Dead Wool

Australian Self Publishing Group
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 WHAT REALLY HAPPENED TO THEO PEARCE?

Theo Pearce went missing over twenty years go. The 

Aboriginal teenager vanished off a country road in the heartland of Australia’s Western District.

Ewan Boyd returns to his hometown for a school reunion. There he reconnects with a boyhood friend, Freddie Stokie, Theo’s uncle. Ewan is Freddie’s last hope and he threatens to unearth a shared secret if Ewan doesn’t comply with his demand to find out what happened to Theo.

Ewan’s investigation into people who have “gone missing” in the sheep growing country of southwestern Victoria reveals a hidden world of established, but waning, political power. As Ewan learns more from his past, he puts at risk ….

The author, John Henry, uses personal insights, gleaned from growing up in a small county town “out west”, to confer an unsettling authenticity to his characters.


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Australian Self Publishing Group
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Published on
Jul 31, 2018
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Pages
210
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ISBN
9780648245230
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Language
English
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Genres
Fiction / Thrillers / Suspense
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