Penguin Random House
At the bottom of the world, there is an island. It is a land of rugged wilderness, of ice and snow and blistering heat … They say extinct tigers still roam there. They say other things roam, too.
When a school group of teenage girls go missing in the remote wilderness of Tasmania’s Great Western Tiers, the people of Limestone Creek are immediately on alert. Not long ago, six young girls went missing in the area of those dangerous bluffs, and the legends of ‘the Hungry Man’ still haunt locals to this day.
Now, authorities can determine that the teacher, Eliza Ellis, was knocked unconscious, so someone on the mountain was up to foul play. Jordan Murphy, father of missing student Jasmine and the town’s local dealer, instantly becomes prime suspect, but Detective Con Badenhorst knows that in a town this size – with corrupt cops, small-town politics, and a teenage YouTube sensation – anyone could be hiding something, and bluffing comes second nature.
When a body is found, mauled, at the bottom of a cliff, suspicion turns to a wild animal – but that can’t explain why she, like all victims past and present, was discovered barefoot, with her shoes found nearby, laces neatly tied.
What happened up there on the bluffs? Somebody knows… unless the local legends are true…
**Today I have one copy The Bluffs to giveaway thanks to Penguin Random House Australia (Australian residents only) To enter in the comments let me know where this book is set. I will randomly select a winner on the 18th of July 2020**
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This sounds so good. It’s set in Tasmania’s great Western tiers and Limestone Creek
Tassie is very popular for book settings this year – have you noticed Claire?
I have, I’ve read two in the last two weeks, both great reads. It’s one place I’d love to visit so long as there are no murderers roaming free whole I’m there.
I’d love to visit too one day
Tasmania’s Great Western Tiers, Thank you for the opportunity 🌈😊
You are very welcome Gloria
In the remote wilderness of Tasmania’s Great Western Tiers, and in Limestone Creek. Thank you for the giveaway!
Your welcome Michael
Thanks for entering
Tasmania’s Great Western Tiers. Sounds terrific.
Thanks for entering Malvina
In Tasmania’s Great Western Tiers.
Tasmania! I can’t wait to read this, Tasmania is a wonderful place to set a story!
Tasmania! I’d love to read this. Tasmania Is such a great place to set a story.
One day I might get to find out 🙂
Tasmanian’s Great Western Tiers
Limestone Creek in Tasmania’s Great Western Tiers. Sounds like an excellent read.
Thanks for entering and good luck
Tasmania’s Great Western Tiers, Limestone Creek, Tasmania.
Thank you for the chance.
Your welcome Caroline
It’s set in Tasmania’s Great Western Tiers and in Limestone Creek. Sounds like a great story!
Thanks for entering Sharah
The Bluffs is set in Tasmania’s Great Western Tiers. I’d love to read this as I’ve been there!
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Hi, the book is set in Tasmania’s Great Western Tiers and sounds like such a good read. I have only heard good things about it, and thank you for running a giveaway.
the story is set in Tasmania’s Great Western Tiers. sounds very intriguing and would love to read it. hopefully I am not too late to enter.
This book sounds terrific. Added it to my “watch” list as it likely won’t be available here for at least another year.
So many great reads Anne – I bet that is a long list🙂
That it is Carol. My list of must-reads is so long that sadly i’ll never get to even half of them in my lifetime 📚 📚 📚 📚
What’s on the top of your list at the moment?
I have a 20 book pile heh heh.
The top ones are One Summer Together (think I found out about this book from you!),
Mr. Malcolm’s List (Allain), The Safe Place (Downes), The Lion’s Den (St. John),
The Guest List (Foley), The Silence (Allott), The Mountains Wild (Taylor) & The Bromance Book Club (Adams)
Reading Bromance next because I have the followup Undercover Bromance out from the library & it can’t be renewed. Any suggestions what to read after these?
I have heard good things about The Safe Place