Zombie by Ernest Bywater
An Australian soldier is killed in Afghanistan.
Some years later, an eleven year old girl is abducted from near her school in a rural town of New South Wales, Australia.
A strange man in worn Army desert camos discovers the girl, but she has a very rare blood group and is bleeding to death. It is a race against time.
The local community pulls together to try to save her life by donating blood. Neighbours and strangers are determined to help the girl and give her sister their support.
Even a nearby Army base gets involved, because she is the daughter of a well respected officer who died in Afghanistan.
During the first few days of her stay in the hospital there are some mysterious incidents and some interesting revelations.
This is an exciting and thought-provoking story by a clever and original writer.
Hell Hound by Ernest Bywater
‘Once a Marine, always a Marine.’ was the code he lived by….
This is the story of a man whose dictionary had no definition for the term ‘impossible’…an exceptional man who wouldn’t let his superiors stop him from doing what he saw as his duty, even if he had to do it himself after being retired.
The story is told from the perspective of his niece who’s concerned about how the authorities are trying to rewrite his life for their own purposes.