The Kingdom Where Nobody DiesAuthor: Kimberley Starr
Featured in the November, 2004 magazine
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Twenty years after the first boy vanished along the Brisbane River, psychologist Madeleine Jeffries is called home to help untangle a chain of similar disappearances. To do so she must confront secrets and guilt from her own past.
The Kingdom Where Nobody Dies is an exploration of grief, responsibility and repercussions, and the way childhood actions can echo throughout our lives.
The book is rich with actions and situations that pose tantalising moral questions which the reader is left to fathom out. It finishes with the age-old unexpected twist in the last pages.
Review by: Judy O'Connor
Category:Fiction General Fiction