The Broken Shore - Peter Temple Reviews
Description:Genre: Crime / Thriller / Author: Peter Temple / ISBN: 1847240445 / Publication Date: 2007 / Publisher: Quercus ... more
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Most crime novels tend to be set in big cities - particularly London or New York, places with reputations for serious crimes. Few are set in small out-of-the-way towns or villages and even fewer in Australia. Broken Shore suggests there's a good reason for that. Joe Cashin is a homicide Detective who has fled from Melbourne back to his hometown following an incident which haunts him. When a local man is brutally attacked and killed Cashin investigates and starts to uncover a web of corruption and prejudice. The Broken Shore is not what you would call an action-packed novel. Rather than focusing exclusively on the murder and the hunt for the guilty ... Read the complete review
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