by Mala Naidoo Publish: Aug 22, 2019Crime FictionThrillersSuspenseMysteriesHistorical FictionWomen's Fiction
Every Life Has A Season. Every Season Has A Challenge.
'On the Beach'—The year is 1978 in fictional Pontoon Bay. Vronegg Obrist’s silence on what she saw from the upstairs balcony… returns a year later. 'Cradle Promise' reveals a divisive cultural clash in the Naraka home. 'Stilled Heart' confronts the impact of war on the lives of Hans, Ingrid, and baby Lara, in a small, friendly town. 'Adrift' is Mai’s woeful escape to America. 'Moving On' is Anqui’s brave desire to bring change to the ancient traditions of his clan. Dreams and visions in 'Wandering the Earth' is the spine-chilling tale of Jacob, messenger of an old truth. 'The Call of The Outback,' set in Australia, follows retired Inspector Donovan to his hometown, where a long-forgotten crime resurfaces. 'Oceans Away' is an uncanny account of a series of events in the life of a writer, in search of her muse. 'Final View' is a nostalgic, pragmatic and humorous reflection of life as a glamorous mortician. 'Those Were the Days' charts the shenanigans of a group of university students who pass through the gates of deception, revelation, and loss of innocence.
The Rain—gut-wrenching and heartfelt stories with rain as the metaphor for life.
BIOGRAPHY Mala Naidoo is an Australian author. She has worked as a teacher in South Africa and Australia in secular and non-secular institutions. Her writing mission is, ‘in our angst and joy we are one under the sky of humanity’ upholding All Lives Matter.
Mala runs her website, Mala Naidoo’s Book World, and newsletter, offering writing inspiration, publication updates and gifted stories and poems for subscribers.
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