Ruck Nor

Rated 4.86/5 based on 29 reviews
Curiosity gets the better of Craig West when he hears a metallic 'bang' from the abandoned foundry. His attention is drawn to a figure at the window and he makes the decision to investigate.
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About Lisa Kime

Born in Sydney Australia in 1982. Love to travel and have seen most of Australia and the South Pacific regions. Married in 2011 in Darwin N.T. but have now moved to the country life in South East Queensland where my husband and I have set up home.

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James Jenkins reviewed on April 18, 2020

Not overly good, bad or original. I am not feeling the need to read other books in the series.
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R.W. Redwillow reviewed on Jan. 16, 2017

There is something very gothic about Australia, with it's convict past and abandoned industrial buildings; and so, I felt that this story tapped into that particular sensibility of ghosts, shadows, violence and supernatural creatures.
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WGACA reviewed on Dec. 18, 2015

Decent start to this series now I'm off to read book 2.
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LoraineT reviewed on Sep. 2, 2015

Interesting start to this story.
I have to admit the main character is a lot braver than I would have been in the same situation. Looking forward to reading part 2.
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ChrisWalker reviewed on Aug. 25, 2015

This is a good little introduction to Craig West.
Looking forward to reading the second in this mini series.
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Alan Campbell reviewed on Aug. 24, 2015

Small but a good read
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Shrimant reviewed on Aug. 24, 2015

I enjoyed the book.
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Samantha Kirk reviewed on May 28, 2015

I'm not really into sci-fi but I thought I'd read this little story.
I'm glad I read it.
Craig West gets curious about the sounds in an old foundry on his way home. That started something that he didn't expect. A most enjoyable read.
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John Spencer reviewed on May 1, 2015

Good flash sci-fi.
Looking forward to reading the next.
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Mary Clyde reviewed on April 29, 2015

A very good quick sci-fi flash. I'm looking forward to reading the next.
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