgia Parish visits the Australian outback country for her grandfather's funeral. On her way back to the airport, she meets two people who got stuck in a river crossing. They are on the same plane when it crashes. Later, she finds that the plane was sabotaged. She is so emotional involved with the pilot and other passenger who died in the crash that she looks into the reasons why it happened.The first suspect is Ronnie Chen, who was scheduled to be on the plane but never showed up. However, Ro [...]

    2. There many different elements in this book, each of which would have made an interesting story. Combined the story seemed crowded with plot lines. Also, no normal, real human being could confront death so many times and remain functional if they did not grow up in a war zone or region full of terrorism. Add on top of that the fact that the main character's mother was kidnapped, and we should have seen a total freak out. I would have collapsed.

    3. that's a thriller! and you don't know what is happening until the last pages, just the way it should be. The characters are interesting, with enough shades between good and bad to keep you reading and wanting more. The description of the Australian outback is fascinating, at least for people like me who have never seen it.

    4. The setting of this book is what makes it interesting. It is set in northern Queensland, Australia and the people that live there have a different slant on life than most Americans. The main protagonist however is a let down as she is one of those folks who has an iron constitution and the luck of the Irish helping her get out of trouble which she is dead set on fininding.

    5. After reading the back of the book, I thought it sounded decent but I did not expect it to be as great as it ended up being! Surprises around every chapter, multiple crimes evolving into one large mystery. Its a book you can't predict, and one you will never forget!

    6. Aussie mystery - publisher’s rep Georgia Parish investigates plane crash, experimental antibiotics from crocodiles and Chinese politics, gangs and illegal immigrants and it works. Good follow up to Blood Junction with appearance of India. Look forward to next book.

    7. Picked for the summer reading challenge. Loved the suspense and the author. Will definitely put more by this author on my to read list.

    8. This is an awesome mystery book. It keep my attention like no other mystery book has not that I really have read that many. This is an awesome read, one I would definitely pick up again.

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