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The Missing: The unputdownable crime thriller from bestselling author

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Josie has worked at Missing People since 2012 in a range of different roles across the organisation.

Helen is a passionate trainer and speaker covering the issues and needs of missing people, young people and those missing someone. Percy was supposed to have indicated that he believed he might have killed the Beaumont children, as he was in the area at the time, but he had no recollection of actually doing so. Over the years, as new leads and new theories emerged, the Beaumonts co-operated fully in exploring every possibility, whether it was claims that the children had been abducted by a religious cult and were living variously in New Zealand, Melbourne or Tasmania, or some clue that suggested a possible burial site for the children.The couple later divorced and lived separately, [12] having resolved to live their final years away from the public attention that followed them for decades.

I don't think this is the first of a series, as I think I read somewhere that her next novel will be about something different. The South Australia Police have interviewed O'Neill and discounted him as a suspect in the Beaumont case.Sarah, a quiet, introverted woman, is deeply affected by this disappearance, not only because it concerns one of her students but because it causes repressed memories and emotions concerning Charlie to come to the surface. Fingerprint technology had improved and the author was identified as a 41-year-old man who had been a teenager at the time and had written the letters as a joke. It had the same white body as the Light, but with lavender instead of black neck and tail feathers and a red comb it was supposed to resemble the Union Jack. Harry Phipps (died 2004), a local factory owner and then-member of Adelaide's social elite, came to attention as a possible suspect after the publication of the book The Satin Man: Uncovering the Mystery of the Missing Beaumont Children in 2013.

The case received worldwide attention and is credited with causing a change in Australian lifestyles, since parents began to believe that their children could no longer be presumed to be safe when unsupervised in public.As the world is coming to grips with COVID-19, we are learning there are quiet, heroes everywhere among us.

As each is recorded we spray them with marker paint on the shoulder for singles, on their tail for twins and across the rump for triplets.The fact that the case has never been explained has led to the story being continually revisited by the media, and by newer online sites, more than fifty years after the children's disappearance. I think this book was her debut novel and maybe not quite as well written but certainly still a good read.

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