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Zeus Publications, 2009 - Aboriginal Australians - 245 pages
A chilling drama set in the wilds of the Australian outback in the Queensland Gulf Country where five men come face-to-face with Dreamtime justice in the form of the legendary Kadachai Man. The five men, Athol Tarbuck, Darryl Horne, Bruce Gibson, Clem Falachi and James Ferguson are on a pig hunting safari with the ultimate aim of killing a giant boar known to be rampaging in the area. But what starts out as an all-boys-together fun holiday ┐ with political intrigue ┐ soon turns sour when four of the men rape and murder an Aboriginal girl, Niminja. Her tribe seeks revenge and summons Kadachai Man to administer the justice they know will not be forthcoming from the white man┐s law. For handsome Aboriginal barrister, Ben Rowan, and his white lover, journalist Christine Lockyer, the tribe┐s decision is a catalyst that brings the terror of the past 20th century as each of the four murderers find retribution administered by a taipan, a crocodile, the giant boar and by white man┐s own weapon ┐ a gun. From the national capital of Canberra, through Sydney, country NSW, the splendid Great Barrier Reef and the unforgiving Gulf, Kadachai Man follows a collision course between power, present and the past.

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