Detective Joe Cashin is a big-city cop who moves to a small coastal town in Australia with hopes for correspondingly “small” problems. However, when a local philanthropist is murdered, Joe is embroiled in a crime involving family, politics and power. Award-winning author, Peter Temple, is known for his sophisticated crime procedural novels and is often compared to his peers, Michael Connelly, Lee Child and Robert Crais.
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