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Fleur Ferris Fleur Ferris i(8321576 works by)
Gender: Female
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Fleur Ferris grew up on a farm in Patchewollock in North West Victoria. She worked for a number of years as a police officer and paramedic and is a writer of young-adult fiction. 

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y separately published work icon Found Sydney : Random House Australia , 2018 14330105 2018 single work novel young adult

'What happens when someone else’s past catches up with you?  Elizabeth Miller has always lived in Deni. In a small rural town, Beth’s biggest problem is telling her protective and fiercely private father that she has a boyfriend. But when her dad disappears before her and Jonah’s eyes, Beth discovers that he's not who she thought he was. Her family’s secret past has caught up with them, and someone wants her dead. Beth has been unwittingly prepared for this moment her whole life. Will it be enough to outrun – and outsmart – her hunters?' 

Source: Publisher's blurb.

2019 shortlisted Davitt Award Best Young Adult Book
y separately published work icon Wreck Melbourne : Penguin Random House Australia , 2017 11453777 2017 single work novel young adult

'Bad things happen. Fight to make things right. Or let it wreck your life.

'Tamara Bennett is going to be the first journalist to strictly report only good news. Finished with high school, Tamara is ready to say goodbye to her sleepy little town and part-time job at the local paper. O-weeks awaits, which means parties, cute boys and settling into student res with her best friend Relle. Things take an unexpected turn, however, when she arrives home to find her house ransacked and her life in danger. What is this mysterious note? And why does it mean so much to one of Australia’s most powerful media moguls?

'Caught between a bitter rivalry and dangerous family secret, who can Tamara trust? Or should she trust herself? ' (Publication summary) 

2018 longlisted Davitt Award Best Young Adult Book
2018 longlisted Inky Awards Gold Inky
y separately published work icon Black North Sydney : Random House Australia , 2016 9297153 2016 single work novel young adult thriller

'Ebony Marshall is in her final year of high school. Five months, two weeks and four days . . . She can't wait to leave the town where she's known only as ‘Black'. Because of her name, of course. But for another reason, too.

'Everyone says Black Marshall is cursed.

'Three of her best friends have died in tragic accidents. After Oscar, the whispers started. Now she's used to being on her own. It's easier that way.

'But when her date for the formal ends up in intensive care, something in quiet little Dainsfield starts to stir. Old secrets are revealed and terrifying new dangers emerge.

'If only Black could put all the pieces together, she could work out who her real enemies are. Should she run for her life, or stay and fight?' (Publication summary)

2017 longlisted Davitt Award Best Young Adult Book
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