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Dead heat / Peter Cotton.

By: Cotton, Peter, 1954- [author.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Cotton, Peter, Darren Glass: book 1.Description: 298 pages ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9781925713428; 1925713423.Subject(s): Australian Federal Police -- Fiction | Australia. Royal Australian Navy -- Fiction | Detectives -- Australian Capital Territory -- Canberra -- Fiction | Intelligence officers -- Fiction | Women -- Crimes against -- Fiction | Murder -- Investigation -- Fiction | Aboriginal Australians -- Fiction | Missing persons -- Fiction | Sailors -- FictionGenre/Form: Thrillers (Fiction). | Detective and mystery stories. | Australian fiction -- 21st century.DDC classification: A823.4 Summary: When the battered body of a young Aboriginal woman washes up onto a beach at Jervis Bay, Australian Federal Police Detective Darren Glass is brought in from Canberra to investigate. Glass quickly ties the murder to the disappearance of a sailor from the nearby naval base, and is forced to partner up with a senior intelligence officer from the Royal Australian Navy. Together they follow the trail of evidence to the red heart of Australia, where a confrontation with outlaw bikies and Aboriginal activists proves deadly. As the body count mounts and foreign links emerge, the conspiracy at the heart of the case becomes a threat to Australia's national security, as well as regional peace.
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When the battered body of a young Aboriginal woman washes up onto a beach at Jervis Bay, Australian Federal Police Detective Darren Glass is brought in from Canberra to investigate. Glass quickly ties the murder to the disappearance of a sailor from the nearby naval base, and is forced to partner up with a senior intelligence officer from the Royal Australian Navy.<br> <br> Together they follow the trail of evidence to the red heart of Australia, where a confrontation with outlaw bikies and Aboriginal activists proves deadly. As the body count mounts and foreign links emerge, the conspiracy at the heart of the case becomes a threat to Australia's national security, as well as regional peace

When the battered body of a young Aboriginal woman washes up onto a beach at Jervis Bay, Australian Federal Police Detective Darren Glass is brought in from Canberra to investigate. Glass quickly ties the murder to the disappearance of a sailor from the nearby naval base, and is forced to partner up with a senior intelligence officer from the Royal Australian Navy. Together they follow the trail of evidence to the red heart of Australia, where a confrontation with outlaw bikies and Aboriginal activists proves deadly. As the body count mounts and foreign links emerge, the conspiracy at the heart of the case becomes a threat to Australia's national security, as well as regional peace.

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