Would you kill someone to protect the ones you love?
In a middle-class suburban Sydney neighbourhood, a young black woman is found dead.
Devastated by the loss of her friend, Natalie seeks understanding in a marginalised community she has never reached out to before.
But amongst the comfort she finds there, she stumbles across other, similar deaths. Someone is targeting her community, and the police are reluctant to connect the murders, or even investigate them at all.
When her new boyfriend is linked to one of the deaths, Natalie is forced to confront everything she thinks she knows about trust, love, and self-reliance.
As the killer gets closer, can she save herself and her newly opened heart?
A complex story about families, stigma, and the ferocious power of love—even from the most unexpected quarters.
Please note this novel deals with complex themes which may be distressing to some readers. 18+.
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Educated women 25 - 70. Readers of romantic thrillers, women's fiction.
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This is my first book in this genre (psychological thriller, romantic thriller?)
The heroine is the daughter of Sri Lankan refugees. She has short black hair but sometimes wears a long black wig, for model purposes, if you use people.
There is some romance (Caucasian male) and some heat. There is a serial killer. There is a lot of complexity around family relationships, intergenerational trauma, race and trust.