Jane was a career woman, rising to become a full partner in a successful advertising company. But w it's time to return home. It is a journey she has been meaning to make since her parents were tragically taken in a freak car accident five years earlier. The farm belonged to her w. It should have been a simple matter of tying up the estate, but Jane found it wasn't that easy. She was still grieving. Then she discovered she may t be the only claimant to the estate. Sifting through documents, she also discovered an agreement allowing mining exploration in the district, possibly involving her parents farm. Tim is a new neighbour who walks into her life and continues to help Jane through the series of obstacles she w had to face. There's resistance to the releasing of information surrounding the mining agreement as some locals still feared for their lives. Meanwhile, Jane also hires a retired police officer to help solve the mystery of the other claimant. Physical and mental struggles then plague her search and Jane has to dig deep to find the strength to see it through. Glenn Carley was a journalist working mostly in radio and television for more than twenty years before changing direction. His first vel was The Longest Dream in 2000, followed by The Dream Conspiracy 2001 and The Asian Connection 2002. The Search, is his fourth vel. Glenn lives in Hamilton, New Zealand with his partner, Sheree.