I can't really go further without giving away too much. However, this book does leave you with some questions. So you have to ask yourself whether it's better to leave a book with a bit of mystery or to completely tie up the ending nice and tidy without loose ends. In a series, you might want to leave things a little open like that. But some people prefer no loose ends in a stand-alone. I think that leaving a little mystery gives you something to ponder on afterwards. It certainly has for me. And the angry kangaroo in the book left me questioning just how sweet and cuddly those animals are.
Something red lay in a heap on her doorstep. She crept closer, wrinkling her nose as the buzz of flies led her to a pile of animal entrails. Slick with blood, like mangled tubes from bike tyres, they stained the concrete.
Deep in the Australian bush, wildlife ranger Lisa Thomas must uncover the truth behind a giant white kangaroo and the strange deaths connected to it, while dealing with the return of her abusive ex, Ben, whose rage is quickly growing out of control.