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In an empty land, there's a lot of space to hide a body In an empty land, there's a lot of space to hide a body ... Having survived a brutal childhood in Bindoon orphanage, a tour in Vietnam and a spiral into alcoholism, Syd Fielding is now a detective sergeant in Geraldton. But when two men from the same cargo ship are murdered, he is drawn into the murky world of drug trafficking through WA's mining towns. His investigation takes him alarmingly close to home and he is forced to realise that even the people he loves may not be what they seem ... Moody and atmospheric, this novel takes us across the vast expanse of Western Australia, against a canvas of red iron ore mines, green seas, bulk carriers, ports, brothels, drugs and gangland violence. 'a quintessentially Australian crime thriller' Courier-Mail 'Delivers' Daily telegraph 'Noel Mealey serves up lashings of death, mayhem, doubt, danger and humour and suspense in the rollicking Murder and Redemption. It's one hell of a ride' Weekend Gold Coast Bulletin 'vividly brings to life the vast expanse of Western Australia ... A complex, intriguing novel with a rich sense of place, this is a strong debut thriller' Canberra times
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About the Author
Noel Mealey has travelled extensively through rural Australia, working in the construction industry. He was inspired to write by his father, who spun his outback yarns under the stars on hot summer nights in central Queensland. Having retired from business, Noel now lives in Brisbane with his wife Therese.