Geoff Barlow is an Australian author who writes mystery and adventure novels, loves the great outdoors and teaches information science at a regional university. He grew up and still resides in rural South-East Queensland, the setting for many of his stories.
Geoff’s runaway novel Moonlight Express is a spine-tingling mystery set in the tranquil Mirambeena Valley. The year is 1977, and a ghostly train is stalking the region’s abandoned and derelict rail lines. Corruption and political skullduggery are hindering a proper investigation, but high profile lawyer Tessa Scott is determined to find out exactly what’s going on – with danger round every curve of the track!
‘Geoff Barlow's book, Moonlight Express, is a must for all mystery lovers’
‘Thrilling suspense – A wonderfully written tale of intrigue and secrecy’
The Missing Cases novellas:
‘Avengers fans will probably even hear the familiar theme music start up in their heads as soon as they see the covers and read the introductions: I did… Great after dinner reading’
JOHN COKLEY, SUNDAY MAIL, Australia
Geoff Barlow is an Australian author of fiction and non-fiction, and also a professional librarian and academic. Between 1989 and 1994, he wrote “the Missing Cases”, a series of authorised novellas based on the famous 1960s TV series The Avengers.
Geoff’s non-fiction articles have appeared in newspapers, lifestyle magazines, academic law journals, library reviews and TV fanzines. His articles on notable Queensland Governor Sir Walter Campbell, co-written with Professor James Corkery, were acknowledged in 2015 with an invitation to Government House.
Geoff’s latest novel Moonlight Express is a rollicking tale of mystery and high adventure set in picturesque Southern Queensland, the first in a series featuring high-profile lawyer and amateur sleuth Tessa Scott.
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