A federal election campaign is thrown into chaos when a popular government minister goes missing and then turns up dead on the shores of Lake Burley Griffin.
Read Caroline Baum's Review:
It’s essential to be able to trust a writer has got the details right in a whodunnit. Authenticity is guaranteed in this case, because the author is a former political staffer and journalist and he knows how Canberra works from the inside and how the media feeds on and fuels intrigue.
It all starts with a Minister found murdered by Lake Burley Griffin in the middle of an election campaign . But there are more bodies to discover and it seems that several of the nation’s most prominent figures have motives to kidnap and kill. When the world of politics, the media and the police collide, egos, reputations and ambitions collide.
Detective Darren Glass navigates a world of shifting allegiances, half-truths and blame shifting that sound all too familiar as we edge closer to the next federal election in a climate of bitterness, suspicion, fear and cynicism.
Number Of Pages: 320
Published: 26th June 2013
Publisher: Scribe Publications
Dimensions (cm): 21.0 x 13.8 x 2.8
Weight (kg): 21.0