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Publisher Description

The world is in economic meltdown, but a mining town on the edge of nowhere is booming. With the town's population exploding, it's easy enough to hide a crime—or even a dirty past. Banished to the stock squad after the fallout from a police frame-up, Detective Senior Sergeant Cato Kwong is brought in from the cold to solve the case of a torso washed up on the wild shores of the Great Southern Ocean. When Kwong's investigation lifts the lid on the exploitation of migrant workers and disturbs an even darker criminal mind, the fallen cop faces powerful opposition. Drawing in globally relevant issues, such as immigration, racism, and the economic crisis, this is a humorous and tightly plotted crime narrative.

GENRE
Crime & Thrillers
RELEASED
2011
1 September
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
320
Pages
PUBLISHER
Fremantle Press
SELLER
Chicago Review Press, Inc. DBA Independent Publishers Group
SIZE
2.4
MB

Customer Reviews

Magstar2 ,

Good story, terrible typesetting

This book needs a lot of work, the story and characters are engaging, the plot a little messy but overall a good read. But the typesetting is dreadful and makes the book near impossible to read. Whoever decided to separate paragraphs with a line space rather than indenting the first line shouldn’t be in the job. When there is a change in the narrative it’s near impossible to tell. Just because it’s a digital book doesn’t mean sloppy workmanship is acceptable.

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