The Dragon Man

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Bitter Lemon Press, 2007 - Detective and mystery stories - 265 pages
Summer on the Mornington Peninsula near Melbourne. The heat's ramping up, the ususal holiday madness building. Detective Inspector Hal Challis is already recycling his shower water and starting to dread Christmas. But this year there's something more. Women abducted and murdered on the Old Highway. A pall of fear over the scorched paddocks. The media are demanding answers - and Challis's sleepy beat is set to explode.

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User Review  - DeltaQueen50 - LibraryThing

The Dragon Man by Australian author Garry Disher was a good, solid police procedural featuring Inspector Hal Challis and his investigative team who are tracking a number of crimes, among them a serial ... Read full review

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User Review  - Skybalon - LibraryThing

Nice minimalist mystery with fairly complex characters. Author to his credit doesn't attempt to wrap up anything other than the main mystery. Complicated characters have issues that all are not completely worked out by the end of the novel but that doesn't make it any less satisfying. Read full review

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