By Garry Disher
“Delightful. . . . purchase IT.”—New York journal “Engrossing.”—Kirkus reports (starred) “Moody, artistic, and intensely tough to place down.”—Booklist (starred) “The tale is stuffed with unforeseen twists and very good clues.”—Library magazine (starred) Hal Challis’ sister summons him again to the small city the place he grew up; his father is death. whereas Challis’ prior comes again to hang-out him, Ellen Destry is left to discover a serial pedophile ahead of he moves back. Garry Disher is the writer of over 40 books for adults and kids. Chain of proof gained the 2007 Ned Kelly Prize for most sensible Australian Crime Novel.
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There rose between Challis and his sister a knot of unresolved feelings: Challis had escaped, Meg hadnt. Im sorry. She brightened. Youre here now Challis had asked for a month, but McQuarrie, his boss, a superintendent in regional command headquarters, had clearly thought that excessive. As if he wants my father to hurry up and die, Challis had thought at the time. I have several weeks of accrued leave owing to me, sir, hed said. And Sergeant Destry is perfectly capable of holding the fort until I get back.
He nodded. Ill square it with the boss. He meant Superintendent McQuarrie. It was said that he was McQuarries spy, but that could be a good thing if he was also able to drum up support when it was needed. Thanks, Kel. Well find her, Ells, dont worry. Kellock was bulky and confident. Ellen felt a little better about everything. * * * * Finally she headed up to the city, striking heavy traffic. It took her ninety minutes to reach. Melbourne and then find a car park near the Supreme Court. It was two oclock by the time she entered the courtroom, and she was dismayed to see McQuarrie there.
It wouldnt be fair. She had to do this alone. * * * * 25 Detective Inspector Hal Challis was one thousand kilometres away, in the far mid-north of South Australia, crossing a barrier of stony hills on a hazardous switchback road at a point known as Isolation Pass. Drivers had been killed on the Pass. Challis knew to take it cautiously that Friday afternoon, climbing the upward slope in his rattly old Triumph, braking for the downward. Before long he caught sight of Mawsons Bluff, his glimpses of the little settlement interrupted by guardrails, then rock face, one alternating with the other.