Not Forgiven

Claudia Cabriati is going back.
Back to Araneya, a place that harbours a shocking secret.
What really took place at Araneya all those years ago?
As Claudia battles for answers, she begins questioning her relationship with Saul Reardon, the man helping her.
With a fresh group of hostile players on their heels, time is paramount.
Will Claudia finally remember?
More importantly…
… will she want to? More
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About Neven Carr

There has rarely been a time in my life when I haven't read or written. Passions are strong and reading and writing are mine. I began writing my first book at ten-years-old. I never finished it.
Short stories, poems and songs I completed with ease but I never achieved the elusive novel.
I had some fantastic English teachers who continually encouraged me to explore the talent they believed I had. I began many novels, again never completing them. Life got too busy or perhaps that was just an excuse!
Eight years ago, I picked up my laptop and began writing. Since then I haven’t stopped. I not only completed my first novel ‘Forgotten’ but also four more in the ‘Araneya Series’. Maybe the timing was right; maybe I needed more life experiences. I don't know but working on my books is now my life.
I am fortunate to live in an author’s haven; a quaint fishing village on the east coast of Queensland, Australia. The sounds and smells of the nearby ocean, and of the surrounding natural wildlife, I find soothing and inspiring.
I hope you enjoy my debut novel, ‘Forgotten’.

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About the Series: Araneya Mystery
Set amongst the natural beauty of Australia’s eastern coastline and its richly forested hinterland, the Araneya Mystery Series are a set of five, fast-paced mystery thrillers, that explore the controversial nature of family love and protection, loyalty and self-preservation.

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