Black Night Orange Day
Hit-and-run, drug dealers, spiked drinks, a Queen Bitch, loneliness, friendship and love. All of it, and more, happened on one dark night around Wakehurst Parkway in the northern beaches of Sydney. Yet, as different as the frightening events seemed, there was a connection between them and those involved in them. Could it all be resolved before the dawning of the Orange Day? It seemed unlikely. More
It was a wet, black night. On Wakehurst Parkway in Sydney’s Northern Beaches there had been a hit-and-run, but despite the utter terror of the young man driving the car when he realised what he had done, it might not be all it seemed.
Meanwhile, teenage Lorry, better known to some others of her age as Queen Bitch, was having a party and at the same time trying to embarrass and humiliate a new student from her college. Bethany discovered Lorry’s plan, but could she mount a rescue mission before it was too late?
As if that was not enough, the local police had spotted a dog that appeared to have a human arm in its mouth, drug dealers were running amok, young tearaways were stealing cars and someone was shooting at them, one of the more senior residents of the area was doing his best to shock a local politician into taking action to protect wildlife, someone was spiking the drinks, and even with all that going on there might actually be love in the air.
And, bizarrely, all these events were linked. It was going to be one hell of a job to sort it out, and that was before the dawning of the Orange Day…
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