G.S. Bailey is an Australian farmer and indie author of romance novels. With his new release, Kangaroo Crossing, he has completed his Mystery Loves Romance series which includes a Man for Kate: Remains of a Local Girl, A Man for Claire: Secrets of the Widow Mulvane, A Woman for Jason: The Soccer Field Bones, A Woman for Blake: Lonely Desert Grave, A Woman for Matthew: The Trelor Sect Killings and A Man for Juliette: the Fontaine Children.
Guy Bailey’s books are super fun: a relaxing and entertaining escape from real life. The main characters are always vivid as well as easy to root for and identify with. His leading men are always good guys, and his leading ladies are always strong and beautiful. The supporting characters are interesting and sympathetic, and the mysteries are engaging and well-paced. With his books, you have the bonus of getting to take a little trip to Australia and learn a bit about its landscape and culture.
Kangaroo Crossing, his brand new release, wraps up a multi-faceted case that winds through a number of his novels, but you don’t necessarily have to read the others first. Journalist Blake Malone is investigating a serial killer, and his journey takes him to Madeline’s rural ranch. Her mother was murdered by the killer years ago, and both of them long to give closure to the families of the killer’s other victims. Watching them fall in love as they work together is a pleasure, and the depictions of Australian ranch life add a wonderful sense of adventure. If you are traveling this holiday season, or you need a break from the family and the stress and all the hustle and bustle, I definitely recommend Kangaroo Crossing.