Caravan Murders

Caravan Murders

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Colourful characters cross paths when a group of retirees find more than fellowship and fishing at Birdsnest Creek Caravan Park. When body parts are found in a rubbish bag sticky-beak Deirdre takes pride in knowing what's going on, but her husband Jack has a secret crush on Joan, whose own husband, Wilbur, lives for fishing. Joan returns Jack's passion, but Deirdre is her best friend...isn't she? Resident Bill falls for the charms of Melanie, a prostitute masquerading as a travelling fashion saleswoman. But he is not the only one. When New Zealander Trevor is discovered in bed with Melanie, Deirdre immediately tells Bill, who, enraged, breaks off the liaison. Joan eavesdrops a conversation between Melanie and unsavoury Vince, an ex-lover, who demands she repay a large sum of money. A triangle of blackmail is unleashed when a love letter from Jack falls into Melanie's hands. Wi1lbur discovers Trevor's wife Annabelle shares his love of fishing, and stirs dark jealousy in Trevor. Antics escalate and end in...murder. Death threats and drugged hallucinations force Joan into confessing to the gruesome murder of Melanie.
Friends in gaol help her escape and Jack, an unlikely hero, takes her away in his caravan. But hiding her love for Jack from Deirdre proves impossible and when Bill offers to take her into the outback, she accepts. His amorous attentions force her to run away. In the vastness of Australia, she comes face to face with Vince in a shopping mall. The game is almost up, but a daring trap is set with the help of Wilbur, who tips off the police. Her name is cleared, but peace evades her. Now Annabelle has been murdered! And Vince is in gaol! Who is the real killer? Is Joan to be next?
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  • Paperback | 448 pages
  • 140 x 210mm
  • Burdell, QLD, Australia
  • 0646541080
  • 9780646541082