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Title:
Blackwattle Creek (MP3)
Series:
Charlie Berlin #2
Written by:
Geoffrey McGeachin 
Read by:
Peter Hosking 
Format:
Unabridged MP3 CD Audio Book 
Number of CDs:
Duration:
7 hours 53 minutes 
MP3 size:
340 MB 
Published:
August 01 2012 
Available Date:
August 28 2012 
Age Category:
Adult 
ISBN:
9781743119266 
Genres:
Fiction; Australian Fiction; Crime & Thriller 
Publisher:
Bolinda audio 
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A cracking new Charlie Berlin mystery.

From the winner of the 2011 Ned Kelly Award for Best Crime Novel comes a cracking new Charlie Berlin mystery. It's September 1957, two days before the VFL grand final, and Detective Sergeant Charlie Berlin, former bomber pilot and ex-POW, finally has some time off. But there's no rest for Charlie, a decent but damaged man still troubled by his wartime experiences. A recently widowed friend asks a favour and he's dropped into something a hell of a lot bigger than he bargained for when he discovers a Melbourne funeral parlour has been burying bodies with parts missing. A Hungarian émigré hearse driver points Berlin in the right direction but it quickly becomes obvious anyone asking the wrong questions is in real danger. With his offsider beaten and left for dead, witnesses warned off, Special Branch on his case, and people he doesn't know watching his every move, Berlin realises even his young family may be in danger. His pursuit of the truth leads him to Blackwattle Creek, once an asylum for the criminally insane and now a foreboding home to even darker evils. And if Berlin thought government machinations during World War II were devious, those of the Cold War leave them for dead. Richly evocative of the period, Blackwattle Creek is a rattling good tale with a dry wit and a sobering core.

"Les Norton meets Clive Cussler."
The Geelong Advertiser