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  • Hardcover
  • 352 pages
  • The Lost Man
  • Jane Harper
  • English
  • 05 February 2017
  • 1250105684

The Lost Man Two brothers meet at the border of their vast cattle properties under the unrelenting sun of outback Queensland, in this stunning new standalone novel from New York Times bestseller Jane HarperThey are at the stockman s grave, a landmark so old, no one can remember who is buried there But today, the scant shadow it casts was the last hope for their middle brother, Cameron The Bright family s quiet existence is thrown into grief and anguish Something had been troubling Cameron Did he lose hope and walk to his death Because if he didn t, the isolation of the outback leaves few suspects Dark, suspenseful, and deeply atmospheric, The Lost Man is the highly anticipated next book from the bestselling and award winning Jane Harper, author of The Dry and Force of Nature. New Read [ The Lost Man ] by [ Jane Harper ] – lemois-ess.org


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10 thoughts on “The Lost Man

  1. says:

    He couldn t simply leave, for a lot of reasons Financial Practical And not least because sometimes, quite a lot of the time, he felt connected to the outback in a way that he loved There was something about the brutal heat, when the sun was high in the sky and he was watching the slow meandering movement of the herds Looking out over the wide open plains and seeing the changing colors It was the only time he felt something close to happiness I rarely start my reviews with a quote, but I He couldn t simply leave, for a lot of reasons Financial Practical And not least because sometimes, quite a lot of the time, he felt connected to the outback in a way that he loved There was something about the brutal heat, when the sun was high in the sky and he was watching the slow meandering movement of the herds Looking out over the wid...

  2. says:

    Jane Harper is an author with real talent and a genuine knowledge of Australia and its landscape In this, her third book, she takes us into outback Queensland with its unimaginably huge cattle stations and its devastating dryness and heat.One major aspect of living in such a place is that the people must be independent as services we take for granted living in a city are not as available In this story, after Nathan and Bub find their brother dead there are no forensic specialists, no pathologi Jane Harper is an author with real talent and a genuine knowledge of Australia and its landscape In this, her third book, she takes us into outback Queensland with its unimaginably huge cat...

  3. says:

    Desolate, dangerous, remote and vast the Australian outback is a place I d bet I will never see Those who make it their home live a hard life coping with the savage heat of a vicious and unforgiving climate One mistake means death and preparation is essential The inhabitants know this so it makes no sense when two brothers find their middle brother dead in a godforsaken location and it appears he intentionally wandered off to his death A death caused by the elements of the outback is grueso Desolate, dangerous, remote and vast the Australian outback is a place I d bet I will never see Those who make it their home live a hard life coping with the savage heat of a vicious and unforgiving climate One mistake means death and preparation is essential T...

  4. says:

    ABSOLUTELY BRILLIANT.Jane Harper is a gifted writer She has the ability to evoke that dusty, dry, Australian countryside and use its atmosphere to build tension underneath an intriguing murder mystery that keeps you glued to the story from page one This book I found to be particularly clever, as there s no detective figuring things out there s just the Bright family, who are struggling to come to terms with the horrific death of brother son husband father uncle nephew, Cameron.It s told most ABSOLUTELY BRILLIANT.Jane Harper is a gifted writer She has the ability to evoke that dusty, dry, Australian countryside and use its atmosphere to build tension underneath an intriguing murder mystery that keeps you glued to the story from page one This book I found to be particularly clever, as there s no detective figuring things out there s just the Bright family, who are struggling to come to terms with the horrific death of brother son husband father uncle nephew, Cameron.It s told mostly from the perspective of Nathan, who is the eldest son and lives on a neighbouring property completely alone The lonely nature of the location seems so bleak to me, and it s hard to imagine this kind of town , where people live kilometres away from others, and spend days travelling out to fix fences around their lands, etc I have a vague idea about small Australian towns, having passed though plenty, but the vastness of thi...

  5. says:

    4.5 starsWith The Lost Man, Jane Harper returns to the blinding form of The Dry, creating a tense and powerfully atmospheric read that spirals ever inwards, a path that narrows with every revelation until there is only one possible perfectly formed conclusion It starts with a seemingly unexplainable death, one of three brothers found lifeless by the old stockman s grave, alone and a long, long way from help As a rancher, he knew better than to be without lifesaving supplies like shade and wate 4.5 starsWith The Lost Man, Jane Harper returns to the blinding form of The Dry, creating a tense and powerfully atmospheric read that spirals ever inwards, a path that narrows with every revelation until there is only one possible perfectly formed conclusion It starts with a seemingly unexplainable death, one of three brothers found lifeless by the old stockman s grave, alone and a long, long way from help As a rancher, he knew better than to be without lifesaving supplies like shade and water in the heat of the Australian outback it s a painfully fatal mistake So why was he there at all Thi...

  6. says:

    HER BEST BOOK YET.

  7. says:

    Review to be posted later as requested by the publisher.

  8. says:

    I love Jane Harper s books, and while I m sad I won t be seeing Aaron Falk aka bae in this one, I m still excited And I love that her books release so close to my birthday they re like extra presents

  9. says:

    They say third book s a charm do they I just made that up , and Jane Harper does not disappoint To say she s done it again is an understatement The Lost Man is every bit the page turner you expect and .The way Jane captures the landscape of the outback is like a character in itself you can feel the dust permeating your skin and clothing, the searing heat of the dry Queensland sun that seeps through every last corner The characters are almost the secondary stars, but nonetheless outsta They say third book s ...

  10. says:

    A bit of a slow burner but worth it.

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