By Garry Disher
“Excellent.”—Marilyn Stasio, the recent York instances e-book evaluation “Terrific, no-nonsense police procedurals.”—The Seattle occasions “A high-quality detective novel.”—The Globe and Mail (Toronto) the thrashing of a politically attached chaplain, a murdered making plans reputable, a fundamentalist church, racist bloggers, and traveling kids bedevil Inspector Hal Challis and his staff as he and Ellen Destry attempt to continue their new romantic courting from interfering with their paintings. Garry Disher is the writer of over 40 books for adults and kids. a prior secret within the Inspector Hal Challis sequence, Chain of proof, gained the Ned Kelly Award for most sensible Australian crime novel.
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She wanted above everything else to be a cool, collected person. She thought shed glimpsed that quality, very briefly, in the young woman detective on Trevally Street. What would it take? Leaving Adrian, according to Carmen. What are you doing? It was Mr Groot, squat and heavy in her doorway, wearing the kind of expression that said he didnt care one way or the other if she were ill, so long as he didnt have to do anything about it. * * * * John Tankard and Pam Murphy finished doorknocking Trevally Street and wandered back to the Villanova apartments, comparing notes.
Ambulance guys have taken the victim to hospital. Constable Murphys doing a doorknock along the street with Constable Tankard. The crime scene technicians arent here yet. DC Sutton from CIU, and the victims brother, name of Challis said, The brother? Whats he doing here? This is a crime scene. Crees face flickered, then cleared. He said he wanted to take toiletries and pyjamas to the hospital. Constable Sutton gave the okay, sir. Challis made to go in, then paused. Where was the victim found? There was a low hedge running beside the footpath.
Made an arrest? Not yet. Any suspects? Too soon to say. Hindmarsh grunted. After a pause he said, At least you have rank. I dont want this fobbed off onto a sergeant or a constable. Challis said nothing. Did you hear me? I want you to stay on top of this, Inspector. It will be treated seriously; as seriously as we treat all violent crime, Challis said, feeling like a public relations flak. Hardly reassuring, barked Hindmarsh. Mr Roe has done enormous good in the local community and I want his attacker brought to justice.