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Winner of the Ned Kelly Award for crime fiction.

Anne Carson is fifteen, beautiful, wayward. Abducted. The rich Carsons have closed ranks and summoned Frank Calder, subject to strict instructions. This is not the first kidnapping in the Carson family and hard lessons have been learned.

But are the two events connected? And is greed the motivation? Revenge? Or could it be something else? To find out, Frank Calder must go beyond his brief. And his every step into the darkness may end a girl's life.

'No summary or catalogue of details will do it justice. Read it for the writing and for where it says this sort of novel is today.' Age

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Shooting Star by Peter Temple
February 22nd, 2014
This was my final Peter Temple book after reading them all. I love his flawed characters, the identifiable Australian / Melbourne land and streetscapes and the reality that things don't always end well. His stories become more complex throught the book, as is certainly the case here, and he makes you realise that you never really know what people can be capable of or what they might be hiding. He doesn't make it easy for you and you have to think and put things together youself. Again, a great story that I will have to read again!
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