‘[An] intelligent and compelling thriller that turns the notion of evil inside out.’ - Canberra Times.
Matthew Liu sees his parents gunned down on a lonely Sydney backstreet. A young woman, the killer, stares him in the face before fleeing the scene. When the police arrive, all they find is the discarded gun. Detective Inspector Paul Harrigan′s unit is pitched into a high-profile investigation with little to go on. Who is the young woman? How can she have vanished into thin air?
Alex Palmer was born in London in 1952, and arrived in Sydney in the late 1960s. She studied English literature and language at Macquarie University and later gained a postgraduate diploma in information management at the University of New South Wales. Alex now writes full time. She is married and lives in Canberra.