A fresh, fast–paced cocktail of a heist, a good cause and some seriously unexpected consequences...
Jackson Rich is an unlucky man – he's lost his job, his house and it looks like he's going to lose the love of his life. To buy his terminally ill wife Candice more time, he'll try just about anything. Including robbing a bank, on the one day of the year everything shuts down: Melbourne Cup day.
To do it, Jack has to call in a promise from his old gang. It's been a long time since they were all together, but they would do anything for him – at least that's what he's banking on. Nothing could possibly go wrong. Until a couple of kids overhear Jack and his gang planning the robbery, that is.
Even after thirty–odd years as a cop Detective Steel has never been presented with a scenario like this, but he has to act upon the tip–off he's been given. Somewhere in Brisbane, sometime during the running of the 1992 Melbourne Cup, a bank is going to be robbed. But to catch the thieves, Steel must let the heist happen. He's about to make the quickest bust in history. What could go wrong?
Kendall Talbot is an award winning author, thrill seeker and a hopeless romantic. She has travelled extensively, 36 countries and counting, and she's addicted to experiences that make her scream - white water rafting, scuba diving with sharks, and hang gliding are just a few. Her stories reflect her sense of adventure and her long running love affair with her very own hero.
Kendall collects junky jewellery and expensive perfume, her favourite night out is with great friends and a fabulous bottle of wine or two, and she rarely watches TV. She lives in Brisbane with her hubby, her two grown boys, and her little dog, Josie McLuvin.
Her debut novel Lost in Kakadu received a clutch of award nominations and won the exclusive Romantic Book of the Year.
Drop into Kendall's website sometime: www.kendalltalbot.com.au