Conspiracy 365 The First Collection - Gabrielle Lord Set of 6 new softcover books
The First Collection
Books 1 - 6 in the series: January, February, March, April, May, June
by GABRIELLE LORD
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Set of 6 new softcover books, 192 pages in each book. Suitable for children aged 9 and older
Callum Ormond has been warned. He has 365 days
The countdown has begun....
January - On New Year's Eve Cal is chased down the street by a staggering, sick man with a deadly warning..They killed your father. They'll kill you. You must survive the next 365 days! Hurled into a life on the run, with a price on his head, the 15-year-old fugitive is isolated and alone. Hunted by the law and ruthless criminals, Cal must somehow uncover the truth about his father's mysterious death and a history-changing secret. Who can he turn to, who can he trust, when the whole world seems to want him dead?
February - So far he's been attacked by sharks, blamed for a vicious assault on his family, kidnapped by two criminal gangs, and left to drown in a fast-filling oil tank . . . He's a hunted fugitive who'll do anything to survive. But is Cal desperate enough to befriend a traitor with killer connections? Or risk returning to the scene of his attempted murder? Should he meet with a mysterious informant, when it could be a set-up? Callum Ormond has been warned. He has 334 days. The countdown continues
March - The cops and criminal gangs are unrelenting-they want him behind bars . . . or dead. The stakes are getting higher, but all the clues to the Ormond Singularity just lead to more puzzles, and more danger. Thwarted at every turn, it seems Cal has no hope of finding the answers. Is there anyone he can trust? The clock is ticking. Any second could be his last. Callum Ormond has been warned. He has 306 days. The countdown continues . . .
April - He knows if they succeed, any hope of seeing Gabbi alive again is remote. He has to get away, but how can he leave a man to drown? If Cal survives this, he must find a way to save his comatose sister, decipher the meaning of the precious Ormond Riddle and keep his friends and family safe. Even if he does make it to December 31, how will Cal ever have a normal life again? The clock is ticking. Any second could be his last. Callum Ormond has been warned. He has 275 days.
May - The sound of screaming fills the air. Cal's identity has been stripped from him and he's been locked up in an asylum where danger lurks on both sides of the bars. He has no idea who has put him there, but the doctors are convinced Cal-Ben Galloway-is delusional, and have no intention of setting him free. Cal can't reach Great-uncle Bartholomew or solve the Dangerous Mystery of the Ormonds when he's wearing a straightjacket... No-one believes a word he says-not even the truth can save him now.
June - There's no time to think about his dead great-uncle-Cal must dodge the cops and crims, and return to his pursuit of the Ormond Jewel. Convinced Sligo has the Jewel, Cal embarks on a dangerous break-in mission to retrieve it. He hopes it will give him the answers he needs, but what if it reveals another menacing mystery? Stealing from his enemies could prove to be a fatal mistake...
The clock is ticking. Any second could be his last. Callum Ormond has been warned. He has 215 days.
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About the author
Gabrielle Craig Lord (born in Sydney on 26 February 1946) is an Australian writer who has been described as Australia's first lady of crime. She has published a wide range of writing including reviews, articles, young adult fiction, short stories and non-fiction, but she is best known for her psychological thrillers.
Gabrielle went to school at Kincoppal Rose Bay School at Rose Bay, and university at the University of New England in Armidale where she did her Honours degree in Victorian Literature. She worked as a teacher, and as a public servant with the Commonwealth Employment Service. In 1978, with the support of a New Writer's Fellowship, she took a year off work to write full-time. The novel she wrote during the majority of that time, A Death in the Family received a bad reader's report so Lord put it aside and in the remaining three weeks of her year off wrote Fortress, which was an instant success and, with the money from the film rights, she was able to leave paid employment in 1983 and return to full-time writing.
Lord's other interests include animal welfare, and a type of spirituality that is manifested in appreciation of the music of the Taizé Community, a spiritual community in France. Ms Lord likes cats. She lives in a Sydney beach-side suburb. She has one daughter and 4 grand daughters.
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Conspiracy 365 The First Collection 6-Book Set by Gabrielle Lord
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