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Author Honey Brown and her newest release Through the Cracks
- Release Date: 23rd April 2014
- Genre: Psychological Thriller – Thriller – Mystery
- Publisher: Penguin Books Australia
- Meet the Author: Website – Facebook
- See Also: Review (forthcoming) – Review of Dark Horse – Book Trailer of Dark Horse
- Find the Title: Bookworld AU – Bookworld ePub – Amazon AU – Amazon US
Four-year-old Nathan Fisher disappears from the bank of a rocky creek. Did he drown or was he taken? The search for the missing boy grips the nation.
A decade later, young teen Adam Vander has grown tall enough, strong enough, to escape his abusive father. Emerging from behind the locked door of their rambling suburban home, Adam steps into a world he knows little of.
In the days that follow, with the charismatic and streetwise Billy as his guide, Adam begins to experience all that he’s missed out on. And he begins to understand that he has survived something extraordinary.
As the bond between the boys grows, questions begin to surface. Who is Adam really? Why was he kept so hidden? Was it just luck that Billy found him, or an unsettling kind of fate?
Unearthing the shocking truth of Adam’s identity will change the lives of many and put at risk a cast of flawed, desperate people. It’s a treacherous climb from the darkness. For one boy to make it, the other might have to fall through the cracks.
About the Author
Honey Brown is the acclaimed author of Red Queen, The Good Daughter, After the Darkness and Dark Horse. Honey’s first novel Red Queen was published to critical acclaim in 2009 winning an Aurealis Award.
Her second novel The Good Daughter was longlisted for the Miles Franklin Literary Award and shortlisted for the Barbara Jefferis Award in 2011. Her 2012 novel After the Darkness was selected for the Women’s Weekly Great Read and for Get Reading 2012’s 50 Books You Can’t Put Down campaign.