SARAH ARDEN is a forensic technician with a special talent and a
medical abnormality. She can profile a person's passions from a
fingerprint, yet due to disease has no classifiable fingerprints of
her own. On a cold winter night, Sarah is called to Melbourne's
Williamstown Beach where a young woman has been murdered. When
Sarah attempts to print the girl, she notices that the fingerprints
have been removed. Sarah not only identifies the girl but discovers
that beneath the facade of the young woman's life as an
environmental activist and anthropology student lies a web of
ritual, secret protest groups, and a fractured family determined to
destroy each other at any cost. In a city of transition, where
progress takes precedent over history, rivers mysteriously flow
backwards and forgotten citizens turn to the superstitions of the
past, Sarah discovers she is facing an evil that has broken the
most sacred law of nature. CAROLYN BEASLEY is an award-winning
short story writer. This is her first novel. PRAISE FOR CAROLYN
BEASLEY'S WRITING ..".has the quality of an exquisite mathematical
equation." Fiona Capp" "An amazing story, really arouses the
tactical responses of the reader. My fingers tingled." Ania Walwicz
"Imaginative...and beautifully developed." Lyn Hatherly Wilson.
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