In the autumn of 1944, George Starling prepares to exact revenge on the person he hates most in the world (and Starling has a long list of people he hates), Detective Joe Sable of the Melbourne Homicide division. Driven by his dark passion for Nazism, Starling is going to make sure that nothing and no one will stand in his way and survive.

Homicide is in turmoil. Riven by internal divisions and disrupted by the war, it has become a dangerous place for Joe to work. Constable Helen Lord, suspended from her position in Homicide, and battling grief, is also in Starling’s sights. Knowing that Inspector Titus Lambert can’t protect them from Starling’s ruthless aim, Helen and Joe decide to set their own trap. But when the trap is sprung, who will be caught in it?

The Autumn Murders is a stylish, historical whodunit, written with wit and insight into the dark corners where the worst of us hides. 

Author

Robert Gott

Robert Gott was born in the small Queensland town of Maryborough in 1957. He is the author of Good Murder and many books for children, and is also the creator of the newspaper cartoon The Adventures of Naked Man. He lives in Melbourne.

Country of Origin

Books:

Series: Holiday Murders

Book Number:
3
2019
Book Number:
2
2015
Book Number:
1
2013

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ISBN
9781925713466
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3

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