One man pushed Darian Richards to the edge. The man he couldn't catch. The Train Rider.
As Victoria's top homicide investigator, Darian Richards spent years catching killers. The crimes of passion, of anger, of revenge ... they were easy. It was the monsters who were hard.
Someone was taking girls. At first he'd keep them a week then give them back. Darian warned that wouldn't last. It didn't. From then on, their bodies were never found. Girls kept disappearing. All they had in common was the fact they d last been seen on a train.
The ever-rising list of the vanished broke Darian. Forced him to walk away. Now, retired, watching the Noosa River flow by, the nightmares had finally stopped. Darian was never going back.
Then three girls go missing from Queensland trains. Darian knows that the killer is playing him. He has a choice to make. But when the decision means a girl will die, there is no choice. He has to stop this man once and for all. Forever.
About the Author
Tony Cavanaugh has written for 'The Sullivans', 'Carson's Law', 'The Flying Doctors', 'Fire', 'Adrenalin Junkies' and 'Clowning Around'. He was nominated for the Victorian Premier's Literary Awards for the screenplay 'Father' and the Queensland Premier's Literary Awards for the screenplay 'Through My Eyes'. His critically acclaimed first novel PROMISE was followed in 2013 by Dead Girl Sing. His third novel, The Train Rider is due out in March.
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A great read from an Aussie author It was a great page turner I read over Easter Highly recommend this author
Chilling and memorable: top-notch Aussie noir definitely not for the faint-hearted. - Graeme Blundell on Tony Cavanaugh's PROMISEOne of the most complex and uncompromising heroes since Harry Bosch. - Weekend Australian on Tony Cavanaugh's Dead Girl SingTony Cavanaugh brings new depth and dimension to crime fiction in this country. - The Weekend West on The Train RiderCompulsive reading... It is brutal. It is terrifying. It is a brilliant book. - Rob Minshull, ABC Radio on PromiseEdgy and stylistically taut - New York Journal of Books on Tony Cavanaugh's Promise
Series: Darian Richards
Number Of Pages: 336
Published: 25th February 2014
Publisher: Hachette Australia
Country of Publication: AU
Dimensions (cm): 23.1 x 15.2 x 2.5
Weight (kg): 0.45
Edition Number: 1