There is kidnapping, torture and murder afoot in the prestigious Sydney suburb of Dover Heights. When the revolutionary scientist Dr Reece and his loving wife go missing, one man is called upon to solve the mystery and dispense justice in his unique way.
Louie Breccia, an ex-cop turned private investigator, is desperate for cash and is willing to take on an job that comes his way. When he receives a visit from a long-legged beauty with a dead husband he snaps up the job, not knowing what he is getting himself into.
on July 06, 2013
A very good read. It drags you into an misty and mysterious atmosphere where anything is possible. It then wrings you out and leaves you wanting for more.
Another fine piece of work from AM Cullens, one of Australia's new and talented authors. Do yourself a favour and enjoy it now.
A Fairy Stole My Baby
on July 21, 2013
Not for children or the faint hearted! A true to life story of the battle to rescue kidnapped children from the evil Hook...some blood is going to be spilt - and is!
Would make a great movie! great story!
Searching for the Tree of Life
on Oct. 02, 2015
Adelise Cullens' descriptions of the land that she has created are vivid and tantalizing. They will remain in your mind long after you have finished enjoying the second Book in the Silent Lady series - Searching for the Tree of Life.
Back are Captain Ellie and her first mate and lover, Raven. Once gain they are pitted against a formidable and evil antagonist, who threatens to destroy all they love. Things get really complicated when the Kraken 'wakes' and you are in for a fast paced struggle between good and evil, between light and darkness.
The book is well written with very good character development. Cullens' skill in depicting each detail of the story is remarkable.
I recommend "Searching for the Tree of Life" for especially those readers who are not faint of heart.