When We Fall by Aoife Clifford

When We Fall by Aoife Clifford

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‘It isn’t strangers you need to worry about here. Blood lines run deep and in unexpected places. Every victim, every accused, we’ll know. The past runs alongside us all the time. Some days it spills into the open.’

In the wild, coastal town of Merritt, Alex Tillerson and her mother make a shocking find on the beach. The police claim it’s an accidental death but there are whispers of murder and that it is not the first. 

Bella Greggs was found dead at the bottom of a ravine but drowned in salt water. Maxine McFarlane was pulled from the ocean but with no water in her lungs. Black feathers were found with both bodies but what do they mean?

As Alex fights for answers to honour the dead, and to discover why her mother fled town as a teenager, good people keep looking the other way, memories become unreliable and secrets threaten to reveal the past.

Alex discovers the truth never dies but it can kill…

Product Features:

  • This is Aoife Clifford at her best: her writing is crime-plus -- there's always a dead body, but she's also driven to examine deeper questions such as the nature of truth and how it always outs itself in the end.
  • Aoife Clifford is an award-winning crime writer whose previous two novels (All These Perfect Strangers and Second Sight) were published in Australia and the US. 
  • Perfect for readers of novels like The Dry by Jane Harper, Nowhere Child by Christian White and The Broken Shore by Peter Temple.
Article Number:
204633
Author:
Aoife Clifford
Brand Name:
Hardie Grant Books
ISBN:
9781761150197
Number of Pages:
336
Product Contains:
Paperback
Product Depth:
3.0 cm
Product Height:
23.4 cm
Product Weight:
0.47 kg
Product Width:
15.3 cm
Published:
02.03.2022
Publisher:
Ultimo Press
Product details
‘It isn’t strangers you need to worry about here. Blood lines run deep and in unexpected places. Every victim, every accused, we’ll know. The past runs alongside us all the time. Some days it spills into the open.’

In the wild, coastal town of Merritt, Alex Tillerson and her mother make a shocking find on the beach. The police claim it’s an accidental death but there are whispers of murder and that it is not the first. 

Bella Greggs was found dead at the bottom of a ravine but drowned in salt water. Maxine McFarlane was pulled from the ocean but with no water in her lungs. Black feathers were found with both bodies but what do they mean?

As Alex fights for answers to honour the dead, and to discover why her mother fled town as a teenager, good people keep looking the other way, memories become unreliable and secrets threaten to reveal the past.

Alex discovers the truth never dies but it can kill…

Product Features:

  • This is Aoife Clifford at her best: her writing is crime-plus -- there's always a dead body, but she's also driven to examine deeper questions such as the nature of truth and how it always outs itself in the end.
  • Aoife Clifford is an award-winning crime writer whose previous two novels (All These Perfect Strangers and Second Sight) were published in Australia and the US. 
  • Perfect for readers of novels like The Dry by Jane Harper, Nowhere Child by Christian White and The Broken Shore by Peter Temple.
Specification
Article Number:
204633
Author:
Aoife Clifford
Brand Name:
Hardie Grant Books
ISBN:
9781761150197
Number of Pages:
336
Product Contains:
Paperback
Product Depth:
3.0 cm
Product Height:
23.4 cm
Product Weight:
0.47 kg
Product Width:
15.3 cm
Published:
02.03.2022
Publisher:
Ultimo Press