Chain of Evidence by Garry Disher

By Garry Disher

“Delightful. . . . purchase IT.”—New York journal “Engrossing.”—Kirkus experiences (starred) “Moody, artistic, and very demanding to place down.”—Booklist (starred) “The tale is stuffed with unforeseen twists and fabulous clues.”—Library magazine (starred) Hal Challis’ sister summons him again to the small city the place he grew up; his father is loss of life. whereas Challis’ prior comes again to hang-out him, Ellen Destry is left to discover a serial pedophile earlier than he moves back. Garry Disher is the writer of over 40 books for adults and kids. Chain of proof received the 2007 Ned Kelly Prize for top Australian Crime Novel.

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Made a couple of calls. Who did you call? My mum, said Donna. She lives up in Frankston. You thought Katie was there? Why? Pedder exchanged a glance with Donna. Look, he said, she sometimes runs away, all right? Ah. She always comes back. She runs away from you? Ellen demanded. No, said Pedder stiffly. We usually track her down to me mums or another of her friends, but this time no ones seen her, said Donna, tearing up swiftly and dabbing her eyes with a damp, crumpled tissue. There was a box of them beside her, a cheap, yellow, no-name brand from the supermarket.

She tried to picture it. She saw toast, coffee and a newspaper. Curiously, she didnt see a woman. There had been women, but he sat alone, and she was thinking about that when the phone rang. It was Scobie Sutton, one of the detective constables under her command. Ellen? Weve got a missing child. Ellen wanted to say, So? Kids went missing every day. It was a job for uniform, not CIU. Instead she said, How bad is it? Katie Blasko, ten years old, missing since yesterday. Yesterday? When were we notified?

Pete was overcome. When she got into a fluster with the helmet, her backpack and a small electronic toy she had hanging from a strap around her neck, he itched to help her get untangled. Would you like a drink? he said, when she was buckled into the seatbelt and bike, bag and helmet were on board. Theyd both forgotten the toy, which lay on the grassy verge alongside a crooked brick fence. Lemonade, he explained, shaking an old sports drink bottle. Do you like lemonade? She took the bottle. He watched the motions of her throat.

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