1 December 2011

Forgotten Book: VANISHING POINT, Pat Flower

This contribution to Pattinase's Friday's Forgotten Books comes from my records in 1994.

VANISHING POINT by Pat Flower was originally published in 1975, and re-released by Wakefield Press as part of their Crime Classics series in 1993. It was the first of three thrillers written by this Australian author before her suicide in 1978. 


Cruel, egotistical Noel, a thistledown, a cheap balloon whisking willy-nilly away from the piercing, deflating needle of her fine judgment. Geraldine needs to keep her cool through the highs and the lows, but it's maddening when Noel keeps missing the point. The trek up north was grueling, yet every plant and bird she saw, every sweaty, purposeless mile she crossed, convinced her that they were made for each other. Back home in Sydney, when there's still a gap between them, he has to be made to see.

You can read some of this book online at Google Books

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Kerrie - Oh, now this is interesting! I always like it when you share a book that I haven't known of before. This one's got my interest...


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