The bestselling author of Write About Me & FIND ME continues her quest for those who are lost in the next instalment of the Rhiannon McVee Mystery Series. Keely and Toby are still missing. Then Brian goes missing after going on a rampage in his suburban inner city home. Then Ayala Philips, mother of four and wife of a successful international businessman and sheep and cattle station owner, has evil thoughts about her husband Clive and disappears in the vast Australian outback without a trace. While young Kings Cross policewoman Rhiannon McVee navigates her way around a corrupt inner Sydney culture to get into the Detective’s unit, she remains determined to be the one to find them. But as tragedy after tragedy unfolds on the job, Rhiannon must face her own personal tragedy, before she becomes lost to the love of her life, Mac, and lost to herself. If Rhiannon disappears, who will find the missing?
“Love the Australian setting.”
Five Star Review on Amazon By Sunshine Reader
Loved your book. Just wish I could keep reading…. Don’t stop writing. I have been in another world this afternoon. A nice much needed break from my usual life.
About the Author
Described by one of her children as a ‘book writing machine’, Australian author and media company CEO Melissa Pouliot has always loved to write. Through her journalism career and her media business, she has written stories on just about every topic. Her stories about people are widely recognised as her true heart. She has published several non-fiction books and in 2013 launched her fiction writing career with ‘Write About Me’, which is a #1 bestseller on Amazon. Her next two novels, “FIND ME” and “When You Find Me”, are part of the Rhiannon McVee Mystery series that also feature a touch of Australian outback romance. Melissa’s novels, all endorsed by the Australian Federal Police National Missing Persons Coordination Centre and the UK’s SafeKnight Foundation, are inspired by her own family’s missing persons tragedy. Through her fiction writing and her dedication to missing persons organisations around the world, Melissa highlights the lifelong scars families and friends of missing people carry as they struggle to understand the complexities that abound when someone is ‘missing’.