A NAIL-BITING SERIAL KILLER THRILLER ABOUT DETECTIVE INSPECTOR STEPHANIE SAXON'S FAILURES, LUST, AND DECISION TO MURDER.
Wu knows that Harrison’s grandmother is a murdering crime lord, and she knows that every criminal in Australia will be hunting for Harrison, but she does not know if the police will be a friend or foe. Wu must learn when to trust the kindness of strangers and when to battle without mercy if she’s going to kidnap and hide Harrison without any planning or preparation.
Wu rescues a child from a horrible fire in the Australian rainforest, but as she discovers the infant has Down syndrome, Wu realises the boy she has rescued is the wrong baby. She has left her son, Harrison, behind. Harrison is wrapped in flame between the collapsing tree trunks, and Wu decides to run from her life of prostitution and misery to make a new start with her stolen passenger, Harrison.
About Dan's Books
Dan writes Australian thrillers for readers who like to be surprised, immersed, and a little frightened.
Most ebooks available on Kindle Unlimited.
If you're looking for something rough, try "The Imposter." It's written from the perspective of thirteen kidnap victims.
Prefer something more dramatic? The rescue of Andy Crown in "Accidental Exposure" forces his lawyer parents to become deviants as they arm themselves against a legal system that has failed them too many times.
Accidental Exposure is the first Daniel Norrish novel highlighting issues around disabilities.
Dan believes that creating believable characters with disabilities in fiction can increase awareness and people's comfort in discussing disability issues. In Australia, one in five people are living with a disability, and the likelihood that a person will develop a disability increases with age.
Here are the stats: https://www.and.org.au/pages/disability-statistics.html
It would be great to see a comparable representation in fiction :)
All of Dan's future releases will include a character(s) with a realistic disability.
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