A DARK THRILLER
Travis is the night manager at the Cross Motel in Sydney’s notorious late-night district, Kings Cross. His life takes a drastic turn after a sex worker is brutally murdered on his shift.
Having broken up with his girlfriend and lost his dream of becoming a professional AFL player, Travis’s life is in shambles. With the police breathing down his neck and his ex-girlfriend asking him to find her missing partner, Travis has got his plate full, and more.
His search takes him to Melbourne, where he also has to find two missing girls. Travis realizes there’s only one way out: find the people responsible and bring them to justice. But can he make it out alive?
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About Sean O’Leary
Sean O’Leary has published two literary short story collections, ‘My Town’ and ‘Walking’. His novella ‘Drifting’ was the winner of the ‘Great Novella Search 2016’ and published in September 2017. He has published over thirty individual short stories and been shortlisted for the Booranga Fiction Prize twice. His short story ‘Fremantle’ was shortlisted for the Daylesford ‘Word in Winter Award’ in 2019. His crime novella ‘The Heat’ was published in August 2019. ‘Crime Double Feature Neo Noir’ featuring his novella ‘Preston Noir’ was published in January 2021. ‘Wonderland,’ his collection of short crime stories was published in the UK through ‘Close to the Bone Publishers’ on May 28th, 2021. His new crime novel ‘Going All the Way’ has recently been published by Next Chapter. His new collection of stories ‘Tokyo Jazz & Other Stories’ will be published in 2021/2 also by Next Chapter Publishers.
All books are on Amazon.
His interviews with crime fiction writers are on the Crime Time website.
He has schizophrenia, likes to walk all over the face of the Earth, loves cricket, supports Melbourne Football Club (a life sentence), travels a lot, is a film tragic and writes like a demon.