A gripping thriller about losing family, fighting injury, and murder.
There were three of them in the car before the accident; now there are two.
Where is Andy? Why do the police, the paramedics, and the firefighters ignore his mother, Annette, as she begs them to disregard the thin trickles of blood running from her scalp. No one is listening as she pleads with them all to please, PLEASE, find her son. Brian, Andy’s father, is unconscious in the destroyed car, but Andy is still out there somewhere. Andy must be nearby. He must be washed with the red and blue flashing emergency lights and accosted by the shriek of sirens. The smell of petrol is getting stronger, and Annette can see the panic on everyone’s face.
Soon there will be fire.
WHERE IS ANDY?
This novel includes two versions of the same gripping story. Choose to follow Andy’s mother as she fights for her son’s survival, or follow his father as he’s dragged deeper into Sydney’s underworld.
You are invited to travel back and forth from one parent’s perspective to the other, or read through the entire epic novel for the whole picture.
When they find where Andy sleeps in the darkest hours of the night, how far will they go to get him back?
An AUSTRALIAN suspense thriller with a kidnapped child and the mother who must become a vigilante to rescue her son.
★★★★★ “This one leaps off the page and grabs your attention like a vise. Intriguing with more twists than a mountain road. It is not for the squeamish, the fights and accompanying injuries are quite convincing in detail. I was at first confused with how slowly my progression seemed until I finally understood the authors remarks- there are actually two versions of the novel included. As far as I am concerned, this is a “don’t miss” book.”
★★★★★ “Great book! Two books in one, the same story told twice with the husband and wife changing roles and personalities.”
★★★★★ “Fantastic read. I lost sleep not wanting to put it down!”
★★★★★ “You’ll be captivated from the start.”
★★★★★ “I couldn’t put this book down. I wanted to read both versions. It was just that good! I recommend reading it!”
Dan is a disability support worker caring for people with complex physical barriers and wonderfully quirky personalities.
Accidental Exposure is the first novel he’s written that explores disability through fiction with a character who loses their sight because of an acquired brain injury that damages the optic nerve.
The novel Dan wrote most recently follows the kidnapping of an infant diagnosed with Down Syndrome. Next, he will release a crime series highlighting the life of a family with a child on the autism spectrum after the child is abducted from a speech pathologist’s house.