Dust Off the Bones
By Paul Howarth
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A SUNDAY TIMES AND TIMES BOOK OF THE MONTH 'A gripping tale of adventure' Sunday Times, Book of the Month 'Howarth has been compared to Cormac McCarthy; this pair of books shows the comparison is deserved' The Times, Book of the Month '[An] accomplished depiction of a brutal and violent age' Observer __________ Death follows young Tommy McBride everywhere. Five years ago his family was murdered; soon after, he and his brother Billy witnessed the reprisal massacre of the Indigenous Kurrong people – and they haven't seen each other since. After an official enquiry is launched into the massacre, Billy is forced to set off in search of his long-lost brother. But the man with perhaps the most to hide, the chilling Inspector Noone, is on their trail as well... __________ 'Terrific... highly recommended' Adrian McKinty, author of The Chain 'Vivid, page-turning, unlike anything else you'll read this year' Gabriel Bergmoser, author of The Hunted 'Gripping... one of the most compelling villains in recent fiction' Chris Lloyd, author of The Unwanted Dead BY THE AUTHOR OF THE ACCLAIMED ONLY KILLERS AND THIEVES