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The broken shore

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Shaken by a scrape with death, big-city detective Joe Cashin is posted away from the Homicide Squad to a quiet town on the South Australian coast where he grew up. Carrying physical scars and not a little guilt, he spends his time playing the country cop, walking his dogs, and thinking about how it all was before. When a prominent local is attacked and left for dead in his own home, Cashin is thrust into a murder investigation. The evidence points to three boys from the nearby Aboriginal community; whom everyone wants to blame. But Cashin is unconvinced, and soon begins to see the outlines of something far more terrible than a simple robbery gone wrong.

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Arcade Free Library LARGE PRINT MYS TEMPL (Text)
Large Print Mysteries
52112100148360
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LDR 02176nam a2200313Ia 4500
001303351
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00520070914101435.0
008070912t20072005nyu 000 1 eng
020 . ‡a9780786297948 (lg. print)
020 . ‡a0786297948 (lg. print)
035 . ‡a(OCoLC)ocn170972954
1001 . ‡aTemple, Peter, ‡d1946-
24514. ‡aThe broken shore / ‡cPeter Temple.
250 . ‡aLarge Print ed.
260 . ‡aDetroit : ‡bthomson/Gale, ‡c2007, c2005..
300 . ‡a569 p. (large print) ; ‡c24 cm.
520 . ‡aShaken by a scrape with death, big-city detective Joe Cashin is posted away from the Homicide Squad to a quiet town on the South Australian coast where he grew up. Carrying physical scars and not a little guilt, he spends his time playing the country cop, walking his dogs, and thinking about how it all was before. When a prominent local is attacked and left for dead in his own home, Cashin is thrust into a murder investigation. The evidence points to three boys from the nearby Aboriginal community; whom everyone wants to blame. But Cashin is unconvinced, and soon begins to see the outlines of something far more terrible than a simple robbery gone wrong.
650 0. ‡aMurder ‡zAustralia ‡vFiction.
650 0. ‡aRace discrimination ‡vFiction.
650 0. ‡aAboriginal Australians ‡vFiction.
651 0. ‡aAustralia ‡vFiction.
650 0. ‡aLarge type books.
596 . ‡a2 10 21 30 38
998 . ‡aa650030
901 . ‡ao170972954 ‡bOCLC ‡c303351 ‡tbiblio

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