The Lost Man
Set in outback Queensland, Jane Harper’s newest novel The Lost Man is a suspenseful tale that pits family members against one another after the body of Cameron Bright is discovered at local landmark, the stockman’s grave.
The Lost Man was praised by The Woman in the Window author A.J. Finn as ‘Jane Harper’s third consecutive marvel’ that is ‘part family drama, part indelible ode to the Outback’ and by New Zealand Herald Weekend Magazine as ‘not only another superb thriller but a classic work of fiction’ that should attract the attention of Man Booker judges. The Age stated that Harper’s newest offering is ‘even better than The Dry’, a statement echoed by Weekend Australian who said it ‘surpasses her achievement in her multi-award-winning first novel’. Adelaide Advertiser commended Harper’s ability to ‘lay out each card at exactly the right moment’.
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