Exciting new crime from Alex Palmer, winner of the 2008 Canberra Critics Circle Award Two years have passed since top cop Paul Harrigan walked away from the New South Wales Police Force to be his own man. Since then his life has been a gift, and his home with his partner Agent Grace Riordan and their daughter a sanctuary. When a trafficked sex-worker is found brutally murdered in Sydney bushland, it should be just work for Grace. But the murder is too savage. And someone is watching them - perhaps Harrigan's old enemies, who want their pound of flesh. Grace's boss pushes her into a sting to catch the sex-worker's murderer, and she loses sight of just who is being hunted. In the end, who will be left looking into the eyes of a killer, with no place to hide? Suspenseful, smart and chilling - two of Australian crime's most memorable characters are in a race to save themselves from evil that even they have never faced before.
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About the Author
Alex Palmer is a Canberra based novelist who took up writing full time when she was made redundant from the Australian Public Service. Her first crime novel Blood Redemption won the Ned Kelly for Best First Crime Novel and the Sisters-in-Crime Davitt Award for best crime novel by a woman.
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