The Greatest Thing : Sequel to the Eleventh Hour
Australia Airlines Flight AQ15 disappears on a flight from Kuala Lumpur to Australia. It is believed to have crashed into the Indian Ocean. But did it? Dana Bell's husband and her mother were on the flight. In this sequel to The Eleventh Hour, the family's story continues. Before she died on the missing plane, Dana's mother Eve Maddison wrote a book called 'Secrets of a Mafia Wife'. Mafia links strive by any means, to ensure that the book is never published. When these efforts fail Mafia bosses take revenge. Meanwhile, the struggle to publish the book reveals more astonishing family secrets. Despite the loss of loved ones, love conquers all. Tolerance, understanding and forgiveness are found to be the by-products of love. The passengers on the plane died. But how? Why has the plane never been found? Find out!
- Paperback | 270 pages
- 152 x 229 x 14mm | 363g
- 27 Feb 2015
- Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
- United States
- black & white illustrations
About Robbie McCauley
When Robbie McCauley retired early from a varied working life, which included the duties of Secretary to Members of Parliament, Researcher, Primary School Teacher, and Bank Manager, she began to take writing classes and discovered the joy of writing short stories. At the same time Robbie decided to study for the Bachelor of Arts degree she had always wanted. This was the start of a new world. She now has many degrees including a Masters in Policing, Intelligence and Counter Terrorism and a Post Graduate Diploma in Writing. Her qualifications provide an excellent background for story writing. At present Robbie teaches writing classes called "Let's Write a Book" with the University of the Third Age (U3A) and is happy to have finally completed this sequel to her first novel, The Eleventh Hour. She is also writing a series of small books on a variety of writing topics called The Handy Little Book for Writers Series. So far she has published 9 books in the series. Robbie lives in Australia, on Queensland's Sunshine Coast. She is divorced, has one lovely daughter, an excellent son-in-law, and three exciting grand children.