The Tower

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Allen & Unwin, 2009 - Crime - 455 pages
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It's going to be the biggest skyscraper in the world. One rainy night a young woman falls from an unfinished upper storey, landing on a police car. Detectives Jon McIver and Nicholas Troy think it will be a pretty simple investigation, but all is not what it seems. A gripping, fast-paced debut crime novel.

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The Tower

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Michael Duffy wastes no time cutting to the chase in this taut thriller, which opens with a two-paragraph prologue depicting the body of a woman falling from a huge, half-constructed tower in Sydney ... Read full review

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Michael Duffy has been writing about Sydney for many years as a journalist. Michael writes about trials and crime for the

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