Great short mystery on The Ghan

  • Book: Wed, Then Dead on The Ghan (Celebrant Sleuth series)
  • Location: Australia, The Outback
  • Author: Hazel Edwards

Review Author: websynapse

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Hazel Edwards’ short sequel to ‘Celebrant Sleuth’ sets a mystery on an already mysterious train, one of Australia’s great iconic rides. Quinn returns with partner Art to explore a juicy plot full of all sorts of clues and red herrings, plus role-playing book clubbers testing assumptions on where reality ends and fiction begins. Quinn’s celebrant duties introduce culture and details from the Ghan’s 90 year history.

This is a great read for anyone fascinated by Australia’s long iconic train rides. You might need something longer for the Ghan’s actual 47 hours – this is more of a must-read for before you go!

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A story in which the location plays as important a role as the rest of your words.

2,500 word maximum, 750 word minimum

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