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|Location||Call Number / Copy Notes||Barcode||Shelving Location||Status||Due Date|
|Detroit Lakes Public Library||VIS (Text)||33500012800652||New||Available||-|
|Mahnomen Public Library||VIS (Text)||33500012800645||New||Checked out||09/06/2019|
- ISBN: 9781782274551
- ISBN: 1782274553
- Physical Description: 335 pages ; 20 cm.
- Publisher: London : Pushkin Vertigo, 2018.
|General Note:|| Sequel to: Resurrection Bay.
|Summary, etc.:|| A woman accosts Caleb in the street, asking for help. Minutes later, she's dead. The search for her killer will take Caleb back to his hometown of Resurrection Bay, where all it takes is a single spark to ignite an inferno of violence.
- Booklist Reviews : Booklist Reviews 2018 September #2
You'd think that a dead partner and an estranged wife would be enough to discourage Australian PI Caleb Zelic from investigating another murder. But you'd be wrong. A young woman uses what is apparently hastily learned sign language to ask Caleb to help her moments before she is run over by a van. The police and the woman's wealthy father say it was an accident. Caleb's gut tells him she was murdered to keep her from talking to himâironic as Caleb lost most of his hearing as a child. Caleb's search for answers takes him back to Resurrection Bay, where his brother, Ant, is managing his newfound sobriety and Caleb's wife, Kat, has recently returned. Kat is Caleb's bridge to the aboriginal Koori community, which appears to be the target of a series of arsons. As Caleb learns more about the victim, he sees a link between her death and the troubles in his hometown. Caleb's second outing (following Resurrection Bay, 2018) establishes him as a sensitive protagonist in a harsh world. Hard-boiled crime fiction is thriving in Australia, and Viskic is one of the reasons why. Copyright 2018 Booklist Reviews.
Emma Viskic is an award-winning Australian crime writer. Her critically acclaimed debut novel, Resurrection Bay, won the 2016 Ned Kelly Award for Best Debut, as well as an unprecedented three Davitt Awards: Best Adult Novel, Best Debut, and Readers' Choice. It was also iBooks Australia's Crime Novel of the year in 2015. Emma studied Australian sign language (Auslan) in order to write the character of Caleb Zelic. She is currently writing the third Caleb Zelic thriller.
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