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[EPUB] ✹ Before It Breaks Author Dave Warner – Eiyo.us

Before It Breaks Winner Of The 2016 Australian Crime Writers Association Ned Kelly Award For Best Fiction.Detective Inspector Daniel Clement Is Back In Broome, The Tropical Town Where He Grew Up, Licking His Wounds From A Busted Marriage And Struggling To Be Impressed By His New Team Of Small Town, Inexperienced Cops But Stagnation And Lethargy Soon Give Way To A Case With Urgent Purpose On The Edge Of The Desert, A Man Is Found Dead In A Crocodile Infested Watering Hole And He Is Only The First The Connection Between The Victims Is Elusive, But Clement Must Pursue It As A Decades Old Mystery Begins To Unravel And A Monster Cyclone Brews On The Horizon.

[EPUB] ✹ Before It Breaks  Author Dave Warner – Eiyo.us
  • Paperback
  • 344 pages
  • Before It Breaks
  • Dave Warner
  • English
  • 02 November 2017
  • 192516117X

    10 thoughts on “[EPUB] ✹ Before It Breaks Author Dave Warner – Eiyo.us


  1. says:

    Sometimes the world is very kind to a dedicated fan of Australian Crime fiction, particularly when two new books from authors that we ve not heard from for a very long time arrive Peter Doyle and Dave Warner each played their part, many years ago, in engaging an interest in our own stories and voices.The release of BEFORE IT BREAKS caused excitement and slight trepidation Slight trepidation because Warner s earlier Andrew Lizard Zirk series Murder in the Groove, Murder in the Frame and Murd Sometimes the world is very kind to a dedicated fan of Australian Crime fiction, particularly when two new books from authors that we ve not heard from for a very long time arrive Peter Doyle and Dave Warner each played their part, many years ago, in engaging an interest in our own stories and voices.The release of BEFORE IT BREAKS caused excitement and slight trepidation Slight trepidation because Warner s earlier Andrew Lizard Zirk series Murder in the Groove, Murder in the Frame and Murder Off Season has always been a nostalgic favourite, as are Exxxpresso and City of Light Now having read it, this new book, the first since the early 2000 s, has to be the start of a new series, featuring Detective Daniel Clement, set in Broome, because it s well bloody near pitch perfect.Th...


  2. says:

    Clement is a beat down West Australian cop who has ended up in Broome, wifeless, childless and with a sick Mum Things go downhill for him from thereA serial killer has arrived in Broome and he starts with a small time local weed dealer, takes out a hard core bikie and then kidnaps a local resident with a colourful past Clement spends most of the novel clueless though Warner nicely helps us as the reader put the pieces together long before Clement does.There is another character in the boo Clement is a beat down West Australian cop who has ended up in Broome, wifeless, childless and with a sick Mum Things go downhill for him from thereA serial killer has arrived in Broome and he starts with a small time local weed dealer, takes out a hard core bikie and then kidnaps a local resident with a colourful past Clement spends most of the n...


  3. says:

    I won this book via Goodreads First Reads Giveaway I received a paperback copy.


  4. says:

    I enjoyed the setting of WA outback you could feel the heat and flies Similar feel as The Dry, small country town Broome where everyone knows each other and the protagonist returns home after training as a policeman ...


  5. says:

    It s a procedural police story lot s of procedures in the beginning as the police try to find a motive suspect lead There is a blindingly obvious clue at the murder scene which they ignore.There is a lot about Detective Dan, a brilliant homicide cop, who returns to Broome to follow his divorced wife so he can be close to his daughter The police are all nice characters.The murders are brutal, the depiction of Broome as an idyllic location is shattered, there is plenty of heat, flies, remotene It s a procedural police story lot s of procedures in the beginning as the police try to find a motive suspect lead There is a blindingly obvious clue at the murder scene which they ignore.There is a lot about Detective Dan, a brilliant homicide cop, who returns to Broome to follow his divorced wife so he can be close to his daughter The p...


  6. says:

    Always enjoy reading crime stories set in Australia, this one in outback Broome For the location, I was expecting a much stronger Aboriginal presence in the story, but refreshing to see other stories and angles.For once, the blurb on the back doesn t give away too much of the plot, so the resolution of the crime was satisfying Plenty of scope for a series featuring Detective Dan.The first few pages had a lot of very long paragraphs, which were quite hard to read for some reason maybe the com Always enjoy reading crime stories set in Australia, this one in outback Broome For the location, I was expecting a much stronger Aboriginal presence in the story...


  7. says:

    Brilliant


  8. says:

    How good it is to read stories set in Australia A well thought out and executed story The author offers some excellent incites into aging and relationships.An enjoyable way to spend a few hours reading the ending was a little predictable and locating the final body a little unbe...


  9. says:

    Warner Ripx Out A Good un.Well constructed murder mystery with good backgrounding and characterisations He writes well.Dave Warner has the happy knack of writing good, popular fiction.


  10. says:

    A great sense of place Broome in Western Australia enhanced by a fast paced plot that included abduction, murder and an impending cyclone.

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