Killer Climate

Rated 4.00/5 based on 1 reviews
A light cosy mystery… With an enviable campervan-surfie lifestyle & a handful of bush skills under his belt, Aussie Scott Chevalier heads to England to film the Campervan Bushman TV show. When things hit rock bottom & the director dies, no one suspects it could be anything but an accident. But as the evidence begins to mount, Scott realises the cold English climate isn't the only killer around. More
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About Alannah Foley

Alannah Foley... aka 'The Pyjama Writer'

Author of travel tales, light cosy mysteries, short fiction, and other maverick titles that won't fall in line...

Raised in the UK, Alannah lived in her Aussie birthplace for five years in her twenties, where mozzies regularly used her for target practice. She managed to return to Old Blighty devoid of shark or snake bite, however, and currently lives in picturesque Cornwall with her cycling-obsessed partner.

As an author, Alannah writes 'across the board' and loves bringing a sense of fun to her work. Since 2011, she has published mysteries and short fiction as well as travel tales and satirical portraits about life's foibles (some still in the pot!).

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About the Series: Campervan Bushman Mysteries
Light cosy-style mysteries with an edge of humour, a sense of adventure, and a hint of romance featuring Scott Chevalier, who's kinda like a young Crocodile Dundee with a campervan and surfboard.

Get WIPEOUT, the series prequel, for free - see link inside each book.

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Review by: Pete Anderson on June 9, 2016 :
I enjoyed this book. The Australian/British English may be off-putting to some, but I found it a refreshing change from hard-boiled American detective series. The characters were well-done and I could imagine each in my head. Not a long slog like a Steven King book but definitely a few nice twists-n-turns so you don't think you've got the whole thing figured out by the mid-point of the story. I'd give it 4.5 out of 5 stars.
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