A missing man. No body. No clues. And a daughter determined to find the truth.Jack Bannerman is missing after failing to meet his son-in-law to go sailing. There’s no evidence of foul play and no sign of a body. So where is Jack?Ellie thought her father trusted her with his business empire but the discovery of a dark past challenges everything she believed. Her estranged husband was Jack’s last known contact but denies seeing him that day and seizes the opportunity to take over as acting CEO as if nothing untoward has happened.The detective in charge throws Ellie’s feelings of betrayal and loss into further turmoil because a long time ago, they loved each other. Now, she has to work with him to unravel the truth behind her father’s disappearance. Jack’s trusted advisors are keeping secrets and Ellie’s desperate search for answers puts her in the dangerous sights of a killer.With a body found at sea and a storm closing in, Ellie has to trust someone with what she knows. But who to trust may mean the difference between life and death.A gripping page-turner from the author of The Stationmaster’s Cottage and the Charlotte Dean Mysteries.
About Phillipa Nefri Clark
Phillipa grew up around lonely Australian beaches with wild seas and misty cliffs. From a young age she wrote stories and dreamed of being a writer. There were many detours along the way as she trod paths as diverse as a travelling sales rep to singing and acting. Fascinated by film, Phillipa wrote five feature length screenplays, one which was optioned. Now living in regional Victoria on a small acreage close to a mountain range, she markets the family business a few days a week and writes the rest of the time. With nonfiction credits for specialist canine publications, she finally returned to stories with the release of The Stationmaster’s Cottage, a dual timeline romance, in February 2017. Her great loves, apart from writing, are her family of two young adult sons and her husband, their Labrador, music, fine wine, and friends.To connect more with Phillipa and her writing, visit www.phillipaclark.com.