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A morbid habit / Annie Hauxwell.

By: Hauxwell, Annie [author.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Hauxwell, Annie, Catherine Berlin: Publisher: Melbourne, Vic. : Penguin Group Australia, 2014Description: 293 pages ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9780143799665.Subject(s): Drugs -- Fiction | Berlin, Catherine (Fictitious character) -- Fiction | Australian | Women detectives -- Fiction | Russia -- FictionGenre/Form: Detective and mystery stories. -- Fiction -- Genre | Detective and mystery stories. | Detective and mystery stories.DDC classification: A823.4 Summary: Christmas is looming, and investigator Catherine Berlin is out of a job. Broke, and with a drug habit that's only just under control, she quickly agrees when an old friend offers her work. It's a simple investigation with a generous fee, looking into the dealings of a small-time entrepreneur. The only catch? It's in Russia.
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A midnight delivery. A sole eyewitness. No loose ends.Christmas is looming, and investigator Catherine Berlin is out of a job. Broke, and with a drug habit that's only just under control, she quickly agrees when an old friend offers her work. It's a simple investigation with a generous fee, looking into the dealings of a small-time entrepreneur. The only catch? It's in Russia.But when Berlin arrives in Moscow, things are not so straightforward. Shadowy figures stalk her through the frozen streets. She's kicked out of her hotel, her all-important medication confiscated by police. Strung out and alone, Berlin turns to her interpreter, an eccentric Brit named Charlie. But Charlie's past is as murky as Berlin's own, and when the subject of the investigation disappears, Berlin realises Charlie may be part of the web. The only way out is to hunt down the truth, even if it kills her.'Highly addictive . . . probably her best book . . . Most impressive is the plotting, which is complex and interesting all the way to the tense finale. Highly recommended.' Canberra Times'[Hauxwell's] growing army of fans may have to start learning how to manage an addiction of sorts.' West Australian'Annie Hauxwell has given us a heroine for our bleak new age . . . Catch the wave now, while it's building.' The Times

Christmas is looming, and investigator Catherine Berlin is out of a job. Broke, and with a drug habit that's only just under control, she quickly agrees when an old friend offers her work. It's a simple investigation with a generous fee, looking into the dealings of a small-time entrepreneur. The only catch? It's in Russia.

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