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Summary

Detective Alan Auhl does things his own way - and gets results. He works cold cases now. Like the death of John Elphick - his daughters are still convinced he was murdered, the coroner not so sure. Or the skeleton that’s just been found under a concrete slab. Or the doctor who killed two wives and a girlfriend and left no evidence at all....

©2017 Garry Disher; 2018 W. F. Howes Ltd (P)2018 W.F. Howes Ltd

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Good characters but overall story didn’t hold together

Too many moving parts: The various story lines were interesting & some of the characters were compelling...but pacing was clearly off, & nothing really developed with the depth to make it a cohesive novel.