Her hands and feet are tied and her mouth is gagged. She is a captive.How could it have come to this?
Susan is on an idyllic holiday in Australia, The Barrier Reef is beautiful, Sydney and Melbourne wonderful.
She wants to see the Outback. An Australian man offers to take her. She likes him. She goes with him.
A fresh faced young English girl visits Australia and goes first to the Barrier Reef. Here she meets a charming Australian man.
Almost before she can think they are engaged in a passionate affair. She finds him and his life fascinating. She agrees to meet him in Alice Springs and travel with him through some of the remotest parts of the Northern Territory.
A series of chance events leads her to believe that he is not who he says he is. Yet she is incredibly drawn to him. Their relationship deepens and becomes ever more intense.
She must choose, whether to leave or stay. Can she take a chance and risk being drawn into his murky world.
Finally it is just her and him at a remote river, infested by crocodiles. With the crocodiles lie both their destinies.
About the Author
Graham Wilson lives in Sydney Australia. He has completed and published five books. A further novel will be released soon. His first novel "The Old Balmain House" is based on an old a weatherboard cottage in Sydney where he lived. Here a photo was discovered of a small girl who lived and died about 100 years ago. The book imagines the story of her life and family, based in the real Balmain, an early inner Sydney suburb, with it's real locatons and and historical events providing part of the story background.. The second novel in this series, Lizzie's Tale" builds on "The Old Balmain House" setting, It is the story of a working class teenage girl who lives in this same house in the 1950s and 1960s, It tells of how she becomes pregnant she is determined not to surrender her baby for adoption, and her struggle to survive in this unforgiving society. Graham has also written a family memoir "Children of Arnhem's Kaleidoscope." It tells of his childhood in an aboriginal community in remote Arnhem Land, in Australia's Northern Territory, one of its last frontiers. It tells of the people, danger and beauty of this place, and of its transformation over the last half century with the coming of aboriginal rights and the discovery or uranium. It also tells of his surviving an attack by a large crocodile. He has also written the first three of a series of five novels based in Outback Australia, called the Crocodile Spirit Dreaming Series. The first novel "Just Visiting." tells the story of an English backpacker who visits the Northern Territory and becomes captivated and in great danger from a man who loves crocodiles. The second book in the series, "The Diary" follows the consequences of the first book based around the discovery of this man's remains and his diary and the main character being placed on trial for murder.The third book, "The Empty Place" is about the struggle of the main character to retain her sanity in jail while her family and friends desperately try to find out what really happened on that fateful day before it is too late. The Diary will be finalised in mid 2014 and the Empty Place in about November 2014. Two further books in 2015 will conclude this series, "The Lost Girls" and "Where Sunlit Shadows Dance."