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Catalyst

After a cave-in at Misty Depths Catacombs Wyoming, Renee finds herself stranded with a broken ankle and two strangers, Lem, a business man and a runaway teenager, Courtney. They must trust and depend on each other, not knowing whether they will survive the ordeal. The cave is the catalyst but the events depend on the new catalyst, Renee, who finds herself drawn into the lives of her companions. Select your Bookstore

Eagle’s Claw Lake

In the remote Eagle’s Claw Lake, Reid and Kate use their amphibian airplane to help Lorie escape from a commune led by a fanatical leader, Peter Littlejohn. But that is just the beginning of the terror as the truth about the commune is revealed and they desperately try to get help. Why has Erika, Lorie’s elder sister, returned and is found savagely beaten in the commune’s cabin cruiser?  Select your Bookstore

Shadows Behind

In 1999 Kosovo, refugee Niana Bolsa is abandoned by the Serbs to fend for herself in the mountains. In freezing temperatures, she finds two abandoned children that she takes to Albania. With all records destroyed, nobody queries her right to the children and they emigrate to New Zealand. There she meets Matt and love follows. But the terror so prevalent in her past surfaces with a vengeance.  Select your Bookstore

Broken Silence

Before his death, Ivan Biermann tells his granddaughter Kim about his arrival in New Zealand as a pilot from a German raider in the last days of World War Two. Mysterious containers were unloaded in Fiordland before his ship was sunk. Even after sixty-five years, danger still lurks for Kim as terrorists are also interested in finding Ivan’s secrets and will stop at nothing to obtain them.  Select your Bookstore

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About Ross

Ross Richdale is a New Zealand author of over 40 novels, both science fiction and contemporary that are sold as ebooks at all the major outlets.

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