‘In the centre lay a pool, filled with a foul brackish sludge. Half-a-dozen pipes emerged from the wall on the right side of the chamber. The pipes connected to big, rusted pumps—like the bilge pumps on a ship. More pipes emerged from the pumps and plunged into the brackish water … On several hooks hung rubber suits with hoods; others held black masks with glass visors and hoses attached to small metal canisters. A pair of rubber gauntlets hung on one of the hooks. He touched them, but they fell to pieces and flopped onto the tiles.’Jim is a police sergeant in the small bush town of Barnstaple in North Western Victoria. Jim has issues: his ex-partner has custody of their son, Grant; he shot a bank robber and can’t use a gun; he has a drinking problem … but that’s all set to change when Cocky Foster goes to investigate the old military facility he’s just bought at the back of his land…
It`s impossible to put the book down... The descriptions are amazing, the sense of humour great and the characters first class!
Hobbyards: By Duane Ratswander. I am pretty sure there would be a film company out there that would put this book into a movie.....am nearly finished it - highly recommended for 25 - 40 yr olds who like Stephen King and a touch of Wolf Creek.............not going to give anything else away!
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