For Jamie Croydon, the Koorang River is a wild and wonderous sanctuary beyond his parents’ farm. But at the start of summer, the river becomes the scene of a grisly find.
A greater truth hangs in the balance between things seen and unseen … and answers can always be found at the river.
DAN WILLETT lives on Queensland’s Sunshine Coast with his wife and two daughters. He has worked for more than 20 years as a Fisheries Scientist, which has taken him off-shore and to rivers throughout Queensland and beyond. Dan holds an M.Sc in aquatic biology, and has published widely through various scientific and industry media. Spinning for Jacks is his first novel, but carries that same watery theme that has fascinated him since he was boy.
Pub date: 31/05/2016
Category: Fiction / Coming of age / Mystery
Imprint: Impetro Books
Pages: 438 paperback (out of stock)
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