13-Point Plan for a Perfect Murder

Point Plan for a Perfect Murder TASMANIA S rise and rise as a tourist destination makes the island an ideal location for the cashed up international polo set jetting in from Europe Buenos Aires Shanghai and LA for their late summ

  • Title: 13-Point Plan for a Perfect Murder
  • Author: DavidOwen
  • ISBN: 9780994561107
  • Page: 496
  • Format: None
  • TASMANIA S rise and rise as a tourist destination makes the island an ideal location for the cashed up international polo set, jetting in from Europe, Buenos Aires, Shanghai and LA for their late summer carnival and relaxathon in the world s latest clean green hotspot They play fiercely and party hard at the swish Polo Palace, built near beautiful beaches through the largTASMANIA S rise and rise as a tourist destination makes the island an ideal location for the cashed up international polo set, jetting in from Europe, Buenos Aires, Shanghai and LA for their late summer carnival and relaxathon in the world s latest clean green hotspot They play fiercely and party hard at the swish Polo Palace, built near beautiful beaches through the largesse of an island loving polo mad billionaire Bahraini businessman.So when this idyll is gruesomely interrupted by the murder of Sebastian Wicken, a dashing and wealthy Englishman famous for wielding his stick and ball Pufferfish, aka seasoned Detective Inspector Franz Heineken of the Tasmanian Police Force, is called to investigate.

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    1. Pufferfish is one of my all time favourite Australian Crime Fiction identities. He's taciturn, reticent and often recalcitrant. He's frequently obtuse, often slightly grumpy, addicted to strong espresso and liquorice all-sorts and finally, he's back. No matter how many of these books are written, it's always going to be way too long between visits with DI Franz Heineken, his offsiders Rafe and Faye and the brief glimpses of glorious Tasmanian locations.In order to get this series readers will ne [...]

    2. Synopsis/blurb…Tasmania's rise and rise as a tourist destination makes the island an ideal location for the cashed-up international polo set, jetting in from Europe, Buenos Aires, Shanghai and LA for their late summer carnival and relaxathon in the world's latest clean-green hotspot. They play fiercely and party hard at the swish Polo Palace, built near beautiful beaches through the largesse of an island-loving, polo-mad billionaire Bahraini businessman.So when this idyll is gruesomely interru [...]

    3. I had an enjoyable time with this book and I'll be recommending it to my friends. It is set in the town where I live and it is populated with characters that seemed oh so familiar. The dialogue was a particular treat.I'll be seeking out the other Pufferfish novels

    4. It has been great reading something with a local feel. Being in Tasmania, I did identify and recognise many of the settings of this novel. I know that may not been much of a big deal, especially with so many books being set in such iconic locations, but Tasmania does not get a lot of love in literacy, so it made for a refreshing change.However, there were also colloquial aspects of this book that would put many readers off too; I am sure that some Australian references to AFL (our code of footba [...]

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