Author(s): Carter, Alan
But contentment is not compatible with life in the Job, and soon a series of murders of Fremantle's homeless people gets in the way of Cato's newfound bliss. As New Wave journalist Norman Lip flirts online with the killer, it becomes apparent that these murders are personal - the every death is bringing the killer one step closer to Cato.
About the author:
Alan Carter was born in Sunderland, UK. He immigrated to Australia in 1991 and divides his time between the beach at Fremantle and life on a farm in New Zealand's South Island. He sometimes works as a television documentary director and in his spare time follows the black line up and down the local swimming pool. He is the author of four previous novels, including the Cato Kwong books Prime Cut (winner of the Ned Kelly Award for Best First Fiction in 2010), Getting Warmer and Bad Seed, and a standalone, Marlborough Man, set in New Zealand.
Number of Pages: 328
Publication Date: 20181029
Publisher: Fremantle Press
Product Form: Paperback / softback
Dimensions (LxWxH): 232 mm153 mm28 mm
Weight: 406 gr