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A powerful vel set in Gallipoli, that s part war-story and part mystery. 'Amid Gallipoli's slaughter he hunted a murderer ...' It is 1915 and Thomas Clare rues the day he and his best friend Sw went to war to solve the murder of his father. The only clues a hidden wartime document and the imprint of an army boot on the victim s face have led the pair from the safety of Queensland to the blood-soaked hills of Gallipoli. Now t only are Thomas s enemies on every side from the Turkish troops bearing down on the Anzac lines, to the cold-blooded killer in his own trench but as far away as London and Berlin. For, unbekwn to Thomas, the path to murder began thirteen years earlier in Africa with the execution of Breaker Morant - and a secret that could change the course of history ...
Steve Sailah is a former ABC foreign correspondent in New Delhi and Washington and the recipient of two prestigious Walkley Awards. He was a friend to several Gallipoli veterans, and returned to the battlefields with a number of them on the 75th anniversary of the first ANZAC landing. His ABC documentary, Stories from Gallipoli, was republished in April 2013.
Transworld Publishers (Division of Random House Australia)