"Great opportunity for the right applicants: Western Australia. Housekeeper/companions required. Would suit young couple. Remote, rural location. Cooking, cleaning, gardening and caring duties. Applicants must be self-sufficient and resourceful". Cassie is at a turning point. She wants a child and a bigger commitment from Graham, her artist boyfriend. A year away with him, in the wilds of Australia, could be just the answer. The enigmatic Larry Drake and his strange wife Mara live in Woolagong, an immense farm at the edge of the desert. It is a place of bleak, breathtaking landscape, a world far away from civilization and London. But its remoteness can make Woolagong a dangerous prison. And the more Graham and Cassie begin to uncover the dark secrets of their mysterious employers, the more trapped they feel. Filled with suspense and menace, "As Far As You Can Go" is a psychological drama from the acclaimed Lesley Glaister.
Lesley Glaister teaches a Master's degree in Writing at Sheffield Hallam University. She is the author of eight novels which include Honour Thy Father, winner of the Somerset Maugham and a Betty Trask award, Easy Peasy, Sheer Blue Bliss and most recently Now You See Me.