Translated summary: American explorer and private investigator Josh Anderson has founded a private investigative office in Sydney, Australia with his Australian wife and partner, Aboriginal Frances Dee. A seemingly harmless mission leads the two into dangerous bushes of lies and enmities, forcing them into a race between a murderer who well disguises his face.
'Translated summary: The Andersons receive a cry for help from a friendly rancher from the Central Australian Outback. A decade ago, as always, the ranch had hosted a number of tourists at Christmas time when the ranch daughter's sudden and unexpected death tore the family apart. The Andersons come with their team out into the outback and expect Jackaroos and Dingos even more hostilities.' (Publication summary)
'Translated summary: The mysterious death of a good friend calls Anderson Agency employees on the scene. Far from their usual territory in the Australian states, the trail leads the investigators to New Zealand, to the metropolis of Auckland. Exactly when a big international sailing competition is taking place and attracting thousands of visitors.' (Publication summary)
'Translated summary: A new case for the private investigator agency, the Anderson Agency in Sydney, Australia. The outdoor shots, which are part of the filming of a historical film, will include parts of the outdoor shots in northwestern Australia. The filming location is part of the "Bungle Bungle" region, a dry and rocky landscape in the 'Kimberley' area. The filming, which has been in full swing for several days, has seen a series of puzzling deaths among crew members of the film crew. The Anderson agency is commissioned to investigate and investigate whether, as the film company claims, it is an unfortunate chain of accidents. The Anderson Agency is hired by one of the stars of the film personally, without the knowledge of the production management. Undercover some employees of the agency are introduced to the film crew and investigate on the spot. They find out that the deaths are by no means accidents, but murders and the reasons are events that happened long ago.' (Publication summary)