BRAZEN ENGLISH HUSSY, the papers scream. ‘Killed her lover, fed his body to the crocodiles then buried the evidence!’
Who is this man who nobody seems to know? They call him CROCODILE MAN.
Who is the unknown girl who was with him before he died? Why does she hide what happened on that fateful day? She sits alone in a jail cell - mind is in a daze. She will tell no one her secret.
This book follows the consequences of the actions in the first book in this series, Just Visiting. Susan, an English backpacker, comes to Australia, gets caught in a terrifying relationship and barely escapes with her life.
A fisherman finds a unidentified head in a waterhole in Northern Australia. It seems to be the possession of a huge and ancient crocodile which lives there and does not want to let it go.
The police are called to investigate and they too are awed by the crocodile which lives there. At the same time what first appeared to be a crocodile attack turns into murder.
Susan, now home, discovers she is pregnant. She carries her Australian lover’s child. Another glittering relationship beckons. Engaged to the new man her future seems bright.
But her past returns to haunt her. Slowly and inexorably the truth of what happened in Australia emerges. The police have her photo. They are closing in on her identity.
She must decide what to do - decide her unborn child's fate. She has the diary of her former lover. She must know who he is to make a choice. But she cannot bear to know. She passes it to another.
It seems to Susan that the malevolent spirit of the crocodile which pursued her in the first book is slowly taking her over and consuming her mind. She must make yet more terrible choices in order to save herself and her sanity and to avoid another betrayal.
About the Author
Graham Wilson lives in Sydney Australia. He has completed and published eleven separate books, and also a range of combined novel box sets. He is working on two new books Published books comprise two series, 1.The Old Balmain House Series 2.. The Crocodile Dreaming Series He has also written a family memoir. Arnhem's Kaleidoscope Children The first series starts with a novel called Little Lost Girl, based on an old a weatherboard cottage in Sydney where the author lived. Here a photo was discovered of a small girl who lived and died about 100 years ago. The book imagines the story of her life and family, based in the real Balmain, an early inner Sydney suburb, with its locations and historical events providing part of the story background. The second novel in this series, Lizzie's Tale builds on the Old Balmain House setting, It is the story of a working class teenage girl who lives in this same house in the 1950s and 1960s, It tells of how, when she becomes pregnant she is determined not to surrender her baby for adoption, and of her struggle to survive in this unforgiving society. The third novel in this series, Devil's Choice, follows the next generation of the family in Lizzie's Tale. Lizzie's daughter is faced with the awful choice of whether to seek the help of one of her mother's rapists' in trying to save the life of her own daughter who is inflicted with an incurable disease. The Crocodile Dreaming Series comprises five novels based in Outback Australia. The first novel Just Visiting.is the story of an English backpacker, Susan, who visits the Northern Territory and becomes captivated and in great danger from a man who loves crocodiles. The second book in the series, The Diary, follows the consequences of the first book based around the discovery of this man's remains and his diary and Susan, being placed on trial for murder. The third book, The Empty Place, is about Susan's struggle to retain her sanity in jail while her family and friends desperately try to find out what really happened on that fateful day before it is too late. In Lost Girls Susan vanishes and it tells the story of the search for her and four other lost girls whose passports were found in the possession of the man she killed. The final book in the series, Sunlit Shadow Dance is the story of a girl who appears in a remote aboriginal community in North Queensland, without any memory except for a name. It tells how she rebuilds her life from an empty shell and how, as fragments of the past return, with them come dark shadows that threaten to overwhelm her. Graham has also just written a two part Prequel to this Series. It tells the story of the other main character, Mark, from his own point of view and of how he became the calculating killer of this series. The book, Arnhem's Kaleidoscope Children, is the story of the author's own life in the Northern Territory. It tells of his childhood in an aboriginal community in remote Arnhem Land, one of Australia’s last frontiers. It tells of the people, danger and beauty of this place, and of its transformation over the last half century with the coming of aboriginal rights and the discovery or uranium. It also tells of his surviving an attack by a large crocodile and of his work over two decades in the outback of the NT. Books are published as ebooks by Smashwords, Amazon, Kobo, iBooks and other major ebook publishers. Some books are available in print through Amazon Create Space and Ingram Spark Graham is currently writing a new novel, "Risk Free'. It is a story about corporate greed and how a company restructures to avoid responsibility for the things it did and the victims it leaves in its wake. Graham is in the early stages of a memoir about his family's connections with Ireland called Memories Only Remain. He is also compiling information for a book about the early NT cattle industry, its people and its stories. Graham writes for the creative pleasure it brings him. He is particularly gratified each time an unknown person chooses to download and read something he has written and write a review - good or bad, as this gives him an insight into what readers enjoy and helps him make ongoing improvements to his writing. In his non writing life Graham is a veterinarian who work in wildlife conservation and for rural landholders. He lived a large part of his life in the Northern Territory and his books reflect this experience.