Getting Warmer

Getting Warmer

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Cato Kwong is back. Back in Boom Town and back on a real case - the unsolved mystery of a missing fifteen-year-old girl.

But it's midsummer in the city of millionaires and it's not just the heat that stinks. A pig corpse, peppered with nails, is uncovered in a shallow grave and a body, with its throat cut, turns up in the local nightclub. As a series of blunders by Cato's colleague brings the squad under intense scrutiny, Cato's own sympathy for a suspect threatens to derail his case and his career
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Product details

  • Paperback | 352 pages
  • 153 x 230 x 23mm | 460g
  • North Fremantle, WA, Australia
  • English
  • 1922089206
  • 9781922089205
  • 607,504

About Alan Carter

Alan Carter was born in Sunderland, UK. He immigrated to Australia in 1991 and divides his time between the beach at Fremantle and life on a farm in New Zealand's South Island. He sometimes works as a television documentary director and in his spare time follows the black line up and down the local swimming pool. He is the author of four novels- in the Cato Kwong series, Prime Cut (winner of the Ned Kelly Award for Best First Fiction in 2010), Getting Warmer and Bad Seed, and a standalone, Marlborough Man, set in New Zealand.
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274 ratings
4.01 out of 5 stars
5 25% (69)
4 55% (150)
3 16% (45)
2 3% (8)
1 1% (2)

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Cato Kwong is back. Back in Boom Town and back on a real case – the unsolved mystery of a missing fifteen-year-old girl. But it’s midsummer in the city of millionaires and it’s not just the heat that stinks. A pig corpse, peppered with nails, is uncovered in a shallow grave and a body, with its throat cut, turns up in the local nightclub. As a series of blunders by Cato’s colleague brings the squad under intense scrutiny, Cato’s own sympathy for a suspect threatens to derail his case and his career.show more
by ALAN CARTER
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