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Smoke and Mirrors: A Brad Chen Novel 2

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WINNER OF THE NED KELLY AWARD FOR BEST FICTION 2009

Ace detective Brad Chen is lured back to work by the double murder of a Whitlam government minister and the editor of his political memoirs. Solving the crimes, while searching for a missing friend, Chen is plunged into the murky worlds of international espionage and organised crime. The body count rises as Chen uncovers the deadly secret behind the most momentous events in Australian political history.

Smoke and Mirrors is the second Brad Chen novel and provides readers with more of the intricate plotting, witty dialogue and eccentric characters from Kel Robertson's sensational debut, Dead Set.

Book Information

  • ISBN: 9781742620619
  • Format: eBook
  • Pub Date: 01/03/2010
  • Category: Fiction & related items / Crime & mystery
  • Imprint: Macmillan Australia
  • Price: $7.99

WINNER OF THE NED KELLY AWARD FOR BEST FICTION 2009

Ace detective Brad Chen is lured back to work by the double murder of a Whitlam government minister and the editor of his political memoirs. Solving the crimes, while searching for a missing friend, Chen is plunged into the murky worlds of international espionage and organised crime. The body count rises as Chen uncovers the deadly secret behind the most momentous events in Australian political history.

Smoke and Mirrors is the second Brad Chen novel and provides readers with more of the intricate plotting, witty dialogue and eccentric characters from Kel Robertson's sensational debut, Dead Set.

Awards

Winner for Ned Kelly Award Best First Fiction 2009Winner for Ned Kelly Award Best First Fiction 2009.

Author Information

Kel Robertson was born on the south coast of New South Wales in the mid-1950s. He lived in Sydney, Wagga Wagga and Cobar before attending high school in Bathurst in the early 1970s. He is a graduate of four Australian universities and has been a bored non-completer at a number of other tertiary institutions. He lives and works in Canberra, where his grandfather was a minister of religion in the 1930s.

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