Bradley Wynne


A showcase from the Way-Back-When and the Come-What-May. Fictional narratives in fact and in thought.


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Wagga BeachDetective Harry Kelso is told her favourite uncle is dead, but with no motive and little time, she must confront her own past to resolve the future.

Genre: Mystery/thriller/rural crime. ~130,000 words.



'The tree, long dead had fallen part across the walking track and part in the river.
“It’s like misery, Lotte,” said Henty outlining the ghostly fingers of wood making eddies in the stream.
“Sorry, Henty?”
“Death. It’s like misery. It welcomes company.”