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Slaughter Park

Author : Barry Maitland
ISBN : 1925498905
Genre : Fiction
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• The final book in the critically acclaimed Belltree Trilogy that will resolve the extraordinary conspiracy that led to Harry's parents' murder. • A powerfully satisfying conclusion to the story that began with Crucifixion Creek and its sequel, Ash Island • By the internationally renowned crime writer Barry Maitland, author of the Brock and Kolla series • Harry Belltree has hit rock bottom. He’s lost his job in homicide, his wife Jenny has ditched him, and he’s gone bush up in Queensland. When Jenny goes missing, leaving their newborn daughter behind, the cops think she’s killed a man. They’re closing in on her - until a string of grisly murders in a Sydney park becomes their top priority. It’s up to Harry to find Jenny on his own. Are the cases connected? And what do they have to do with the accident that killed Harry’s parents? Will Harry find his answers, after all these years? • 'Another blistering book from the Ned Kelly Award-winning Maitland.' Readings • 'There are so many twists and turns in this book that it is reminiscent of a drive from Newcastle to Gloucester...Be prepared to shed a tear or two.' Newcastle Herald • Author lives in Maitland, NSW

Australian Crime Fiction

Author : Stephen Knight
ISBN : 9781476670867
Genre : Literary Criticism
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 Australian crime fiction has grown from the country's origins as an 18th-century English prison colony. Early stories focused on escaped convicts becoming heroic bush rangers, or how the system mistreated those who were wrongfully convicted. Later came thrillers about wealthy free settlers and lawless gold-seekers, and urban crime fiction, including Fergus Hume's 1887 international best-seller The Mystery of a Hansom Cab, set in Melbourne. The 1980s saw a surge of private-eye thrillers, popular in a society skeptical of police. Twenty-first century authors have focused on policemen--and increasingly policewomen--and finally indigenous crime narratives. The author explores in detail this rich but little known national subgenre.

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