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|Format: ||Paperback, 400 pages|
|Published In: ||Australia, 26 August 2014|
Detective-Inspector Debra Hawkins has domestic violence in her sights. But as head of a new police unit targeting violence against women, she has hit a wall of silence. How can she help Rana al-Sheikly, a young woman who yearns for the freedom to lead her own life while her brothers are planning to send her into a forced marriage in Iraq? And what is the connection between these men and the crime gangs that are running rife in the suburbs? A series of anonymous emails has Deb following her personal secrets, too - back to her childhood and the murder of her police sergeant father. Who is digging up the past, threatening Debra's hard-won career, and even her life? In the tradition of the bestsellers that made her name - FORTRESS and WHIPPING BOY - Gabrielle Lord taps straight into the issues that create the headlines.
About the Author
Gabrielle Lord is widely acknowledged as one of Australia's foremost crime fiction writers. She is the author of fourteen adult novels, and her stories and articles have appeared widely in the national press and anthologies. Her contemporary psychological thrillers are informed by a detailed knowledge of forensic procedures. One of her series for young adults, the award-winning Conspiracy 365, has been sold in thirteen countries and adapted into a television series. In 2012, Gabrielle Lord received a Ned Kelly Lifetime Award for Crime Writing. Previously, she won a Ned Kelly award for Death Delights and shared a Davitt award for Baby Did a Bad Bad Thing.
Harrowing...and irresistibly readable - Jeffery Deaver on Baby Did a Bad Bad Thing A complex, masterfully paced story peppered with memorable characters and superb dialogue - Sydney Morning Herald on Feeding the Demons Shattered puts Gabrielle Lord in the international front rank of female crime writers - The Australian Lord is as good as Patricia Cornwell - The Sunday Age on The Sharp End
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