Bolinda Press, Australian Large Print Audio & Video, 1999 - Fiction - 313 pages
Ligny's Lake, a thriller that weirdly echoes the disappearance of Prime Minister Harold Holt. A dead man alive at Melbournes Festival Hall...a merino-shaped lake...a stolen copy of Thoreaus Walden...ASIO's wall of silence... Sandy Carmichael can pick up the pieces, but to fit the jigsaw together, he needs to risk his life.
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don't worry -- no spoilers here! Ligny's Lake is written by an Australian author and set in Australia. It is a "bibliomystery," probably my favorite form within the mystery genre. Originally written ... Read full review