The Lost Man by Jane Harper

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“Life out here is hard. We all try to get through the best way we can. But trust me, there’s not a single person here who isn’t lying to themselves about something.”

Jane Harper has fast become one of my favourite mystery/thriller authors, and each book I have read so far has left me eagerly anticipating her next release. The Lost Man is a standalone novel that takes the reader to the Australian outback, where a death that occurred in the unforgiving heat brings to light many long buried secrets. The discovery of Cameron Bright’s body brings shock to a town that held him in good regard, and most troubling is the fact that he was found dead of dehydration nine miles away from his truck. As someone who knew better than to wander out on his own in the scorching heat, it is assumed that the death is a suicide. However, his older brother Nathan is not convinced. Only by facing his past and their troubled childhood will he find the answers he is searching for. Continue reading “The Lost Man by Jane Harper”

Reads From the Road: 5 Books To Take On Your Next Trip

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I am always curious to know what people are reading (yes, I am that person trying to get a peak at a book cover when I notice someone reading on the bus or out and about). 🙂 This past month I was lucky enough to spend a month in Ecuador for yoga teacher training, and enjoyed lots of fun book talk with fellow trainees about the books they love and the ones they brought on the trip. So, which books made the long journey and were highly recommended? Continue reading “Reads From the Road: 5 Books To Take On Your Next Trip”