Kerry McGinnis was born in Adelaide and aged 12 took up a life of droving with her father and siblings travelling across the Northern Territory and the Gulf Country.
Now living in Bundaberg, her latest rural crime novel, Bloodwood Creek pairs lush descriptions of the landscape and thrilling mystery.
Set deep in the Northern Territory, persistent woman Emily goes searching for her missing young cousin Aspen across treacherous landscape, despite a serial killer said to be roaming the outback.
Kerry’s impressive list of bestsellers include Out Of Alice, Croc Country, Tracking North, Secret Of The Springs along with two volumes of memoir, Pieces Of Blue, Heart Country.
She was awarded Order Of The Outback in 2022 for her work in promoting the bush.
Now we have four copies of Bloodwood Creek to give away and we will post anywhere in Australia. Just answer three questions about the Outback. All correct answers will go in the draw. Winners names annouced in this webite.