When hordes of eighteen-year-old schoolies descend on the Mornington Peninsula to celebrate the last of their exams, the overstretched police of Waterloo expect reports of party drugs and underage drinkers. Maybe even drink-spiking and sexual assault. They don't count on a brutal bashing that attracts political attention. The victim is connected, and now Detective Inspector Hal Challis is facing interference from on high. Newly embarked on a relationship with his sergeant, Ellen Destry, Challis doesn't really need the brass looking over his shoulder. Then a bludgeoned corpse is found outside town, and it's clear something much darker than adolescent craziness is going down.
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Disher, Garry, 1949-
Blood moon / Garry Disher.
Melbourne : Text Publishing, 2010, c2009.
314 pages ; 20 cm.
"Ned Kelly award winner for best crime novel"--Cover.
Challis, Hal (Fictitious character)--Fiction.
Destry, Ellen (Fictitious character)--Fiction.
Police--Australia--Melbourne Region (Vic.)--Fiction.
Melbourne Region (Vic.)--Fiction.
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