(Trial Bay series Book 1)
By PJ Byer
Angry and defiant, Stella runs away from home and lands in a small seaside village. It is overlooked by the forbidding ruins of Trial Bay gaol.
Stella hides out in the town and is disturbed by her growing confusion about her identity. Her mysterious flashbacks to the gaol one hundred years before are even more frightening.
What is reality? What is fantasy? And is the guy next door the one to help her solve the mystery?
Or will a stranger unlock the key to her past?
How does this book “tie” to the previous book listing?
Collision ties well to the previous book listing, Juliet’s Journey by Kathy Gates, because the main characters in both novels suffer the loss of their mother.
About the Author
PJ Byer is a Young Adult writer. She began to write the day after retiring from English, History and Drama teaching, inspired by the stories of Trial Bay gaol. PJ and her family holidayed at beautiful Trial Bay north of Kempsey, on the Australian mid-north coast, in the shadow of the ruins of the gaol where hundreds of World War One Germans had been interned.
PJ is married with two adult daughters, and lives on the Central Coast near the beach, an hour north of Sydney. Her interests include bushwalking, stand-up paddle boarding, theatre, music and singing, as well as volunteering for ShelterBox, a disaster relief charity.
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