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Northern heat / Helene Young.

By: Young, Helene [author.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookDescription: 368 pages ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9780143799740 .Subject(s): Serial murder investigation -- Investigation -- Australia -- Queensland -- Fiction | Cooktown (Qld.) -- FictionGenre/Form: Australian fiction. | Romantic suspense fiction.DDC classification: A823.4 Summary: In remote northern Australia, Conor Stein is living under an assumed name and rebuilding his shattered life. Working at Cooktown's youth centre has given him the chance to make a difference again, and a chance to flirt with Kristy Dark. When he finds himself dragged into a murder investigation, with more lives at risk, he fights to the death to protect those he loves. After tragedy tore her family apart, Dr Kristy Dark fled home to the steamy north with her feisty teenage daughter, Abby. She hoped being part of the small community would help them both heal. When late one sultry night Conor staggers into the emergency department supporting a local fisherman with a gunshot wound, she has no inkling her world is about to be turned on its head. As a cyclone tears through Cooktown, cutting them off from the world, the real killer moves to silence any witnesses. With their lives on the line, Kristy will have to summon her courage and place her trust in Conor, or they'll both lose someone they love. A gripping new novel of high drama and desire by Australia's award-winning master of romantic suspense.
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Fiction YOUN (Browse shelf) Checked out 11/09/2019 i2144165
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In steamy northern Queensland, Conor is rebuilding his shattered life. Working at Cooktown's youth centre has given him the chance to make a difference again, and the opportunity to flirt with Dr Kristy Dark. The local GP is hiding her own secrets and struggling to raise her feisty teenage daughter alone.<br> <br> When a severe cyclone menaces the coast, threatening to destroy everything in its path, tensions come to a head - and the weather is not the only danger. Cut off from the world and with her life on the line, Kristy will have to summon her courage and place her trust in Conor, or they'll both lose someone they love.<br> <br> Praise for Helene Young <br> <br> 'This amazing writer of romantic suspense never ceases to thrill.' Good Reads <br> <br> 'I don't think there's a better romantic suspense writer out there at the moment.' 1 Girl 2 Many Books <br> <br> 'Helene Young just keeps getting better.' Write Note Reviews <br> <br> 'Helene Young has been compared to Nora Roberts ... and she doesn't disappoint.' New Idea

In remote northern Australia, Conor Stein is living under an assumed name and rebuilding his shattered life. Working at Cooktown's youth centre has given him the chance to make a difference again, and a chance to flirt with Kristy Dark. When he finds himself dragged into a murder investigation, with more lives at risk, he fights to the death to protect those he loves. After tragedy tore her family apart, Dr Kristy Dark fled home to the steamy north with her feisty teenage daughter, Abby. She hoped being part of the small community would help them both heal. When late one sultry night Conor staggers into the emergency department supporting a local fisherman with a gunshot wound, she has no inkling her world is about to be turned on its head. As a cyclone tears through Cooktown, cutting them off from the world, the real killer moves to silence any witnesses. With their lives on the line, Kristy will have to summon her courage and place her trust in Conor, or they'll both lose someone they love. A gripping new novel of high drama and desire by Australia's award-winning master of romantic suspense.

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