Who do you trust when everyone lies?
"A rip-roaring, irresistible page-turner" - Sunday Times
It’s the Swinging Sixties, post-war Australia is booming and the excitement of the city lures two young women to Sydney. Naïve, country-raised Rose is overawed by the glamorous worldly Margot who makes no secret of her social ambitions.
But it is a chance meeting with two debonair Europeans that draws them into a tragedy that will change each of their lives forever.
Fast forward over two decades later, and a leading investigative media team has begun investigating a long-ago murder on the sleepily opulent Northern Beaches. The locals are abuzz with speculation. Some have reason to feel nervous – including the police. Others, who have stayed silent for years, are at last tempted to tell the truth. A truth Margot and Rose could never have imagined.
From Sydney’s deceptive glitter to the grit of Warsaw under siege, Dark Side of the Harbour is a gripping story of courage, resilience, and deadly secrets – where only the strongest bonds survive.
"Move over Sidney Sheldon...Gripping, highly entertaining" - Sunday Mail