I’m proud to announce the release of Desolation Bluff, a suspense novella about a blind man who suddenly regains his sight. It is set in Australia, in the beautiful Southern Highlands region of New South Wales.
When blind romance author Oliver Cameron suddenly regains his sight, he uncovers a shocking betrayal – and a deadly game of cat and mouse begins.
This was a story I first wrote many years ago, and it had been gathering dust in the back of a drawer. Over the last few months, it has undergone a substantial transformation. If you’re looking for a short novel that will keep you turning the pages, then this might be for you.
The paperback version will be released soon, and it will be listed in Kindle Unlimited in a few weeks time. If anyone would like a review copy, please feel free to contact me by email.
Here is the book description
DESOLATION BLUFF – A thriller
He can see clearly now…….
Blind romance author Oliver Cameron uses the pen name of Fidel Amore and thinks he has the perfect life at his country estate near Desolation Bluff. After a honeymoon in Paris, his wife Vanessa continues her work as his assistant. His friend Ray is the business manager who lives in the gatehouse and also acts as the public face of Fidel Amore, doing all those book-signing trips that Oliver never wanted to attend. Helen Dunkley is the housekeeper devoted to him since childhood – but she detests the two newcomers.
Complications set in when Ray, working on his old car, accidentally backs into Oliver. His injuries appear minor but the next day he suddenly regains his sight. Oliver wants Ray and Rachel to be the first to hear his good news, but when he finds them he uncovers a shocking betrayal.
A game of cat and mouse begins – and with the arrival of a mysterious stranger, it turns deadly.
A short suspense novel that will keep you guessing right to the very end.
You can read an excerpt from Chapter One here: Desolation Bluff – A thriller
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