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The Kingfisher's Debt
The Kingfisher's Debt

The Kingfisher's Debt

12+

FICTION

314 Pages, x

Formats: EPUB

EPUB, $5.99 (US $5.99) (CA $7.99)

Publication Date: September 2018

ISBN 9781925759846

Rights: WOR

IFWG Publishing International (Sep 2018)

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Overview

Magic isn’t real, right?Within the small coastal city of Dunedin, local translator, Tamsin Fairchild has a reputation she hates. People think she’s psychic…Always hovering around and interfering in Tamsin’s life, part father-figure, part thorn in her side, Detective Jackson, is an old-school cop. Childhood friend to her deceased mother, Tamsin wonders could her mother have let an outsider in on the truth?Newcomer, rookie cop Scott Gale is forced to team-up with Tamsin when they investigate the disappearance of a newborn baby and a bizarre crime scene—satanic ritual or hoax?More and more the blame starts to point towards Tamsin... Tamsin must uncover who’s framing her, find the baby before it’s too late, unravel the mystery behind her elder brother’s disappearance, and stop Scott from entering a world not meant for human eyes.But Scott has family secrets of his own and Tamsin doesn’t know who to trust. But can you trust Tamsin? What if the person who saved your life is about to frame you for murder?

Author Biography

Kura Carpenter is a Writer and Graphic Designer based in the small but perfectly formed coastal city of Dunedin, New Zealand. She volunteers her time for several organisations including a group who make and wear Victorian clothes to promote the city by entertaining the tourists and who also fund-raise books for children visiting the Dunedin Public Hospital.Kura enjoys reading, practising calligraphy, doodling, sewing and constructing miniature furniture from ice-block sticks. A few years ago she was fortunate enough to adopt a retired racing greyhound and now wants everyone to experience the joy of sharing your house and heart with these gentle goofballs.