'Betts offers young adult fiction at its best, successfully engaging a poetic literary aesthetic' Australian Book Review.... Living alone with his silent father and the shadow cast by his long-dead mother, Dustin waits. All he wants is to slip under the radar and survive what's left of high school; get through his work at the photo lab, get by. Beyond that lies real life. Then one Sunday, a single photo gets stuck in the processor and it changes everything. The bike in the picture is decent, for once, a Ducati Monster 620, cherry red. The woman beside it is striking too. What begins then as an innocent curiosity in Terri Pavish, her photography, her freedom, her speed, becomes something else, and the past swings full-circle to haunt him.
Used availability for A J Betts's Shutterspeed
December 2012 : Canada Paperback
June 2008 : Australia Paperback
July 2008 : Canada, UK Kindle edition